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Stephanie O'Rourke
ART, SCIENCE, AND THE BODY IN EARLY ROMANTICISM
(Cambridge, 2021) 205 pp.
Reviewed by Andrei Pop on 2022-10-01
Art and Science
The bearing of science on Romantic art and literature has not always drawn the attention that it receives in this accomplished study.
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Franco Marucci
GEORGE ELIOT'S 'THE LIFTED VEIL': A SEQUENTIAL AND CONTEXTUAL READING
(Routledge, 2022) 238 pp.
Reviewed by Mason Tattersall on 2022-09-30
Victorian Novel
This book is a welcome addition to scholarship on George Eliot's novella The Lifted Veil (1859).
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Timothy L. Carens
STRANGE GODS: LOVE AND IDOLATRY IN THE VICTORIAN NOVEL
(Routledge, 2022) x + 200 pp.
Reviewed by Jessica Ann Hughes on 2022-09-19
Victorian Novel
Victorian culture was deeply religious.
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Alexandra Valint
NARRATIVE BONDS: MULTIPLE NARRATORS IN THE VICTORIAN NOVEL
(Ohio State, 2021), vii + 208 pp.
Reviewed by Tobias Wilson-Bates on 2022-09-12
Victorian Novel
This book enters a rich conversation about the emergence and social significance of multiple narration.
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Rieko Suzuki
THE SHELLEYS AND THE BROWNINGS: TEXTUAL RE-IMAGININGS AND THE QUESTION OF INFLUENCE
(Liverpool, 2022) xii + 204 pp.
Reviewed by Jane Stabler on 2022-09-12
Romantic Poetry
In her coda to this book, Rieko Suzuki explains that while it began as a study of P.
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Chris J. Thomas
PACIFIC POSSESSIONS: THE PURSUIT OF AUTHENTICITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY OCEANIAN TRAVEL ACCOUNTS
(U of Alabama P, 2021) x + 171 pp.
Reviewed by Lila Marz Harper on 2022-08-19
Travel Narrative
Travel accounts often tell us more about the traveler than the place.
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