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

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Martin Dubois
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS AND THE POETRY OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
(Cambridge, 2017) xi + 224 pp.
Reviewed by Summer J. Star on 2018-03-19.

Diverse, Generous, Flexible, Contingent. After reading this book, I believe these words best express both the version...
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James Diedrick
MATHILDE BLIND: LATE-VICTORIAN CULTURE AND THE WOMAN OF LETTERS
(Virginia, 2017) xix + 313pp.
Reviewed by Susan David Bernstein on 2018-03-19.

With the first critical biography of Mathilde Blind, James Diedrick makes a thoroughly forceful case for the writer's importance...
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Jason Rudy
IMAGINED HOMELANDS: BRITISH POETRY IN THE COLONIES
(Johns Hopkins, 2017) xii + 247 pp.
Reviewed by David Latané on 2018-03-06.

The subtitle of Jason Rudy's instructive and astute new book matters. It is not Poetry in the British Colonies but...
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Jonathan Farina
EVERYDAY WORDS AND THE CHARACTER OF PROSE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN
(Cambridge, 2017) xxi + 214
Reviewed by Barbara Black on 2018-02-16.

Jonathan Farina's new book is true to its title. Brimming, even bursting, with everyday words, his study aims to make...
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J. Michelle Coghlan
SENSATIONAL INTERNATIONALISM: THE PARIS COMMUNE AND THE REMAPPING OF AMERICAN MEMORY IN THE LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY
(Edinburgh University Press, 2016) xi + 228 pp.
Reviewed by Dean de la Motte on 2018-01-22.

Ambition can yield greatness and, on occasion,...
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