Review: Christina Rossetti: Poetry, Ecology, Faith, by Emma Mason
Amy Kahrmann Huseby is an Instructor of Nineteenth-Century British Literature at Florida International University. She is the author of “‘Half-Poets’ and ‘Whole Democrats’: The Politics of Poetic Aggregation in Aurora Leigh,” which appeared in Victorian Poetry in 2018, and “Queer Social Counting and the Generational Transitions of Michael Field,” which was published in Women’s Writing in 2019. Most recently she completed the coedited collection Defining Pre-Raphaelite Poetics (2020) with Heather Bozant Witcher; the volume includes her essay “Gender Work: The Political Stakes of Pre-Raphaelitism.” She is currently completing a book tentatively titled “Quantified Lives: Nineteenth-Century British Poetry and the Mathematics of Social Totality,” which develops an account of how poets derived mathematical concepts from poetry in their efforts to understand unifying forms and to reconceptualize literary totalities.
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Amy Kahrmann Huseby; Review: Christina Rossetti: Poetry, Ecology, Faith, by Emma Mason. Nineteenth-Century Literature 31 March 2020; 74 (4): 558–561. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ncl.2020.74.4.558
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