Review 19: An Online Review of New Books on English and American Literature of the 19th Century
 

New Reviews
 
Sari Edelstein
BETWEEN THE NOVEL AND THE NEWS: THE EMERGENCE OF AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITING
(Virginia, 2014) xi + 226 pp.
Reviewed by Doug Underwood on 2016-01-12.

In this intriguing and thought-provoking book, Sara Edelstein considers how sentimental...
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Sarah Houghton-Walker
REPRESENTATIONS OF THE GYPSY IN THE ROMANTIC PERIOD
(Oxford, 2014) 304 pp.
Reviewed by Nikolina Ivantcheva Dobreva on 2016-01-12.

Gypsy representation in literature is rarely studied in much detail, and only...
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Deidre Shauna Lynch
LOVING LITERATURE: A CULTURAL HISTORY
(Chicago, 2015) 352 pp.
Reviewed by Brian McGrath on 2016-01-12.

Recent decades have witnessed a range of scholarly studies that have helped...
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Aaron Worth
IMPERIAL MEDIA: COLONIAL NETWORKS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BRITISH LITERARY IMAGINATION, 1857–1918
(Ohio State, 2014) 146 pp.
Reviewed by Laurence Davies on 2016-01-12.

Tired of waiting for orders from the Escorial, Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de...
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R.F. Foster
VIVID FACES: THE REVOLUTIONARY GENERATION IN IRELAND, 1890-1923
(Norton, 2015) 480 pp.
Reviewed by George Bornstein on 2016-01-12.

This new history of roughly three decades opens with the fall and death of the Irish...
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