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

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Susan Keen
THOMAS HARDY'S BRAINS: PSYCHOLOGY, NEUROLOGY, AND HARDY'S IMAGINATION
(Ohio State, 2014) 264 pp.
Reviewed by Richard Sylvia on 2015-05-22.

It should surprise no one that Hardy was a serious student of psychology. His notebooks,...
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Neil Hultgren
MELODRAMATIC IMPERIAL WRITING FROM THE SEPOY REBELLION TO CECIL RHODES
(Ohio, 2014) xi + 259 pp.
Reviewed by Aaron Worth on 2015-05-21.

If, as has been claimed, Aeschylus' Persæ deserves to be classed with...
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Sallie Ketcham
LAURA INGALLS WILDER: AMERICAN WRITER ON THE PRAIRIE
(Routledge, 2015) 170 pp.
Reviewed by Anita Clair Fellman on 2015-05-21.

Almost sixty years after her death, Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957), author of the...
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Adam Roberts
Landor's Cleanness
(Oxford, 2014) 208 pp.
Reviewed by David Chandler on 2015-05-21.

Between 1927 and 1936, Chapman and Hall of London brought out the sixteen volumes...
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Paula Fermanis and John Regan, eds.
RETHINKING BRITISH ROMANTIC HISTORY, 1770-1845
(Oxford, 2014) 352 pp.
Reviewed by April London on 2015-05-04.

This collection greatly expands our understanding of history writing in the Romantic...
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