Review is an annual volume which publishes review-essays and reviews of scholarly works in English and American language and literature. It offers the scholarly community an otherwise unavailable forum exclusively for reviews, a place to publish treatments that are both lengthy and exacting. ""Review"", volume 18, includes review-essays by David C. Fowler on Piers Plowman; by Joel Myerson on Margaret Fuller; by Richard J. Finneran on ""The Collected Letters of W.B. Yeats""; by Sebastian D.G. Knowles on Wildfred Owen, Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon; by Gerald MacLean on 18th-century writing and finance; by David Yerkes on the ""OED""; by Audrey Jaffe on Dickens and cannibalism; by Michael Coyle on Pound, Eliot, Yeats and modernist origins; by Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux on Yeat's ""Vision Papers"", Maud Gonne and the theatre; by George Montiero on Frost and the book that is Nature; by Bruce Rosenberg on the African-American folk sermon; by William Baker on George Eliot as serial novelist; by Ted-Larry Pedworth on 17th-century scribal publication; by Robert Patzig on the work of Maurice Blanchot; by Mark Baulerlein on Whitman's native representations; by Philip Rollinson on allegorical poetics and the Renaissance tradition to ""Paradise Lost""; by Annabel Patterson on Locke studies after Richard Ashcraft; by Benjamin F. Fisher on Eudora Welty and the Gothic tradition; and by Don Wilmeth on O'Neill, Shakespeare and Manhattan in the 1920s.