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Review is an annual volume that publishes review-essays and reviews of scholarly works in English and American language and literature. It offers the scholarly community an otherwise unavailable forum exclusively for reviews, a place to publish treatments that are both lengthy and exacting.

Review, Volume 19, includes review-essays by W. Speed Hill on the Michigan "Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism" series; by Joseph Wiesenfarth on The Good Soldier and Ford Madox Ford; by Lawrence F. Rhu on early English verse; by William Baker on George Eliot; by J. E. Rivers on recent Nabokov scholarship; by Stanley Weintraub on Victorian culture; by Claire Marie-Peterson on Victorian women; by K. M. Newton on The Letters of George Henry Lewes: by Leon Hugo on G. B. Shaw; by Robert Geary on the Gothic in English fiction; by Richard Harrier on Barbara Estrin's Laura; by Laura Davis-Clapper on Virginia Woolf; by Gloria Chun on truth, fiction, ethics, theory, and literature; by Oliver S. Buckton on nineteenth-century homosexuality; by Alan Price on Edith Wharton; by Lance Newman on ecocriticism; by Richard Nash on literature and medicine in the eighteenth century; and by Linda Peterson on Margaret Oliphant.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780813915357
  • Publisher: University of Virginia Press
  • Publication date: 10/28/1994
  • Series: Review Series
  • Pages: 330
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.32 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Table of Contents

More Prelude to Ponder; Or, Getting Your Words-Worth 1
A Frank Norris Bibliography 21
Jane Austen and the Common Reader 31
Gender Criticism, Aesthetics, and the Case of Oscar Wilde 41
Doing Different Voices: Three Approaches to T. S. Eliot 63
The Last Victorian: A Fresh Evaluation of George Saintsbury's Criticism 79
Impractical Criticism 93
Making Literary Historical Ends Meet 105
Critics, Artists, and Interlocutors 121
Precision and Illusion: the Objects of Marianne Moore's Affections 135
Mr. Outside Gets the Ball 145
The Lives and Time of Ernest Hemingway 153
Cradles in Caricature 169
Literature and Politics in Revolutionary England, 1640-1660 177
An XYZ of Reading 197
The Harried Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins 209
Naming and Blaming: The Poetics of Mock Epic 221
In Search of the Medieval Dream 237
The Quality of Judgment 251
Reveling in the Masters: Court, Censorship, and Comedians in the English Renaissance 271
The Return to Emerson's Classroom 281
The Eliot Hypothesis 289
Victorian Secrets: Or the Printer Revealed 301
Poetry at Court 313
Contributors 329
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