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Review: v. 24 free pdf An annual volume of review essays and reviews of scholarly works in English and American language and literature. Review offers the scholarly community an otherwise unavailable forum exclusively for reviews, affording treatments that are both lengthy and exacting. Volume 24 includes reviews and essays by Robert Newsom on the inexhaustible Charles Dickens- by Mary Saunders on nineteenth-century media- by Don-Jon Dugas on Douglas Brooks's From Playhouse to Printing House: Drama and Authorship in Early Modern England- by Carlyle Van Thompson on science, law, and African American literature- by Timothy L. Carens on Carole G. Silver's Strange and Secret Peoples: Fairies and Victorian Consciousness- by Sue Parrill on Jane Austen- by Kevin J. Hayes on Herman Melville- by James G. Nelson on Nicholas Frenkel's Oscar Wilde's Decorated Books- by Kevin L. Cope on Barbara M. Benedict's Curiosity: A Cultural History of Early Modern Inquiry- by Stuart Peterfreund on D. H. Lawrence- by Charles A. Knight on satire- by Michael Groden on Peter Shillingsburg's Resisting Texts: Authority and Submission in Constructions of Meaning- by Alex Zwerdling on Virginia Woolf- by William O. Deaver Jr. on M. W. Smith's Reading Simulacra: Fatal Theories for Postmodernity- by Barbara M. Benedict on May Waldron's Jane Austen and the Fiction of Her Time- and by Anita Aukee Johnson on Philip Fisher's Still the New World: American Literature in a Culture of Creative Destruction.

About James O. Hoge

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

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Author : James O. Hoge
Publisher : University of Virginia Press
Data Published : 31 August 2002
ISBN : 0813921244
EAN : 9780813921242
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 238 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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