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

 
Robert D. Aguirre
MOBILITY & MODERNITY: PANAMA IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY ANGLO-AMERICAN IMAGINATION
(Ohio State, 2017) x + 205 pp.
Reviewed by Luz Elena Ramirez on 2017-12-07.

Mosquito Coast or tropical paradise? With the introduction of transportation technologies...
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Andrew Burkett
ROMANTIC MEDIATIONS MEDIA THEORY AND BRITISH ROMANTICISM
(SUNY, 2016) 212 pp.
Reviewed by Randall Sessler on 2017-12-06.

British Romanticism and media studies have shared a unique relationship in the history...
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Lucy Hartley
DEMOCRATISING BEAUTY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: ART AND THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC LIFE
(Cambridge, 2017) xii + 296
Reviewed by Elizabeth Helsinger on 2017-12-06.

Lucy Hartley's new book is both bravely committed to an admirable project and at times...
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Michael Bradshaw, ed.
DISABLING ROMANTICISM
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) xv + 215 pp.
Reviewed by on 2017-10-27.

This book is one of the first texts in Palgrave Macmillan's new series in literary disability...
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Jan Golinski
THE EXPERIMENTAL SELF: HUMPRHEY DAVY AND THE MAKING OF A MAN OF SCIENCE
(Chicago, 2016) 256 pp.
Reviewed by Jon Klancher on 2017-10-17.

In recent years, Humphry Davy (1778-1829) has become as interesting to literary studies...
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