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

 
Beth Lau, ed.
JANE AUSTEN AND SCIENCES OF THE MIND
(Routledge, 2018) 237 pp.
Reviewed by Alan Palmer on 2019-01-20.

Does the world need another book review that starts with the question, "Does the world...
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James Rovira, ed.
ROCK AND ROMANTICISM: BLAKE, WORDSWORTH, AND ROCK FROM DYLAN TO U2
(Macmillan 2018) 302 pp.
Reviewed by Rebecca Nesvet on 2019-01-19.

[Editor's note: This book is jointly reviewed with James Rovira, ed. ROCK AND ROMANTICISM:...
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James Rovira, ed.
ROCK AND ROMANTICISM: POST-PUNK, GOTH, AND METAL AS DARK ROMANTICISMS
(Lexington 2018) xxiv + 174 pp.
Reviewed by Rebecca Nesvet on 2019-01-19.
[Editor's note: This book is jointly reviewed with James Rovira, ed. ROCK AND ROMANTICISM: BLAKE, WORDSWORTH, AND ROCK FROM DYLAN TO U2 (Macmillan 2018) 302 pp. ]
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Koenraad Claes
THE LATE-VICTORIAN LITTLE MAGAZINE
(Edinburgh, 2018) viii + 289 pp.
Reviewed by Lisa Rodensky on 2019-01-08.

Koenraad Claes's excellent work of periodical history begins and ends with the "Total Work...
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Megan Ward
SEEMING HUMAN: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND VICTORIAN REALIST CHARACTER
(Ohio State, 2018) 216 pp.
Reviewed by Kristen Pond on 2018-12-07.

What if humans are more like machines than we are willing to admit? This is the most basic...
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