Review 19: Index by Topic Literature and Science
 

Index - Literature and Science

AS IF: MODERN ENCHANTMENT AND THE LITERARY PREHISTORY OF VIRTUAL REALITY (Oxford, January 2012)
by Michael Saler; To be reviewed by .

BEYOND ROMANTIC ECOCRITICISM: TOWARD URBANATURAL ROOSTING (Palgrave 2011) xiii + 230 pp.
by Ashton Nichols; Reviewed by Samantha Harvey.

DARWIN THE WRITER (Oxford, 2011) xx + 244 pp.
by George Levine; Reviewed by Jonathan Smith.

DOCTORING THE NOVEL: MEDICINE AND QUACKERY FROM SHELLEY TO DOYLE (Ohio 2012) xiv + 207 pp.
by Sylvia A. Pamboukian; Reviewed by Joanne Eysell.

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

GEORGE ELIOT'S INTELLECTUAL LIFE (Cambridge, 2010) xi+296 pp.
by Avron Fleishman; Reviewed by Patrick Fessenbecker.

LITERARY GHOSTS FROM THE VICTORIANS TO MODERNISM: THE HAUNTING INTERVAL (Routledge, 2012) xiv + 186 pp.
by Luke Thurston; Reviewed by Jennifer Bann.

THE LIVES OF MACHINES: THE INDUSTRIAL IMAGINARY IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE & CULTURE (Michigan, 2011) xi + 236 pp.
by Tamara Ketabgian; Reviewed by Herbert Sussman.

MASCULINITY IN FOUR VICTORIAN EPICS-A DARWINIST READING (Ashgate, 2010) 172pp.
by Clinton Machann; Reviewed by Adelene Buckland.

MINDS, BODIES, MACHINES, 1770-1930 (Palgrave, 2011) xi + 225pp.
by Deirdre Coleman and Hilary Fraser; Reviewed by Tim Armstrong.

THE POETRY OF VICTORIAN SCIENTISTS (Cambridge, 2013) xi + 310 pp.
by Daniel Brown; Reviewed by John Holmes.

REVISING THE CLINIC: VISION AND REPRESENTATION IN VICTORIAN MEDICAL NARRATIVE AND THE NOVEL (Ohio State, 2010) x + 261 pp.
by Meegan Kennedy; Reviewed by Athena Vrettos.

THINKING WITHOUT THINKING IN THE VICTORIAN NOVEL (Johns Hopkins, 2012)
by Vanessa Ryan; Reviewed by J. Stephen Addcox.

VICTORIAN SCIENCE AND LITERATURE PART 1: Vols.1-4 (Pickering & Chatto, 2011), 1504 pp. PART 2: Vols. 5-8 (Pickering & Chatto, 2012), 1904 pp.
by Gowan Dawson and Bernard Lightman, eds.; Reviewed by Christine Ferguson.

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND THE ECOLOGY OF AUTHORSHIP: THE ROOTS OF ENVIRONMENTALISM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY CULTURE (Virginia, 2012) x + 289 pp.
by Scott Hess; Reviewed by Ashton Nichols.

No announced books for review are currently in the Literature and Science category.

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