Reviews, Spring/Fall 2012, Vol. 31, Nos. 1/2

Women in Early America: Recharging Hemispheric and Atlantic Desire, special issue of Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, edited by Tamara Harvey, 245-248
Lorrayne Carroll

The Second Sex, by Simone de Beauvoir, translated from French by Constance Borde and Sheila Malovany-Chevallier, 248-250
Dorothy Z. Baker

Eighteenth-Century Women Writers and the Gentleman’s Liberation Movement: Independence, War, Masculinity, and the Novel, 1778-1818, by Megan A. Woodworth, 250-253
Danielle Spratt

The Family, Marriage, and Radicalism in British Women’s Novels of the 1790s: Public Affection and Private Affliction, by Jennifer Golightly, 253-257
Susan Celia Greenfield

Sister Arts: The Erotics of Lesbian Landscapes, by Lisa L. Moore, 257-260
Fiona Brideoake

Feminism and the Politics of Travel after the Enlightenment, by Yaël Schlick, 260-263
Barbara Pauk

Translation, Authorship and the Victorian Professional Woman: Charlotte Brontë, Harriet Martineau and George Eliot, by Lesa Scholl, 263-265
Joanne Wilkes

Time, Space, and Gender in the Nineteenth-Century British Diary, by Rebecca Steinitz, 265-268
Carol Hanbery MacKay

Beyond the Pulpit: Women’s Rhetorical Roles in the Antebellum Religious Press, by Lisa J. Shaver, 268-270
Molly K. Robey

Vigilante Women in Contemporary American Fiction, by Alison Graham-Bertolini, 270-272
Linda Byrd Cook

The Nation Writ Small: African Fictions and Feminisms, 1958-1988, by Susan Z. Andrade, 273-274
Samantha Pinto

Water and African American Memory: An Ecocritical Perspective, by Anissa Janine Wardi, 275-277
Scott Hicks

Arab-American Women’s Writing and Performance: Orientalism, Race and he Idea of “The Arabian Nights”, by Somaya Sami Sabry, 277-280
Hala Halim

Visitation, by Jenny Erpenbeck, translated from German by Susan Bernofsky, 281-283
Nancy Nobile

Mary Wollstonecraft Sojourner Truth Margaret Atwood Abigail Adams Amy Tan H.D. Simone de Beauvoir Zora Neale Hurston Frances Burney Virginia Woolf

"The white saxifrage with the indented leafe is moste commended for the breakinge of the Stone."

— Turner, Herbal, III, 68 [1568]