Review 19: An Online Review of New Books on English and American Literature of the 19th Century
 

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Eliza Richards
BATTLE LINES: POETRY AND MASS MEDIA IN THE U.S. CIVIL WAR
(Pennsylvania, 2019) 247 pp.
Reviewed by Vanessa Steinroetter on 2019-06-11.

There has never been a better time to study the literature of the American...
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Peter Cheyne, ed.
COLERIDGE AND CONTEMPLATION
(Oxford, 2017) 332 + xx pp.
Reviewed by Stephen Prickett on 2019-05-15.

This is an odd book -- in every sense of that word. While Samuel Taylor...
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Colin Carman
THE RADICAL ECOLOGY OF THE SHELLEYS: EROS AND ENVIRONMENT
(Routledge, 2019) xv + 204 pp.
Reviewed by Seth T. Reno on 2019-04-19.

Mary and Percy Shelley often wrote about the natural world and sexuality,...
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Tim Fulford
WORDSWORTH'S POETRY 1815-1845
(Pennsylvania, 2019) viii + 336.
Reviewed by Richard Gravil on 2019-04-13.

This further instalment of Tim Fulford's thinking about late Wordsworth...
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Emily Hodgson Anderson
SHAKESPEARE AND THE LEGACY OF LOSS
(Michigan, 2018) xiv + 228 pp.
Reviewed by Robert Shaughnessy on 2019-04-13.

What new remains to be said about David Garrick? As Emily Hodgson Anderson...
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