Ambition and Privilege: The Social Tropes of Elizabethan Courtesy Theory (Frank Whigham) (Reviewed by Jonathan Goldberg, Brown University)Love Known: Theology and Experience in George Herbert's Poetry (Richard Strier) (Reviewed by Ilona Bell, Williams College)The Sacred Complex: On the Psychogenesis of "Paradise Lost" (William Kerrigan) (Reviewed by William G. Riggs, Boston University)Realism, Myth, and History in Defoe'S Fiction (Maximillian E. Novak) (Reviewed by John Richetti, Rutgers University)Defoe and the Idea of Fiction, 1713-1719 (Geoffrey M. Sill) (Reviewed by John Richetti, Rutgers University)Romantic Contraries: Freedom versus Destiny (Peter L. Thorselv) (Reviewed by Stephen C. Behrendt, University of Nebraska)Robert Browning: His Poetry and Audiences (Lee Erickson) (Reviewed by John R. Reed, Wayne State University)True Correspondence: A Phenomenology of Thomas Hardy's Novels (Bruce Johnson) (Reviewed by Mary Childers, Vanderbilt University)The Poetry of Thomas Hardy: A Study in Art and Ideas (William E. Buckler) (Reviewed by Mary Childers, Vanderbilt University)Joseph Conrad: A Chronicle (Zdsislaw Najder) (Reviewed by Todd K. Bender, University of Wisconsin, Madison)Conrad Under Familial Eyes (Zdsislaw Najder) (Reviewed by Todd K. Bender, University of Wisconsin, Madison)The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad: 1861-1897, vol. 1 (Frederick E. Karl and Laurence Davies) (Reviewed by Todd K. Bender, University of Wisconsin, Madison)Emily Dickinson and the Problem of Others (Christopher E. G. Benfey) (Reviewed by Karl Keller, San Diego State University)The Transparent Lyric: Reading and Meaning in the Poetry of Stevens and Williams (David Walker) (Reviewed by Milton J. Bates, Marquette University)Quixote Scriptures: Essays on the Textuality of Hispanic Literature (Elias L. Rivers) (Reviewed by David William Foster, Arizona State University)On the Grotesque: Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature (Geoffrey Galt Harpham) (Reviewed by Irving Massey, State University of New York, Buffalo)Three Sad Races: Racial Identity and National Consciousness in Brazilian Literature (David T. Haberly) (Reviewed by Renata Wasserman, Wayne State University)
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