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Article Title

Book Reviews

Document Type

Book Review

Abstract

Figures of Capable Imagination (Harold Bloom) (Reviewed by Charles Altieri, State University of New York at Buffalo)

The Mark to Turn: A Reading of William Stafford's Poetry (Jonathan Holden) (Reviewed by Charles Altieri, State University of New York at Buffalo)

The Echoing Wood of Theodore Roethke (Jenijoy La Belle) (Reviewed by Charles Altieri, State University of New York at Buffalo)

I Am: A Study of E. E. Cummings' Poems (Gary Lane) (Reviewed by Charles Altieri, State University of New York at Buffalo)

Four Poets and the Emotive Imagination (George Lensing) (Reviewed by Charles Altieri, State University of New York at Buffalo)

Jules Michelet: Nature, History, and Language (Linda Orr) (Reviewed by Hayden White, Wesleyan University)

Cultural Thematics: The Formation of the Faustian Ethos (T. K. Seung) (Reviewed by Marguerite R. Waller, Amherst College)

Autobiographical Acts: The Changing Situation of a Literary Genre (Elizabeth W. Bruss) (Reviewed by Richard Maxwell, Valparaiso University)

Wordsworth's "Natural Methodism" (Richard E. Brantley) (Reviewed by Robert Lance Snyder, Wake Forest University)

The Pessimism of Thomas Hardy (G. W. Sherman) (Reviewed by James D. Woolf, Indiana University--Purdue University, Fort Wayne)

Victorian Heretic: Mrs. Humphry Ward's "Robert Elsmere" (William S. Peterson) (Reviewed by John O. Waller, Andrews University)

American Literature: A Study and Research Guide (Lewis Leary) (Reviewed by Edward E. Chielens, Detroit College of Business)

Bibliographical Guide to the Study of the Literature of the U S.A. (Clarence Gohdes) (Reviewed by Edward E. Chielens, Detroit College of Business)

A Field Guide to the Study of American Literature (Harold H. Kolb, Jr.) (Reviewed by Edward E. Chielens, Detroit College of Business)

Eliot's Early Years (Lyndall Gordon) (Reviewed by Jonathan Morse, University of Hawaii)

Nathaniel Hawthrone: The Poetics of Enchantment (Edgar A. Dryden) (Reviewed by John Franzosa, Wayne State University)

The Motives of Eloquence: Literary Rhetoric in the Renaissance. (Richard Lanham) (Reviewed by Arthur F. Marotti, Wayne State University)

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