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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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Misty Kruger, ed.
TRANSATLANTIC WOMEN TRAVELERS 1688 -- 1843
(Bucknell, 2021) 234 pp.
Reviewed by Valentina Aparicio on 2022-10-31
Transatlantic Writing
This thought-provoking collection of essays analyzes a range of portrayals of transatlantic women travelers in the long eighteenth century.
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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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Anahid Nersessian
KEATS'S ODES: A LOVER'S DISCOURSE
(University of Chicago Press, 2021) xii + 136 pp.
Reviewed by Brian Rejack on 2022-10-09
Romantic Poetry
"In short I love you," one of the earliest of Keats's many lovelorn fans once wrote him.
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Stephanie O'Rourke
ART, SCIENCE, AND THE BODY IN EARLY ROMANTICISM
(Cambridge, 2021) 205 pp.
Reviewed by Andrei Pop on 2022-09-30
Art and Science
The bearing of science on Romantic art and literature has not always drawn the attention that it receives in this accomplished study.
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