"Review" is an annual volume which publishes review-essays and reviews of scholarly works in English and American language and literature. It offers the scholarly community forum exclusively for reviews, and a place to publish treatments that are both lengthy and exacting. Volume 12 of "Review" contains essays by Willaim E. Fredeman on Tennyson and his bibliographers; Judith Milhous on the new Oxford edition of Farquar; Michael West on recent linguistic approaches to 19th-century American authors; D.C. Greetham on G. Thomas Tanselle's "A Rationale of Textual Criticism", Derek Brewer on Chaucer and astrology; Marshall Brown on three books by Jerome M. McGann; Regenia Gagnier on a new biography of Arthur Symons; L.J. Swingle on Mary Shelley; James Longenbach on Ezra Pound; Hugh Amory on the Georgia Edition of Smollett; Robert H. Elias on Dreiser's apprenticeship; Beverly Schneller on Robert Dodsley and John Almon; Elizabeth Sewell on the Romantic image of walking; Jim Springer Borck on a new edition of Bunyan's "Mr Badman", Arthur F. Kinney on the Dalhousie Manuscripts; Michael Anesko on David S. Reynolds's "Beneath the American Renaissance", Katherine Joslin on Wharton's letters; Henry J. Donaghy on Shaw's view of history; Peter J. Manning on Wordsworth and Coleridge; C. Deirdre Phelps on American book history; Peter Allan Dale on science in Victorian fiction; and Robert Adams Day on burlesque drama on the British stage, 1660-1737.
Publisher: University of Virginia Press