The Turning Key: Autobiography and the Subjective Impulse since 1800 (Jerome Hamilton Buckley) (Reviewed by Regenia Gagnier, Stanford University)Being in the Text: Self-Representation from Wordsworth to Roland Barthes (Paul Jay) (Reviewed by Regenia Gagnier, Stanford University)Vision and Revision: Coleridge's Art of Immanence (Jean-Pierre Mileur) (Reviewed by Susan J. Wolfson, Rutgers University, New Brunswick)Style and Consciousness in Middle English Narrative (John M. Ganim) (Reviewed by Donald R. Howard, Stanford University)Story and Situation: Narrative Seduction and the Power of Fiction (Ross Chambers) (Reviewed by William Beatty Warner, SUNY / Buffalo)Literature and Insubstantiality in Later Eighteenth-Century England (Fredric V. Bogel) (Reviewed by Robert Markley, Georgia Institute of Technology)Biographical Truth: The Representation of Historical Persons in Tudor-Stuart Writing (Judith B. Anderson) (Reviewed by G. M. MacLean, Wayne State University)American Theories of the Novel: 1793-1903 (Sergio Perosa) (Reviewed by John E. Bassett, North Carolina State University)Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Slant (Jane Marcus) (Reviewed by Mary Childers, Vanderbilt University)
Criticism: Vol. 27
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol27/iss2/5