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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About the Author
James O. Hoge is Professor of English at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.