"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 an otherwise unavailable forum exclusively for reviews, a place to publish treatments that are both lengthy and exacting. "Review", Volume 14, includes review-essays by D.C. Greetham on current textual theory; by George Core on Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford; by Janet Ray Edwards on 18th-century bluestocking women; by Ronald Strickland on the English funeral elegy; by Susan Albertine on women writer s as professionals in Victorian America; by D.S. Brewer on several recent studies in Chaucer; by L.M. Findlay on Alvin Kernan's "The Death of Literature"; by Norman Fruman on Coleridge's politics; by Bruce Michelson on the refeminisation of Emily Dickinson; by Virginia Hyde on D.H. Lawrence and the body politic; by Ilan Stavans on inter-American literature; and by Milton J. Bates on Wallace Stevens and the erotics of place. Also: review-essays by James M. Haule on the Cambridge edition of Conrad's "The Secret Agent"; by John R.
Pfeiffer on 19th-century science fiction; by Elizabeth Ammons on Edith Wharton's correspondence; by Susan J. Wolfson on Keats's poetry in facsimile; by Philip C. Dust on Thomas More and modern revisionism; by Alan Richardson on Coleridge's fairy tales; by Mona Logarbo on the body-soul topos in 17th-century English literature; by Frederick C. Stern on Dreiser biography; by Malcolm Kelsall on Byron and "Don Juan"; and by Peter Allan Dale on feminism and the Brontes.
Publisher: University of Virginia Press