Review is an annual volume which publicizes review-essays of scholarly works in English and American language and literature. It offers the scholarly community an otherwise unavailable forum exlcusively for reviews, a place to publish treatments that are both lenghty and exacting. Volume 13 of ""Review"" contains review-essays by Donald W. Foster concerning death on the Renaissance stage; John Goode on the transformation of the English novel, 1980-1930; Marjorie Perloff on contemporary American lyric poetry; J.E. Rivers on recent Nabokov criticism; Stanley Weintraub on Disraeli's letters; John Pfordresher on Tennyson, Hardy and the Victorian pastoral; Robert Casillo on Ezra Pound; Michael D. Cherniss on Chaucer; J.A. Leo Lemay on periodical verse of the American revolution; Alexander Welsh on historical fiction; Nina Baym on Hemingway and androgyny; Richard A. McCabe on Spenserian poetics; Keen Butterworth on western American narratives; Juliet McMaster on a new life of Trollope; Thomas Gardner on Theodore Roethke; James Nagel on Stephen Crane and poststructuralism; Thomas L. Burkdall on Joyce and Bakhtin; Steven Fink on Thoreau; Frederick C. Stern on Marxist criticism; Rubin Rabinovitz on Samuel Beckett; and Virginia Smith on mothers and daughters in recent feminist criticism.