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

 
Wendy Jones
JANE ON THE BRAIN: EXPLORING THE SCIENCE OF SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE WITH JANE AUSTEN
(Norton, 2018) xix + 336 pp.
Reviewed by Valerie Linda Wainwright on 2018-07-28.

In the introduction to this lively book, Wendy Jones writes that, "Austen's characters...
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Tom Mole
WHAT THE VICTORIANS MADE OF THE ROMANTICS: MATERIAL ARTIFACTS, CULTURAL PRACTICES, AND RECEPTION HISTORY
(Princeton, 2017) xii + 317pp.
Reviewed by Christopher Donaldson on 2018-06-01.

Ten years ago, Maureen McLane...
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ROBERT L. PATTEN
CHARLES DICKENS AND HIS PUBLISHERS, SECOND EDITION
(Oxford, 2017) xxiv + 441 pp.
Reviewed by Sean Grass on 2018-05-30.

When the first edition of this book appeared from Oxford University Press in 1978, it...
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Sheila Cordner
EDUCATION IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE: EXCLUSION AS INNOVATION
(Routledge, 2016) 162 + x pp.
Reviewed by Fang Li on 2018-05-05.

This is a text marbled with other texts. Some--such as the novels of Austen, Hardy, Gissing...
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Simon Grennan and Laurence Grove, eds.
TRANSFORMING ANTHONY TROLLOPE: DISPOSSESSION, VICTORIANISM AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY WORD AND IMAGE
(Leuven/Cornell, 2015)
Reviewed by Michelle Keown on 2018-04-20.

This collection of essays is designed, inter alia, as a critical companion...
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