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

 
Philip E. Smith, ed.
OSCAR WILDE'S HISTORICAL CRITICISM NOTEBOOK
(Oxford, 26 November 2016) 200 pp.
Reviewed by Peter Womack on 2017-07-06.

Publishing this book is an odd thing for Oxford University Press to have done....
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Elizabeth K. Helsinger
POETRY AND THE THOUGHT OF SONG IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN
(Virginia, 2015) 256 pp.
Reviewed by Michael Allis on 2017-07-05.

This is a fascinating book. In focusing upon the significance of song for a range...
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Jill Bergman, ed.
CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN AND A WOMAN'S PLACE IN AMERICA
(Alabama, 2017) ix + 228 pp.
Reviewed by Cynthia J. Davis on 2017-07-02.

When Charlotte Perkins Gilman died in 1935, all of the many books of this once-influential...
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Lauren Goodlad
THE VICTORIAN GEOPOLITICAL AESTHETIC: REALISM, SOVEREIGNTY, AND TRANSNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
(Oxford, 2015) 320 pp.
Reviewed by Nasser Mufti on 2017-07-01.
Editor’s Note: This book is reviewed with Nathan Hensley's FORMS...
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Nathan Hensley
FORMS OF EMPIRE: THE POETICS OF VICTORIAN SOVEREIGNTY
(Oxford 2016) 320 pp.
Reviewed by Nasser Mufti on 2017-07-01.
This book is reviewed with Lauren Goodlad, The Victorian Geopolitical Aesthetic.
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