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Robin Hammerman, ed.
FRANKENSTEIN AND STEAM: ESSAYS FOR CHARLES E. ROBINSON
(Delaware, 2022), 148 pp.
Reviewed by Andrew Lacey on 2023-01-28
Romantic Novel and Technology
This is a fine memorial volume of seven wide-ranging essays dedicated to Charles E.
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Jennie Batchelor
THE LADY'S MAGAZINE (1770-1832) AND THE MAKING OF LITERARY HISTORY
(Edinburgh, 2022) xi + 304
Reviewed by Jock Macleod on 2023-01-21
Victorian Periodical
There is much to like about this study of a largely neglected women's magazine that straddled the turn of the nineteenth century.
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Bernard Beatty
READING BYRON: POEMS - LIFE - POLITICS
(Liverpool, 2022) xvi + 266 pp.
Reviewed by Madeleine Callaghan on 2022-12-30
Romantic Poetry
Bernard Beatty wants us to read Byron's work.
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George Boziwick
EMILY DICKINSON'S MUSIC BOOK AND THE MUSICAL LIFE OF AN AMERICAN POET
(UMass, 2022) xv + 247 pp.
Reviewed by Samantha Landau on 2022-11-20
Victorian Poetry
This book gives Emily Dickinson's musicianship its most in-depth examination to date.
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Jeffrey N. Cox
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, SECOND-GENERATION ROMANTIC: CONTESTING POETRY AFTER WATERLOO
(Cambridge, 2021) xiv + 272
Reviewed by Robin Jarvis on 2022-10-31
Romantic Poetry
More than once in his new monograph, Jeffrey Cox reflects on the way in which he was taught Wordsworth -- a narrowly defined Wordsworth of the "Great Decade" -- "an age ago" (158).
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Ve-Yin Tee
ROMANTIC ENVIRONMENTAL SENSIBILITY: NATURE, CLASS AND EMPIRE
(Edinburgh University Press, 2022) xiv + 296 pp.
Reviewed by Seth T. Reno on 2022-10-31
Romantic Ecocriticism
Modern environmentalism begins in the Romantic period.
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