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

New Reviews
 
Joseph Bristow and Rebecca N. Mitchell
OSCAR WILDE'S CHATTERTON: LITERARY HISTORY, ROMANTICISM, AND THE ART OF FORGERY
(Yale, 2015) xii + 470 pp.
Reviewed by Philip E. Smith II on 2017-05-20.

The idea of the Romantic poet's hallmark as genius -- the idiosyncratic, imaginative,...
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Peter Gay
WHY THE ROMANTICS MATTER
(Yale, 2015) xvi + 141pp.
Reviewed by Lisa M. Steinman on 2017-04-24.

This book could have begun with a variant of my favorite opening line--from Steven Shapin's...
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Jakub Lipski and Jacek Mydla, eds.
THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORDS, SOUNDS, AND IMAGES: ANNIVERSARY ESSAYS ON ANN RADCLIFFE (1764-1823)
(Academica Press, 2015) xxi + 250pp.
Reviewed by Deborah D. Rogers on 2017-04-09.

Ann Radcliffe...
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Devin Griffiths
THE AGE OF ANALOGY: SCIENCE AND LITERATURE BETWEEN THE DARWINS
(Johns Hopkins, 2016) x + 339 pp.
Reviewed by Tina Young Choi on 2017-04-09.

In a...
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Elisha Cohn
STILL LIFE: SUSPENDED DEVELOPMENT IN THE VICTORIAN NOVEL
(Oxford, 2016) ix + 260 pp.
Reviewed by Debra Gettelman on 2017-04-09.

Do Victorian...
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