Review 19: Index by Topic Romantic Era Fiction
 

Index - Romantic Era Fiction

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.

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

THE ART OF POLITICAL FICTION IN HAMILTON, EDGEWORTH, AND OWENSON (Ashgate, 2009) ix+209pp.
by Susan B. Egenolf; Reviewed by Fiona Price.

COMPANION TO JANE AUSTEN (Blackwell/ Wiley, 2009)
by Claudia L. Johnson and Clara Tuite; To be reviewed by Sarah Frantz.

CONCISE COMPANION TO THE ROMANTIC AGE (Blackwell/ Wiley, 2009) xi + 300 pp.
by Jon Klancher; Reviewed by Richard Matlak.

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

ENLIGHTENING ROMANTICISM, ROMANCING THE ENLIGHTENMENT-BRITISH NOVELS FROM 1750 TO 1832 (Ashgate, 2009) x + 229 pp.
by Miriam L. Wallace, ed.; Reviewed by Tony Jarrells.

EUROPEAN ROMANCTICISM: A READER (Continuum, 2010), xxx + 1032 pp.
by Stephen Prickett, ed.; Reviewed by Christoph Bode.

EXPERIMENTAL LIFE: VITALISM IN ROMANTIC SCIENCE AND LITERATURE (Johns Hopkins, 2013)
by Robert Mitchell; To be reviewed by Sharon Ruston.

FELLOW ROMANTICS: MALE AND FEMALE BRITISH WRITERS, 1790-1835 (Ashgate, 2009) xi + 266 pp.
by Beth Lau, ed.; Reviewed by Stephen C. Behrendt.

THE FEMALE ROMANTICS: NINETEENTH-CENTURY WOMEN NOVELISTS AND BYRONISM (Routledge, 2013) xv + 253 pp.
by Caroline Franklin; Reviewed by Andrew Elfenbein.

FLORENCE MACARTHY: AN IRISH TALE, ED. JENNY MACAULEY (Pickering & Chatto, 2012) xxii + 470pp
by Sidney Owenson; Reviewed by Julie Donovan.

THE HISTORICAL NOVEL (Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2009)
by Jerome de Groot; To be reviewed by Harry Shaw.

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

HISTORY AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CHILD IN EARLY BRITISH CHILDREN'S LITERATURE (Ashgate 2011) xiii + 283 pp.
by Jackie C. Horne; Reviewed by J. Jennifer Jones.

IRISHNESS AND WOMANHOOD IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH WRITING (Ashgate, 2009) vii + 196 pp.
by Thomas Tracy; Reviewed by Mary Jean Corbett.

JANE AUSTEN'S CULTS AND CULTURES (Chicago, 2012) xii + 224 pp.
by Claudie Johnson; Reviewed by Deidre Lynch.

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

LITERATURE AND DANCE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: JANE AUSTEN TO THE NEW WOMAN (Cambridge, 2009) vii + 202 pp.
by Cheryl A. Wilson; Reviewed by Alisa Clapp-Itnyre.

MAKING A MAN: GENTLEMANLY APPETITES IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH NOVEL (Ohio, 2009) viii + 309 pp.
by Gwen Hyman; Reviewed by Pamela Gilbert.

MARRIAGE, WRITING, AND ROMANTICISM: WORDSWORTH AND AUSTEN AFTER WAR (Stanford, 2009) xiv + 283 pp.
by Eric C. Walker; Reviewed by Beth Lau.

MARY SHELLEY: FRANKENSTEIN (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xi + 260 pp.
by Nicholas Marsh; Reviewed by D. L. Macdonald.

THE NEURAL SUBLIME: COGNITIVE THEORIES AND ROMANTIC TEXTS (Johns Hopkins, 2010), xv+179 pp.
by Alan Richardson; Reviewed by Cristobal Pagan Canovas.

NONCONFORMIST WOMEN WRITERS, 1720-1840. Part 2, vols. 5-8 (Pickering and Chatto, 2011). Vol. 5, xxiv, 288 pp.; vol. 6, 545 pp;
vol. 7, vi, 352 pp.; vol. 8, vii, 636 pp.
by Timothy Whelan, ed.; Reviewed by Christine Krueger.

NOVEL JUDGMENTS: LEGAL THEORY AS FICTION (Routledge, 2012) 208 pp.
by William P. MacNeil; Reviewed by Jane Lee.

THE PALGRAVE LITERARY DICTIONARY OF TENNYSON (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), xii+ 233pp.
by Valerie Purton and Norman Page; Reviewed by Linda Hughes.

READING FOR THE LAW: BRITISH LITERARY HISTORY AND GENDER ADVOCACY (Virginia, 2010) xi + 301 pp.
by Christine Krueger; Reviewed by Robert Barsky.

REVOLUTIONARY IMAGININGS IN THE 1790S: CHARLOTTE SMITH, MARY ROBINSON, ELIZABETH INCHBALD (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) viii + 242 pp.
by Amy Garnai; Reviewed by Colin Carman.

REVOLUTIONARY SUBJECTS IN THE ENGLISH 'JACOBIN' NOVEL 1790-1805 (Bucknell, 2009) 314 pp.
by Miriam L. Wallace; Reviewed by Tony Jarrells.

ROMANTIC LITERARY FAMILIES (Palgrave US, 2009) xvii + 224 pp.
by Scott Krawczyk; Reviewed by Felicity James.

ROMANTICISM AND MUSIC CULTURE IN BRITAIN, 1770-1840 (Cambridge, 2010) x + 295 pp.
by Gillen D'Arcy Wood; Reviewed by Marshall Brown.

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

SELENA: A SCHOLARLY EDITION, ED. HARRIET KRAMER LINKIN (Ashgate, August 2012)
by Mary Tighe; To be reviewed by .

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

THE SILVER FORK NOVEL: FASHIONABLE FICTION IN THE AGE OF REFORM (Cambridge, 2012) x + 290 pp.
by EDWARD COPELAND; Reviewed by Maria K. Bachman.

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

WOMEN REVIEWING WOMEN IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN-THE CRITICAL RECEPTION OF JANE AUSTEN, CHARLOTTE BRONTË, AND GEORGE ELIOT (Ashgate, 2010) x+175pp.
by Joanne Wilkes; Reviewed by Talia Schaffer.

WOMEN, LOVE, AND COMMODITY CULTURE IN BRITISH ROMANTICISM (Ashgate, 2012) 184pp.
by Daniela Garofalo; Reviewed by Ghislaine McDayter.

THE WORKS OF LADY CAROLINE LAMB (Pickering & Chatto, 2009) Volume 1: Glenarvon: lii + 451; Volume 2: Graham Hamilton and Poems xxx + 229; Volume 3: Ada Reis, A Tale xx + 222.
by Leigh Wetherall Dickson and Paul Douglass, eds.; Reviewed by Lindsey Eckert.

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