A review by Freya Johnston in The Times Literary Supplement.
You may or may not be able to hear the “harrumph” through the paywall. Still, I like the following judgment: “The author’s proposed distinctions and definitions are forever on the verge of evaporating, or of being retracted.”
I have been very fortunate in responses and in my reviewers—and have been happily paired with Sean Silver in three of the essays below. Many thanks to all for reading carefully and critically:
- Rosalind Powell, reviewing for The British Society for Literature and Science (January 2016). Link.
- Jack Lynch for Choice 53:6 (February 2016). doi: 10.5860/CHOICE.193583
- Tina Lupton, “The Searcher of Patterns and the Keeper of Things” LARB (March 5, 2016). Link.
- Sayre Greenfield, reviewing for Modern Philology (August 2016). Link.
- Jess Keiser, reviewing for Eighteenth Century Studies 49:4 (Summer 2016). Link.
- Jenny Davidson, “Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century,“ Studies in English Literature (Summer 2016). Link.
Tina Lupton compares and contrasts, with much insight, my Metaphors of Mind and Sean Silver’s The Mind is Collection in today’s Los Angeles Review of Books.
Read more here:
I have glimpsed my book (as a twitpic, snapped by my excellent editor Matt McAdam):
It ships this month. Pre-order from JHUP.