Review 19: Index by Topic Women Writers
 

Index - Women Writers

AMY LEVY: CRITICAL ESSAYS (Ohio, 2010) xi +241 pp.
by Naomi Hetherington and Nadia Valman, eds.; Reviewed by Cynthia Scheinberg.

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

BECOMING A WOMAN OF LETTERS: MYTHS OF AUTHORSHIP AND FACTS OF THE VICTORIAN MARKET (Princeton, 2009)
by Linda H. Peterson; To be reviewed by Katherine D. Harris.

BRITISH VICTORIAN WOMEN'S PERIODICALS: BEAUTY, CIVILIZATION, POETRY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xiii + 236 pp.
by Kathryn Ledbetter; Reviewed by Kimberly J. Stern.

BRITISH WOMEN POETS AND THE ROMANTIC WRITING COMMUNITY (Johns Hopkins, 2009) xiv + 349 pp.
by Stephen C. Behrendt; Reviewed by Mary A. Favret.

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

THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF ELLEN TERRY, Volumes 2 and 3 Volume 2 (2011) vii +199 pp., Volume 3 (2012) vii + 389 pp.
by Katharine Cockin; Reviewed by Carol Simpson Stern.

THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF ELLEN TERRY: VOLUME I, 1865-1888 (Pickering & Chatto, 2010) xlvi + 241 pp.
by Katherine Cockin, ed.; Reviewed by Martin Meisel.

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

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.

FRANCES TROLLOPE: BEYOND "DOMESTIC MANNERS" (Routledge, 2013) x + 148 pp.
by Tamara Wagner, ed.; Reviewed by Abigail Burnham Bloom.

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

HERETICAL HELLENISM: WOMEN WRITERS, ANCIENT GREECE, AND THE VICTORIAN POPULAR IMAGINATION (Ohio, 2009) ix + 262 pp.
by Shanyn Fiske; Reviewed by Noah Comet.

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

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.

LIFE OF GEORGE ELIOT: A CRITICAL BIOGRAPHY (Wiley Blackwell, 2012) xiii+ 299pp.
by Nancy Henry; Reviewed by Joanne Shattock.

NEW WOMAN FICTION, 1881-1899. Part II: VOLUMES 4-6. (Vol 4: C. L. Pirkis, The Experiences Of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective (1894); Vol 5: Annie E. Holdsworth, The Years that the Locust Hath Eaten (1895) and Joanna Traill, Spinster (1893); Vol. 6: Netta Syrett, Nobody's Fault (1896) and The Sheltering Tree (1939) (Pickering and Chatto, 2010) lxxxii + 716pp.
by Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton, Adrienne E. Gavin and SueAnn Schatz, et al., eds.; Reviewed by Tara MacDonald.

NONCONFORMIST WOMEN WRITERS, 1720-1840, PART I (Pickering and Chatto: London, 2011). Vol. 1 (ed. Griffin), lxvi, 374 pp.; vol. 2 (ed. Griffin), xii, 376 pp; vol. 3 (ed. Whelan), ix, 476 pp.; vol. 4 (ed. Whelan), ix, 356 pp.
by Timothy Whelan and Julia B. Griffin, eds.; Reviewed by Christine L. Krueger.

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.

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.

REVOLUTIONS IN TASTE 1773-1818-WOMEN WRITERS AND THE AESTHETICS OF ROMANTICISM (Ashgate, 2009)
by Fiona Price; To be reviewed by Stephen C. Behrendt.

ROMANTIC INTERACTIONS. SOCIAL BEING AND THE TURNS OF LITERARY ACTION (Johns Hopkins, 2010) xv + 381 pp.
by Susan J. Wolfson; Reviewed by Kenneth R. Johnston.

ROOMSCAPE: WOMEN WRITERS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM FROM GEORGE ELIOT TO VIRGINIA WOOLF (Edinburgh, May 2013) 248 pp.
by Susan Bernstein; Reviewed by Ruth Hoberman.

SELECTED WORKS, PART II, ED. JOANNE SHATTOCK, ELISABETH JAY, LINDA PETERSON, TREV LYNN BROUGHTON, DAVID JASPER, FRANCIS O'GORMAN AND TESS COSSLETT 5 vols. (Pickering & Chatto/ Ashgate, June 2012) 200 pp.
by Margaret Oliphant; Reviewed by Elsie B. Michie.

SHAKESPEARE AND VICTORIAN WOMEN (Cambridge, 2009)
by Gail Marshall; To be reviewed by Christopher Decker.

TURNING VICTORIAN LADIES INTO WOMEN : THE LIFE OF BESSIE RAYNER PARKES, 1829 - 1925 (Academica Press, 2012) xv + 288 pp.
by Emma Lowndes; Reviewed by Cheri L. Larsen Hoeckley.

WOMEN AND LITERARY CELEBRITY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: THE TRANSATLANTIC PRODUCTION OF FAME AND GENDER (Ashgate, August 2012)
by Brenda R. Weber; To be reviewed by .

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 WRITERS AND THE ARTIFACTS OF CELEBRITY IN THE LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY (Ashgate, 2012) xiv + 280pp.
by Ann Hawkins and Maura Ives, eds.; Reviewed by Tom Mole.

WOMEN WRITERS AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY MEDIEVALISM (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2009) 230 pp.
by Clare Broome Saunders; Reviewed by Antony H. Harrison.

WOMEN'S AUTHORSHIP AND EDITORSHIP IN VICTORIAN CULTURE: SENSATIONAL STRATEGIES (Oxford, 2011) ix + 206 pp
by Beth Palmer; Reviewed by Lyn Pykett.

THE WORKS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING (Pickering & Chatto, 2009)
by Sandra Donaldson, et al.; To be reviewed by Antony Harrison.

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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