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Amanda Jo Goldstein
SWEET SCIENCE: ROMANTIC MATERIALISM AND THE NEW LOGICS OF LIFE
(Chicago, 2017) 330 + viii pp.
Reviewed by Devin Griffiths on 2020-08-08
EDITOR'S NOTE: This book is jointly reviewed with Philipp Erchinger, ARTFUL EXPERIMENTS: WAYS OF KNOWING IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND SCIENCE (Edinburgh, 2018) 210 + x pp.
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Philipp Erchinger
ARTFUL EXPERIMENTS: WAYS OF KNOWING IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND SCIENCE
(Edinburgh, 2018) 210 + x pp.
Reviewed by Devin Griffiths on 2020-08-08
EDITOR'S NOTE: This book is jointly reviewed with Amanda Jo Goldstein, SWEET SCIENCE: ROMANTIC MATERIALISM AND THE NEW LOGICS OF LIFE (Chicago, 2017) 330 + viii pp.
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Crystal B. Lake
ARTIFACTS: HOW WE THINK AND WRITE ABOUT FOUND OBJECTS
(Johns Hopkins, 2020) ix +261 pp.
Reviewed by Jessica Roberson on 2020-08-04
Material Culture
Crystal B.
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Hrileena Ghosh
JOHN KEATS' MEDICAL NOTEBOOK: TEXT, CONTEXTS, AND POEMS
(Liverpool, 2020) xiv + 303 pp.
Reviewed by James Robert Allard on 2020-07-29
The sole remaining medical Notebook from Keats's time at Guy's Hospital (from October 1815 to March 1817) is familiar to many of us in Keats Studies, but it's not a text with which we often do anything.
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Jonathan Bate
RADICAL WORDSWORTH. THE POET WHO CHANGED THE WORLD.
(Yale, 2020) xxii + 586 pp.
Reviewed by Kenneth R. Johnston on 2020-07-20
Romantic Poetry
This book appears just in time for the 250th anniversary year of Wordsworth's birth (1770).
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Leanne Grech
OSCAR WILDE’S AESTHETIC EDUCATION: THE OXFORD CLASSICAL CURRICULUM
(Palgrave, 2019), xi + 273 pp.
Reviewed by Kimberly J. Stern on 2020-07-20
Leanne Grech proposes that Wilde's studies at Oxford launched his "conceptualization of aestheticism as an alternative style of education" (2).
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