Review 19: Index by Topic Literature and Politics
 

Index - Literature and Politics

THE 'INVISIBLE HAND' AND BRITISH FICTION, 1818-1860: ADAM SMITH, POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND THE GENRE OF REALISM (Palgrave, 2011) xi + 251 pp.
by Eleanor Courtemanche; Reviewed by Leeann Hunter.

ATONEMENT AND SELF-SACRIFICE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NARRATIVE (Cambridge, July 2012)
by Jan - Melissa Schramm; Reviewed by Christine Krueger.

BECOMING IMPERIAL CITIZENS: INDIANS IN THE LATE-VICTORIAN EMPIRE (Duke, 2010) ix + 272 pp.
by Sukanya Banerjee; Reviewed by Zak Sitter.

BRITAIN’S CHINESE EYE: LITERATURE, EMPIRE, AND AESTHETICS IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN (Stanford, 2010), viii + 238pp.
by Elizabeth Chang; Reviewed by Gillen Wood.

British Romanticism and the Catholic Question (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xi + 224 pages
by Michael Tomko; Reviewed by Maria Lamonaca.

BRITISH STATE ROMANTICISM: AUTHORSHIP, AGENCY, AND BUREAUCRATIC NATIONALISM (Stanford, 2009).
by Anne Frey; To be reviewed by Andrew McCann.

CHARITY AND CONDESCENSION: VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND THE DILEMMAS OF PHILANTHROPY (Ohio, April 2012)
by Daniel Siegel; To be reviewed by .

CHARLES DICKENS, A TALE OF TWO CITIES AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (Palgrave US, 2009) xi + 212 pp.
by Colin Jones, Josephine McDonagh and Jon Mee; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

DICKENS AND THE WORKHOUSE: OLIVER TWIST AND THE LONDON POOR (Oxford, April 2012)
by Ruth Richardson; To be reviewed by Stephen Prickett.

EMPIRE IN QUESTION: READING, WRITING, AND TEACHING BRITISH IMPERIALISM (Duke, 2011) xxi + 392 pp.
by Antoinette Burton; Reviewed by Patrick Brantlinger.

FOR THE RECORD: ON SEXUALITY AND THE COLONIAL ARCHIVE IN INDIA (Duke, 2009) xii + 215 pp.
by Anjali Arondekar; Reviewed by Josna E. Rege.

THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM GODWIN. VOLUME I. 1778-1797 (Oxford, 2011) lvi + 306 pp.
by Pamela Clemit, ed.; Reviewed by Kenneth R. Johnston.

Pirates and Mutineers of the Nineteenth Century (Ashgate, 2011), xii + 299 pp.
by Grace Moore, ed.; Reviewed by Gillen Wood.

THE POETRY OF CHARTISM: AESTHETICS, POLITICS, HISTORY (Cambridge, 2009). ix + 299 pp.
by Mike Sanders; Reviewed by John Plotz.

A RATTLESKULL GENIUS. THE MANY FACES OF IOLO MORGANWG (Cardiff: University of Wales, 2009 paperback, first published 2005) pp. xviii + 515.
by Geraint H. Jenkins, ed.; Reviewed by Kenneth Johnston.

ROMANCES OF FREE TRADE: BRITISH LITERATURE, LAISSEZ-FAIRE, AND THE GLOBAL NINETEENTH CENTURY (Oxford, 2011) x + 189 pp.
by Ayse Celikkol; Reviewed by Patrick Brantlinger.

SENTIMENTAL LITERATURE AND ANGLO-SCOTTISH IDENTITY, 1745–1820 (Cambridge, 2010) viii + 224pp.
by Juliet Shields; Reviewed by Richard Cronin.

SYDNEY OWENSON, LADY MORGAN, AND THE POLITICS OF STYLE (Academica Press, 2009)
by Julie Donovan; To be reviewed by Christopher Nagle.

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

THE WORKING-CLASS INTELLECTUAL IN EIGHTEENTH- AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN (Ashgate, 2009), pp. x + 257
by Aruna Krishnamurthy, ed.; Reviewed by Cassandra Falke.

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