Some notable new books in the field have recently been reviewed at NBOL-19: Nineteenth-century Books OnLine:
Cheryl A. Wilson
LITERATURE AND DANCE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: JANE AUSTEN TO THE NEW WOMAN
(Cambridge, 2009) vii + 202 pp.
Reviewed by Alisa Clapp-Itnyre on 2009-09-18.
THE POETRY OF CHARTISM: AESTHETICS POLITICS, HISTORY
(Cambridge, 2009). ix + 299 pp.
Reviewed by John Plotz on 2009-10-16.
ADVERTISING, SUBJECTIVITY AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY NOVEL: DICKENS, BALZAC, AND THE LANGUAGE OF THE WALLS
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), xi + 214 pp.
Reviewed by Nicholas Mason on 2009-09-25.
FORGERY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE AND CULTURE: FICTIONS OF FINANCE FROM DICKENS TO WILDE
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) x + 187 pp.
Reviewed by Leeann D. Hunter on 2009-10-15.
THE TRAGI-COMEDY OF VICTORIAN FATHERHOOD
(Cambridge, 2009) xii + 246 pp.
Reviewed by Eileen Gillooly on 2009-09-25.
ARTFUL DODGERS: RECONCEIVING THE GOLDEN AGE OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
(Oxford, 2009) xiv + 264 pp.
Reviewed by James Eli Adams on 2009-09-01.
BRITISH PERIODICALS AND ROMANTIC IDENTITY: THE LITERARY “LOWER EMPIRE”
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) viii + 296 pp.
Reviewed by Nikki Hessell on 2009-09-01.
Suzanne B. Waldman
THE DEMON AND THE DAMOZEL: DYNAMICS OF DESIRE IN THE WORKS OF CHRISTINA ROSSETTI AND DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI
(Ohio, 2009) 211 pp.
Reviewed by Kathleen O’Neill Sims on 2009-09-01.