Book Reviews by James A.W. Heffernan

Russell Noyes, Wordsworth and the Art of Landscape, in English Studies 51 (1970): 365-367.

Paul Sheats, The Making of Wordsworth's Poetry; Stephen Maxfield Parrish, The Art of the Lyrical Ballads; and Alan Grob, The Philosophic Mind, in Studies in Romanticism 13 (1974): 255-267. [Review essay]

Lee M. Johnson, Wordsworth and the Sonnet, in English Studies 56 (1975): 458-60.

W.J.B. Owen and Jane Smyser, eds. The Prose Works of WilliamWordsworth, in English Studies 56 (1975): 558-561.

Thomas McFarland, Romanticism and the Forms of Ruin, in The Wordsworth Circle 13 (1982): 125-28.

D.D. Devlin, Wordsworth and the Poetry of Epitaphs and Jeffrey Baker, Time and Mind in Wordsworth's Poetry, in Studiesin Romanticism 21 (1982): 253-58.

Ronald Paulson, Representations of Revolution (1789-1820), in The Wordsworth Circle 15 (1984): 103-105.

W.J.T. Mitchell, Iconology: Image, Text, Ideology in Word & Image 2 (1986): 382-84.

Nancy Goslee, Uriel's Eye: Miltonic Stationing and Statuaryin Blake, Keats and Shelley, in Studies in Romanticism 28 (1989): 156-61.

Alexander Ross, The Imprint of the Picturesque on Nineteenth-Century British Fiction and Morton D. Paley, The Apocalyptic Sublime, in Word & Image 3 (1987): 323-25.

Wendy Steiner, Pictures of Romance: Form Against Context in Painting and Literature in Yearbook of Comparative and GeneralLiterature 37 (1988): 213-15.

Michael Fried, Realism, Writing, Disfiguration: On Thomas Eakins and Stephen Crane in Comparative Literature 43 (1991): 75-77.

Robert K. Wallace, Melville & Turner: Spheres of Love and Fright, in Studies in Romanticism 33 (1994): 652-58.

William Galperin, The Return of the Visible in British Romanticism, in The Wordsworth Circle 25 (Autumn 1994): 202-05.

Peter Wagner, Reading Iconotexts: From Swift to the French Revolution. Word & Image 14 (1998): 397-98.

Eric Gidal, Poetic Exhibitions: Romantic Aesthetics and the Pleasures of theBritish Museum in European Romantic Review 14.3 (2003): 376-80.

Evelyn Joll, Martin Butlin, and Luke Herrmann, eds. The Oxford Companion to J. M. W. Turner (Oxford University Press, 2001) in Victorian Studies, 45.2 (Winter 2003): 358-360.

"Artful Realism." Contribution to Forum on Alison Byerly, "Realism, Representation and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Literature," Australasian Victorian Studies Journal 4 (1998): 141-43.

James O'Rourke, Sex, Lies, and Autobiography: The Ethics of Confession (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2006). The Victorian Web, posted 15 December 2008.

Teresa Guiccioli, Lord Byron's Life in Italy, trans. Michael Reese, ed. Peter Cochran. (U of Delaware P, 2005), in European Romantic Review 19 (December 2008): 489-93.

Leonard Barkan, Mute Poetry, Speaking Pictures (Princeton: Princeton UP, 2013), forthcoming in Renaissance Quarterly (2013).