Latest issue of ‘The Review’ out now- Vol. XXII, No. 2, Summer 2014

The latest edition of ‘The Review’, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Summer 2014, is now available. This issue is one of our biggest yet, showcasing poetry, book reviews and even recent research. Members receive ‘The Review’ for free but copies can also be purchased by non-members. Please email info@Pre‑ for details.

1. “Fanny Eaton: The ‘Other’ Pre-Raphaelite Model” by Roberto C. Ferrari.
2. “In Defence of Walter Deverell” by Verity Holloway.
3. “Ford Madox Brown’s The Bromley Family: A New Interpretation” by Brian D’Olier.
4. “Christina Rossetti: Anti-Pre-Raphaelite” by Daniel Hinds.
5. “The Languages of Dante Gabriel Rossetti” by Raphael Rigal.
6. “The Divided Heart”, a poem by Sarah Doyle.
7. Announcements for The John Pickard Essay Prize 2014 & The Pre-Raphaelite Society Poetry Prize 2014.
8. “Book Review The Girl in Green by Gillian Drake” by Katja Robinson.
9. “Book Review The Pre-Raphaelite Language of Flowers by Debra N. Mancoff” by Simon Cooke.
10. “Book Review Persistent Ruskin: Studies in Influence, Assimilation and Effected ed by Keith Hanley and Brian Maidment” by Margaret English.
11. “Book Review John Brett: Pre-Raphaelite Landscape Painter by Christiana Payne” by Aileen Naylor.
12. “Book Review John Ruskin: Artist and Observer” by Simon Cooke.
13. “Book Review Pre-Raphaelite Treasures at National Museums Liverpool by Laura MacCulloch” by Amelia Yeates.
14. “Book Review The Arts and Crafts Movement in Scotland: A History by Annette Carruthers” by Katja Robinson.
15. “Book Review Christina Rossetti’s Gothic by Serena Trowbridge” by Gregory Tate.
16. “Dreamfall”, a poem by Sarah Doyle.
17. Meeting Reports.
18. Notes and Queries.



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