Review 19: Index by Topic American Literature
 

Index - American Literature

AESTHETIC MATERIALISM: ELECTRICITY AND AMERICAN ROMANTICISM (Stanford, 2009)
by Paul Gilmore; To be reviewed by Eric Wilson.

AMERICAN LITERATURE IN CONTEXT FROM 1865 TO 1929 (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011) xv+147 pp.
by Philip R. Yannella; Reviewed by Antje Kley.

THE ANNOTATED EMERSON (Harvard, February 2012) 576 pp.
by David Mikics, ed.; To be reviewed by .

BE ALWAYS CONVERTING, BE ALWAYS CONVERTED: AN AMERICAN POETICS (Harvard, 2009) 325 pp.
by Rob Wilson; Reviewed by Elvi Whittaker.

BOHEMIA IN AMERICA, 1858-1920 (Stanford, 2009).
by Joanna Levin; To be reviewed by .

BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW: A NOVEL , edited by Carolyn Karcher (Duke, 2009)
by Albion W. Tourgée; To be reviewed by Jeannine DeLombard.

THE BUSINESS OF LITERARY CIRCLES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA (Palgrave Macmillan) vi + 296 pp.
by David Dowling; Reviewed by Paul Erickson.

THE BUSINESS OF REFLECTION: HAWTHORNE IN HIS NOTEBOOKS (Ohio State, 2009) x + 268 pp.
by Robert Milder and Randall Fuller, eds.; Reviewed by Laura Dassow Walls.

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN'S LITERATURE (Cambridge, 2012) xvi + 696 pp.
by Dale Bauer, ed.; Reviewed by .

THE COLLECTED WORKS, VOLUME VIII, LETTERS AND SOCIAL AIMS (Harvard, Fall 2009)
by Ralph Waldo Emerson; To be reviewed by Laura Walls.

A COMPANION TO THE AMERICAN NOVEL (Blackwell, 2012) lxx + 633 pp.
by ALFRED BENDIXEN, ed.; Reviewed by Brian Yothers.

COMPLETE LETTERS, 1872-1876, Ed. PIERRE WALKER & GREG W. ZACHARIAS (Nebraska, 2011) 328 pp.
by Henry James; To be reviewed by Matthew Badura.

DISTANCING ENGLISH: A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE INEXPRESSIBLE (Ohio State, 2009) i-viii + 178 pp.
by Page Richards; Reviewed by Gavin Jones.

DIVE DEEPER: JOURNEYS WITH MOBY-DICK (Oxford, August 2012)
by George Cotkin ; To be reviewed by .

DOWNWARDLY MOBILE: THE CHANGING FORTUNES OF AMERICAN REALISM (Oxford, April 2012)
by Andrew Lawson; To be reviewed by .

DYING MODERN: A MEDITATION ON ELEGY (Duke, March 2013)
by Diana Fuss; To be reviewed by Melissa Zeiger.

EARLY MODERN POETICS IN MELVILLE AND POE: MEMORY, MELANCHOLY, AND THE EMBLEMATIC TRADITION (Ashgate, 2012) ix + 191 pp.
by William E. Engel; Reviewed by Brian Yothers.

EDGAR ALLAN POE AND THE DUPIN MYSTERIES (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) i-x + 262 pp.
by Richard Kopley; Reviewed by Louis Renza.

EDITING EMILY DICKINSON: THE PRODUCTION OF AN AUTHOR (Routledge, 2013), 200 pp.
by Lena Christensen; Reviewed by Sally Bushell.

EMILY DICKINSON'S RICH CONVERSATION: POETRY, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) xii + 272 pp.
by Richard E. Brantley; Reviewed by Eric G. Wilson.

EXPERIENCE AND EXPERIMENTAL WRITING: LITERARY PRAGMATISM FROM EMERSON TO THE JAMESES (Oxford, 2013) x + 176 pp.
by Paul Grimstad; Reviewed by James Albrecht.

THE FEMINISM OF CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN: SEXUALITIES, HISTORIES, PROGRESSIVISM (Chicago, 2009) 467pp.
by Judith A. Allen; Reviewed by Cynthia J. Davis.

GEOGRAPHY AND THE PRODUCTION OF SPACE IN NINETEENTH- CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE (Cambridge, 2010) xii + 257 pp.
by Hsuan L. Hsu; Reviewed by Patrick Vincent.

GLOBAL DAWN: THE CULTURAL FOUNDATION OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONALISM, 1865-1890 (Harvard, 2009)
by Frank Ninkovich; To be reviewed by Stephen Shapiro.

GLOBAL DAWN: THE CULTURAL FOUNDATION OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONALISM, 1865-1890 (Harvard, 2009) 418pp.
by Frank Ninkovich; Reviewed by Stephen Shapiro.

THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE CLASSICS IN AMERICA: GREECE, ROME, AND THE ANTEBELLUM UNITED STATES (Harvard, 2009) xiii + 258 pp.
by Carl J. Richard; Reviewed by James Tatum.

GRIEF AND GENRE IN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1790-1870 (Ashgate, 2011) ix + 189 pp.
by Desiree Henderson; Reviewed by Russ Castronovo.

HAWTHORNE, SCULPTURE, AND THE QUESTION OF AMERICAN ART (Ashgate, 2011) xii + 281 pp.
by Deanna Fernie; Reviewed by Yvette Piggush.

HENRY JAMES, IMPRESSIONISM, AND THE PUBLIC (Ashgate, 2013) xiii + 215 pp.
by Daniel Hannah; Reviewed by Sonja Froiland Lynch.

A HISTORICAL GUIDE TO HENRY JAMES (Oxford, January 2012)
by John Rowe, Carlos Rowe and Eric Haralson, eds.; To be reviewed by .

THE HISTORICAL NOVEL IN EUROPE, 1650-1950 (Cambridge, 2009)
by Richard Maxwell; To be reviewed by Harry Shaw.

IMAGINING DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY IN THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC (Chicago, 2011) x + 278pp.
by Sandra M. Gustafson; Reviewed by Brian Reed.

IMAGINING EQUALITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE (Cambridge 2009) viii + 212 pp
by Kerry Larson; Reviewed by Andrea Stone.

IN THE SHADOW OF DU BOIS: AFRO-MODERN POLITICAL THOUGHT IN AMERICA (Harvard University Press, Fall 2009)
by Robert Gooding-Williams; To be reviewed by Martin Favor.

INDUSTRY AND THE CREATIVE MIND: THE ECCENTRIC WRITER IN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ENTERTAINMENT, 1790-1860 (Michigan, June 2012) 328 pp.
by Sandra Tomc; Reviewed by Nicholas J. Knopf.

INTERIOR STATES: INSTITUTIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE INNER LIFE OF DEMOCRACY IN THE ANTEBELLUM UNITED STATES (Duke, 2009) x + 368 pp.
by Christopher Castiglia; Reviewed by Jeannine DeLombard.

JOURNALISM AND THE NOVEL: TRUTH AND FICTION, 1700-2000 (Cambridge, 2009) viii + 269 pp.
by Doug Underwood; Reviewed by Jack Vespa.

LANGUAGE AND THE RENEWAL OF SOCIETY IN WALT WHITMAN, LAURA (RIDING) JACKSON, AND CHARLES OLSON: THE AMERICAN CRATYLUS (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xx + 219pp.
by Carla Billitteri; Reviewed by Brian Reed.

LANGUAGE, GENDER, AND CITIZENSHIP IN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1789-1919 Studies in American Popular History and Culture (Routledge, May 15) 262 pp.
by Amy Dunham Strand; To be reviewed by .

LAW AND LITERATURE 3rd edition (Harvard, 2009)
by Richard A. Posner; Reviewed by Robert F. Barsky.

LICENTIOUS GOTHAM: EROTIC PUBLISHING AND ITS PROSECUTION IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NEW YORK (Harvard, 2009) vii + 386 pp., 24 Illustrations
by Donna Dennis; Reviewed by Paul J. Erickson.

LITERATURE AND JOURNALISM IN ANTEBELLUM AMERICA: THOREAU, STOWE, AND THEIR CONTEMPORARIES RESPOND TO THE RISE OF THE COMMERCIAL PRESS (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) x + 203 pp.
by Mark Canada; Reviewed by Todd Nathan Thompson.

LOUIS H. SULLIVAN AND A 19TH-CENTURY POETICS OF NATURALIZED ARCHITECTURE (Ashgate, May 2009)
by Lauren S. Weingarden; To be reviewed by Robert Twombly.

Melville and Aesthetics (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) viii + 263 pp.
by Geoffrey Sanborn and Samuel Otter, eds.; Reviewed by John Wenke.

A NEW HISTORY OF THE SERMON: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Brill, 2010) xiv + 554 pp.
by Robert H. Ellison, ed.; Reviewed by Margaret Markwick.

NEW YORK-PARIS: WHITMAN, BAUDELAIRE, AND THE HYBRID CITY (Michigan, 2012), 146 pp.
by Laure Katsaros; Reviewed by .

NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH TRAVELERS IN THE NEW WORLD (Ashgate, 2013) x + 319 pp.
by Christine DeVine, ed.; Reviewed by Frank Christianson.

ON LEAVING: A READING IN EMERSON (Harvard, 2010) xi + 380 pp.
by Branka Arsic; Reviewed by Patrick Fessenbecker.

OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN CHILDREN'S POETRY (Johns Hopkins, 2014) xxi+ 564 pp.
by Karen L. Kilcup and Angela Sorby, eds.; Reviewed by Julia Mickenberg.

THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE (Oxford, 2012) 443 pp.
by RUSS CASTRONOVO, ed.; Reviewed by Randall Fuller.

PERSEPHONE RISES, 1860-1927: MYTHOGRAPHY, GENDER, AND THE CREATION OF A NEW SPIRITUALITY (Ashgate, 2009) xvi + 171 pp.
by Margot K. Louis; Reviewed by Andrew Radford.

PIONEER PERFORMANCES: STAGING THE FRONTIER (Oxford, 2012) x + 207 pp.
by Matthew Rebhorn; Reviewed by Jefferson D. Slagle.

POE, "THE HOUSE OF USHER," AND THE AMERICAN GOTHIC (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Dennis Perry and Carl Sederholm; To be reviewed by Jerrold Hogle.

THE POETICS AND POLITICS OF THE AMERICAN GOTHIC-GENDER AND SLAVERY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE (Ashgate, 2010), ix + 163pp.
by Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet; Reviewed by Christina Zwarg.

PREACHING AND THE RISE OF THE AMERICAN NOVEL (Ohio State, 2013) ix + 293 pp.
by Dawn Coleman; Reviewed by Robert Ellison.

QUEEQUEG'S COFFIN: INDIGENOUS LITERACIES AND EARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE (Duke, 2012)
by Birgit Brander Rasmussen; To be reviewed by .

QUEER ENVIRONMENTALITY: ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND SEXUALITY IN AMERICAN LITERATURE (Ashgate: 2010) 159 pp.
by ROBERT AZZARELLO; Reviewed by Laura Zebuhr.

THE QUOTABLE THOREAU (Princeton, 2011) xlvi + 492 pp.
by Jeffrey S. Cramer, ed.; Reviewed by Rochelle Johnson.

RALPH WALDO EMERSON COLLECTED WORKS VOLUME IX: POEMS (Harvard, 2011) cxlviii + 705 pp.
by Albert Von Frank and Thomas Wortham, eds.; Reviewed by Todd Richardson.

READING THE AMERCIAN NOVEL 1780-1865 (Wiley-Blackwell, January 2012)
by Shirley Samuels; To be reviewed by .

READING THE AMERICAN NOVEL 1865-1914 (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012) xvii + 434 pp.
by G.R. Thompson; Reviewed by Christopher P. Wilson.

ROMANTICISM AND THE OBJECT (Palgrave Macmillan 2009) 223 pp.
by Larry H. Peer; Reviewed by G. Todd Davis.

SANCTIFIED LANDSCAPE: WRITERS, ARTISTS, AND THE HUDSON RIVER VALLEY, 1820-1909 (Cornell, May 2012)
by David Schuyler; To be reviewed by .

SLAVES TO FASHION: BLACK DANDYISM AND THE STYLING OF BLACK DIASPORIC IDENTITY (Duke, 2009)
by Monica L. Miller; To be reviewed by Martin Favor.

TENDER IS THE NIGHT, ED. JAMES L. W. WEST III (Cambridge, 30 April 2012)
by F. Scott Fitzgerald; To be reviewed by .

TESTIMONY ON TRIAL: CONRAD, JAMES, AND THE CONTEST FOR MODERNISM (Toronto, January 2012) 208 pp.
by BRIAN ARTESE; Reviewed by Joyce Wexler.

TRANSATLANTIC LITERARY STUDIES, 1660-1830 (Cambridge, 2011) xii + 281 pp.
by EVE TAVOR BANNET and Susan Manning, eds.; Reviewed by .

TRANSATLANTIC SENSATIONS (Ashgate, January 2012)
by Jennifer Phegley, John Cyril Barton and Kristin N. Huston, eds.; Reviewed by Lyn Pykett.

UNCOMMON WOMEN: GENDER AND REPRESENTATION IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY U.S. WOMEN'S WRITING (Ohio State, 2009)
by Laura Laffrado; To be reviewed by Susan Scheckel.

UPON PROVINCIALISM: SOUTHERN LITERATURE AND NATIONAL PERIODICAL CULTURE, 1870-1900 (Virginia, April 2013)
by Bill Hardwig; Reviewed by Nina Baym.

VICTORIAN DETECTIVE FICTION AND THE NATURE OF EVIDENCE: THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS OF POE, DICKENS, AND DOYLE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Lawrence Frank; To be reviewed by Paul Grimstad.

THE WAR ON WORDS: SLAVERY, RACE, AND FREE SPEECH IN AMERICA (Chicago, 2010) ix + 330 pp.
by Michael T. Gilmore; Reviewed by Lori Merish.

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