“British Literature and Technology” is “compelling”

British Literature and Technology, 1600-1830

edited by Kristin M. Girten and Aaron R. Hanlon

“By focusing exclusively on humanity’s unruly tools, this book opens a compelling ‘mosaic’ view of technology that tiles together everything from the wiles of Jacobean stagecraft to the terza rima utopias of Romantic poets (10). . . . The essays gathered in British Literature and Technology, 1600–1830 will hold broad interest for . . . anyone—critic, teacher, student—seeking tools to comprehend human intervention in the world.”

Eighteenth-Century Fiction, January 2024