Autumn 2007 - Spring 2008

Vol. XXXX, No. 1 and No. 2




DA SILVA, JORGE BASTAS. ‘‘Cato’s Ghosts: Pope, Addison, and Opposition Cultural Politics’’


FERRARI, ROBERTA. ‘‘In Search of a New Aesthetics: Addison, Fielding and the ‘Challenge’ of Travel Writing’’


KRAFT, ELIZABETH. ‘‘Wit and The Spectator’s Ethics of Desire’’


MAURER, SHAWN LISA. ‘‘ ‘As Sacred as Friendship, as Pleasurable as Love’: Father-Son Relations in the Tatler and Specta


VARNEY, ANDREW. ‘‘A ‘tender Correspondence’: Pope and The Spectator’’



ELLENZWEIG, SARAH. ‘‘A Brush with Spinoza’’


KOLBRENER, WILLIAM. ‘‘ ‘Forced into an Interest’: High Church Politics and Feminine Agency in the Works of Mary Astell’’



KVANDE, MARTA. ‘‘Jane Barker and Delarivi�re Manley: Public Women against the Public Sphere’’




ANDERSON, EMILY HODGSON. ‘‘Novelty in Novels: A Look at What’s New in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko’’


FRANGOS, JENNIFER. ‘‘Aphra Behn’s Cunning Stunts: ‘To the fair Clarinda’ ’’


GAUTIER, GARY. ‘‘Slavery and the Fashioning of Race in Oroonoko, Robinson Crusoe, and Equiano’s Life’’


HAYDEN, JUDY. ‘‘Of Privileges and Masculine Parts: The Learned Lady in Aphra Behn’s Sir Patient Fancy’’


LOVE, HAROLD. ‘‘Vocal Register in Behn’s Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister’’


MINTZ, SUSANNA B. ‘‘Freak Space: Aphra Behn’s Strange Bodies’’


QUINSEE, SUSANNAH. ‘‘Deconstructing Female ‘Virtue’: Mariana Alcoforda’s Five Love Letters from a Nun to a Cavalier and Aphra Behn’s Love Letters between a Nobleman and His Sister’’


WALTERS, TRACY. ‘‘Challenging Hierarchies: Aphra Behn’s Authentication Through Classical Translation’’


WIDMAYER, ANNE F. ‘‘The Politics of Adapting Behn’s Oroonoko’’



VELISSARIOU, ASPASIA. ‘‘Love for Love: Patriarchal Politics versus Love’’



PACHECO, ANITA. ‘‘Swearing Knaves and Believing Fools: False Swearing in John Crowne’s City Politiques’’



ALKER, SHARON. ‘‘The Soldierly Imagination: Narrating Fear in Defoe’s Memoirs of a Cavalier’’


AUSTIN, MICHAEL. ‘‘ ‘Jesting with the Truth’: Figura, Trace, and the Boundaries of Fiction in Robinson Crusoe and its Sequels’’


BARCHAS, JANINE. ‘‘Crusoe’s Struggles with Sexuality’’


CONNOR, REBECCA E. ‘‘ ‘Can you apply Arithmetick to Every Thing?’ Moll Flanders, William Petty, and Social Accounting’’


DELUNA, DEEANN. ‘‘Robinson Crusoe, Virginal Hero of the Commercial North’’


FALLER, LINCOLN. ‘‘Captain Mission’s Failed Utopia, Crusoe’s Failed Colony: Race and Identity in New, not Quite Imaginable Worlds’’

GAUTIER, GARY. ‘‘Slavery and the Fashioning of Race in Oroonoko, Robinson Crusoe, and Equiano’s Life’’


HARA, EIICHI. ‘‘The Crime of Story-Telling: Defoe’s Roxana and the Form of the Novel’’


HINNANT, CHARLES HASKELL. ‘‘Moll Flanders, Roxana, and the French Tradition of the Pseudo-Memoir’’


JOOMA, MINAZ. ‘‘Robinson Crusoe Inc(orporates): Domestic Economy, Incest, and the Trope of Cannibalism’’


KNAPP, JOHN. ‘‘An Early Holograph Poem by Defoe and His Hymn to Peace’’


LOAR, CHRISTOPHER F. ‘‘How to Say Things with Guns: Military Technology and the Politics of Robinson Crusoe’’

MAHON, M. WADE. ‘‘The Rhetoric of Virtuous Reading in Defoe’s Roxana and the 1765 Continuation’’


MARBAIS, PETER CHRISTIAN. ‘‘Roxana and ‘my Woman, Amy’: Failure of Mutual Recognition in Defoe’s Roxana’’


SHIN, YANK-SOOK. ‘‘From Sex to High Finance: A Historical Reading of Roxana’’


WALTON, JAMES. ‘‘On the Attribution of ‘Mrs. Veal’ ’’



DONNELLY, JEROME. ‘‘Dryden and the Exoteric Tradition: Absalom and Achitophel and the Ages of Man’’


GARDINER, ANNE BARBEAU. ‘‘Judas-Friars of the Popish Plot: The Catholic Perspective on Dryden’s The Spanish Fryar’’


GARDNER, KEVIN J. ‘‘Virgin Doves: Dryden’s Poems to Women’’


LOVE, HAROLD. ‘‘Dryden’s Dorset: How Poet and Patron Overcame their Differences to Create a National Literature’’


MAURER, SHAWN LISA. ‘‘Fathers, Sons, and Lovers: The Transformation of Masculine Authority in Dryden’s Aureng-Zebe’’


NEILL, MICHAEL. ‘‘ ‘An artificall following of nature’: Dryden, Etherege, and the Perfection of Art’’


OKA, TERUO. ‘‘Fushi bungaku no ishi / yakuzaishi sensō—Gaasu, Doraiden, Poopu’’ (‘‘The Dispute between Physicians and Apothecaries in Satirical Literature: Garth, Dryden, and Pope’’)


REVERAND, CEDRIC D., II. ‘‘Dryden’s ‘To the Duchess of Ormond’: Identifying her Plantagenet Predecessor’’


REVERAND, CEDRIC D., II. ‘‘John Dryden: Personal Concerns of the Impersonal Poet’’


ROPER, ALAN. ‘‘Johnson, Dryden, and an Allusion to Horace’’


ROUNCE, ADAM. ‘‘Eighteenth-Century Responses to Dryden’s Fables’’


SASLOW, EDWARD L. ‘‘ ‘Stopp’d in Other Hands’: The Payment of Dryden’s Pension for 1668–1670’’


SCHILLE, CANDY B. K. ‘‘The Two Faces of Eve: ‘Milton’s Pamela,’ ‘Dryden’s Shamela,’ and The State of Innocence’’



BATTESTIN, MARTIN C. ‘‘Who Edited Fielding’s Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon (1755)? The Case for Arthur Murphy and a New Fielding Essay’’


FERRARI, ROBERTA. ‘‘In Search of a New Aesthetics: Addison, Fielding and the ‘Challenge’ of Travel Writing’’


FUGER, WILHELM. ‘‘Limits of the Narrator’s Knowledge in Fielding’s Joseph Andrews: A Contribution to a Theory of Negated Knowledge in Fiction’’


HARWEG, ROLAND. ‘‘Are Fielding’s Shamela and Richardson’s Pamela One and the Same Person? A Contribution to the Problem of the Number of Fictive Worlds’’


LUND, ROGER. ‘‘Augustan Burlesque and the Genesis of Joseph Andrews’’


PARKER, G. F. ‘‘Taking Scripture out of Church: Parson Adams and the Practicality of Translation’’


TEYNOR, HILARY. ‘‘A Partridge in the Family Tree: Fixity, Mobility, and Community in Tom Jones’’



JAMESON, JUNE and RICHARD TERRY. ‘‘An Addition to the Sarah Fielding Canon: A Comparison between the Horace of Corneille and the Roman Father of Mr. Whitehead (1750)’’



OKA, TERUO. ‘‘Fushi bungaku no ishi / yakuzaishi sensō—Gaasu, Doraiden, Poopu’’ (‘‘The Dispute between Physicians and Apothecaries in Satirical Literature: Garth, Dryden, and Pope’’)



BULL, JOHN. ‘‘ ‘Business Calls me from the Plains’: John Gay’s ‘Rural Sports’ as a version of Eighteenth Century Pastoral’’


CARNOCHAN, W. B. ‘‘Gay’s Trivia and the Ways of Walking’’


NEWMAN, STEVE. ‘The Value of ‘Nothing’: Ballads in The Beggar’s Opera’’



HARZEWSKI, STEPHANIE. ‘‘The Fantomina Phenomenon: Eliza Haywood and the Formation of a Heroine’’


POTTER, TIFFANY. ‘‘The Language of Feminised Sexuality: Gendered Voice in Eliza Haywood’s Love in Excess and Fantomina’’


WILPUTTE, EARLA. ‘‘‘Room to Fable upon’: The History of Charles XII of Sweden in Eliza Haywood’s The Fortunate Foundlings’’



KVANDE, MARTA. ‘‘Jane Barker and Delariviè re Manley: Public Women against the Public Sphere’’



KOUNDOURA, MARIA. ‘‘Between Orientalism and Philhellenism: Lady Wortley Montagu’s ‘Real’ Greeks’’



HODGSON, ELIZABETH M. A. ‘‘Katherine Philips: Agent of Matchlessness’’


LOSCOCCO, PAULA. ‘‘Inventing the English Sappho’’



AGY, DIANA MARIE. ‘‘Belinda, Another Eve’’


ALEXANDER, LAURA. ‘‘ ‘Breathings of the Heart’: Reading Sensibility in Pope’s Eloisa to Abelard’’


BAKER, MALCOLM. ‘‘Multiple Heads: Pope, the Portrait Bust, and Patterns of Repetition’’


BROICH, ULRICH. ‘‘Alexander Pope, the Ideal of the Hero, Ovid, and Menippean Satire’’


CARSON, ANNE ELIZABETH. ‘‘ ‘Exquisite Torture’: The Autoeroticism of Pope’s Eloisa’’


CLARK-EVANS, CHRISTINE. ‘‘The Translator Self-Revealed: Diderot’s Comments on Pope’s Essay on Man’’


DA SILVA, JORGE BASTAS. ‘‘Cato’s Ghosts: Pope, Addison, and Opposition Cultural Politics’’


DAVIDSON, PETER. ‘‘Pope’s Recusancy’’


DEUTSCH, HELEN. ‘‘Bolingbroke’s Laugh: Alexander Pope’s Epistle to Bolingbroke and the Rhetoric of Embodied Exemplarity’’


GREGORI, FLAVIO. ‘‘Pope on the Margins and in the Center’’


HAMMOND, BREAN S. ‘‘The Dunciad and the City: Pope and Heterotopia’’


HAROL, CORRINNE. ‘‘Virgin Idols and Verbal Devices: Pope’s Belinda and the Virgin Mary’’


HECHT, ANTHONY, ‘‘Alexander Pope’’


KAIROFF, CLAUDIA THOMAS. ‘‘Living on the Margin: Alexander Pope and the Rural Ideal’’


LAMB, JONATHAN. ‘‘The Rape of the Lock as Still Life’’


MANNHEIMER, KATHERINE. ‘‘Personhood, Poethood, and Pope: Johnson’s Life of Pope and the Search for the Man Behind the Author’’

NICHOLSON, COLIN. ‘‘The Mercantile Bard: Commerce and Conflict in Pope’’


NOGGLE, JAMES. ‘‘Taste and Temporality in An Epistle to Burlington’’


OKA, TERUO. ‘‘Fushi bungaku no ishi / yakuzaishi sensō—Gaasu, Doraiden, Poopu’’ (‘‘The Dispute between Physicians and Apothecaries in Satirical Literature: Garth, Dryden, and Pope’’)


ORESTANO, FRANCESCA. ‘‘Bust Story: Pope at Stowe, or the Politics and Myths of Landscape Gardening’’


RICE, PAUL F. ‘‘Pillaging Pope: Recycling Old Poetry for New Cantata Texts’’


ROGERS, PAT. ‘‘The Last Days of Lord Peterborough: The Earl, the Opera Singer, and a New Letter by Pope’’


SPENCER, JANE. ‘‘ ‘Mighty Mother’: Pope and the Maternal’’


TOSI, LAURA. ‘‘ ‘Then Rose the Seed of Chaos’: Masque and Antimasque in The Dunciad in Four Books’’

VARNEY, ANDREW. ‘‘A ‘tender Correspondence’: Pope and The Spectator’’


WALLS, KATHRYN. ‘‘The Unveiling of the Dressing Table in Pope’s Rape of the Lock, I.121’’


WOODMAN, THOMAS. ‘‘Pope and the Paradoxical Centrality of the Satirist’’



BROOME, JUDITH. ‘‘ ‘Her lovely arm a little bloody’: Richardson’s Gothic Bodies’’


CARDWELL, M. JOHN. ‘‘The Rake as Military Strategist: Clarissa and Eighteenth-Century Warfare’’


EASTON, CELIA. ‘‘Austen’s Urban Redemption: Rejecting Richardson’s View of the City’’


FALLER, LINCOLN. ‘‘Tales of a Poisoning Female Parricide and a Prostitute Treated ‘in a Manner Too Shocking to Mention’: Two Criminal Cases and ‘the Clarissa Effect’ ’’


HARWEG, ROLAND. ‘‘Are Fielding’s Shamela and Richardson’s Pamela One and the Same Person? A Contribution to the Problem of the Number of Fictive Worlds’’


PARK, JULIE. ‘‘ ‘I Shall Enter Her Heart’: Fetishizing Feeling in Clarissa’’


RAFF, SARAH. ‘‘Quixotes, Precepts, and Galateas: The Didactic Novel in Eighteenth-Century Britain’’


RIVERO, ALBERT J. ‘‘Teaching the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Beginning Grandison’’


YAHAV-BROWN, AMIT. ‘‘Reasonableness and Domestic Fiction’’



FISHER, NICHOLAS. ‘‘The Contemporary Reception of Rochester’s A Satyr Against Mankind’’



CANFIELD, J. DOUGLAS. ‘‘Late Shadwell and Early Bourgeois Comedy’’



UEHLEIN, FRIEDRICH A. ‘‘Chartae Socraticae. Lord Shaftesburys Plädoyer für eine dialogische Literatur’’ (‘‘Chartae Socraticae. Lord Shaftesbury’s Plea for a Dialogical Literature’’)



BRACK, O M, JR. ‘‘Tobias Smollett’s Authorship of Habbakkuk Hilding (1752)’’


GIBSON, WILLIAM. ‘‘Smelfungus’s Strumpet: Smollett’s Iconoclastic Reading of the Medici Venus in Travels Through France and Italy’’


GIBSON, WILLIAM. ‘‘Tobias Smollett and Cat-for-Hare: The Anatomy of a Picaresque Joke’’



MAURER, SHAWN LISA. ‘‘ ‘As Sacred as Friendship, as Pleasurable as Love’: Father-Son Relations in the Tatler and Spectator’’


VARNEY, ANDREW. ‘‘A ‘tender Correspondence’: Pope and The Spectator’’



BANDRY-SCUBBI, ANNE. ‘‘Tristram Shandy á mots comptés’’ (‘‘Word-counts in Tristram Shandy’’)


BLACKWELL, MARK. ‘‘Hackwork: It- Narratives and Iteration’’


BROWN, RHONA. ‘‘Forging Yorick: Constructions and Counterfeits of Laurence Sterne in the Scottish Periodical Press’’


CAMPBELL, ANN. ‘‘Tristram Shandy and the Seven Years’ War: Beyond the Borders of the Bowling Green’’


CHICO, TITA. ��Minute Particulars: Microscopy and Eighteenth-Century Narrative’’


DE VOOGD, PETER. ‘‘How to Read Tristram Shandy’’


DOUGLAS, MARY. ‘‘Tristram Shandy: Testing for Ring Shape’’


FRIANT-KESSLER, BRIGITTE. ‘‘Tristram Shandy’s Mirroring Images: Refracting Pictoral Models and Staging Melancholy’’


GORING, PAUL. ‘‘Nicolai Wergeland’s Hendricopoedie (1808): A Text, Translation and Commentary’’


GURR, JENS MARTIN. ‘‘Postmodernism in the Eighteenth Century? Enlightenment Intellectual Contexts and the Roots of Twentieth-Century Concerns in Tristram Shandy’’


HARTLING, SHANNON. ‘‘Inexpressible Sadness: Sterne’s Sermons and the Moral Inadequacies of Politeness in Tristram Shandy’’


LAMB, JONATHAN. ‘‘Sterne, Sebald, and Siege Architecture’’


LYNCH, DEIDRE. ‘‘Personal Effects and Sentimental Fictions’’


MACKENZIE, SCOTT. ‘‘Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy’’


NEW, MELVYN. ‘‘Sterne and Dante Gabriel Rossetti’’


NEWBOULD, M.-C. ‘‘ ‘For the good of the nation’: ‘Unkle Toby and Corporal Trim’ ’’


NORTON, BRIAN MICHAEL. ‘‘The Moral in Phutatorius’s Breeches: Tristram Shandy and the Limits of Stoic Ethics’’


PARNELL, TIM. ‘‘Laurence Sterne and the Problem of Belief (I)’’


PARNELL, TIM. ‘‘Sterne and Young’s Conjectures on Original Composition’’


PICKFORD, SUSAN. ‘‘Between Version and Traduction: Sterne’s Sentimental Journey in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France’’


REGAN, SHAUN. ‘‘Novelizing Scriblerus: Tristram Shandy and (Post-) Scriblerian Satire’’



ARNOTT, LES G. ‘‘A Letter to the Editor of The Independent: Modest Proposal’’


BALTES, SABINE. ‘‘Father Time: The Emblematic and Iconographic Context of ‘The Epistle Dedicatory to His Royal Highness Prince Posterity’ in Swift’s Tale’’


CARPENTER, ANDREW. ‘‘A Tale of a Tub as an Irish Text’’


CHILD, PAUL W. ‘‘Once More into the Breech: Jonathan Swift and Excremental Medicine’’


CORISCO, ANA M. HORNERO. ‘‘Gulliver’s Travels on the Screen: Spanish Film Versions’’


DOWNIE, J. A. ‘‘Swift’s ‘A Description of the Morning’ (1709), ll. 11–12 and 14 Reconsidered’’


DURING, MICHAEL. ‘‘From Gunpowder to Krakatit: Notes on a Swiftian Motif in Karel Čapek’s Novel Krakatit: An Atomic Phantasy’’


FOX, CHRISTOPHER. ‘‘Getting Gotheridge: Notes on Swift’s Grandfather and a New Letter from Thomas Swift’’


GONZÁLVEZ-GARCIA, FRANCISCO. ‘‘Finding, Seeing, Thinking, and Observing in English Utopian Literature: Towards an Understanding of the Relevance of ‘NP+XP’ Complement Constructions in the Morphology and Grammar of J. Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels’’


JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER D. ‘‘The Nature of Fallen Things: Another Look at Lucretius and A Tale of a Tub’’


KARIAN, STEPHEN. ‘‘Swift, Arbuckle, and The Beasts’ Confession to the Priest’’


KEITHLEY, WALTHER H. ‘‘Jonathan Swift, a Grub-Street Hack, and the Problem of the Popularization of Science in A Tale of a Tub’’


KEITHLEY, WALTER HANK. ‘‘Swift Reading Bacon Reading Apollonius’’


KELLY, ANN CLINE. ‘‘Written in Stone: Swift’s Use of St. Patrick’s Cathedral as a Text’’


MAAS, DAVID F. ‘‘Using Literature to Neutralize Pernicious Dichotomous Thinking’’


MANER, MARTIN. ‘‘The Authorship of Jonathan Swift’s A Tale of a Tub—Once More’’


PANAGOPOULOS, NIC. ‘‘Gulliver and the Horse: An Enquiry into Equine Ethics’’


PERCIVAL, W. KEITH. ‘‘Some Aspects of Jonathan Swift’s Perspective on Language’’


PETERSON, LELAND D. ‘‘Authentic and Questionable Swiftiana’’


PETERSON, LELAND D. ‘‘A Letter to the Editor on the Occasion of his Correspondence about Swift’s The Beasts’ Confession to the Priest’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘ ‘Bacon advanced with a furious Mien’: Gulliver’s Linguistic Travels’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘Gulliver as Fire Fighter: An Addendum to Swift and Rabelais’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘The ‘Musical’ Muscovite: A Presto Hemisemidemiquaver’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘Swift after Ehrenpreis: Is there Anything Left to Learn?’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘A Swift Conundrum: The Beasts’ Confession to the Priest, l.216’’


REAL, HERMANN J. ‘‘Swift’s A Description of the Morning (1709), ll. 11–12 and 14’’


WARD, JAMES. ‘‘Which Crisis? The Politics of Distress in A Modest Proposal’’


WOOLLEY, DAVID. ‘‘The Textual History of A Tale of a Tub’’


YOUNG, HEATHER. ‘‘Satire as a Virus: Inhabitation and Transformation in Swift’s Tale’’



CARBONI, PIERRE. ‘‘ ‘Autumn’ de James Thomson: Voix dissonantes et harmonie d’une po�tique august�enne �cossaise’’ (‘‘ ‘Autumn’ by James Thomson: Dissonant Voices and Harmony in Augustan Scottish poetry’’)



BUTLER, DAVID. ‘‘The Catholic London District in the Eighteenth Century’’


COLMAN, CLARK STUART. ‘‘The Glorious Revolution of 1688 in Cumberland and Westmorland: ‘The Merit of this Action’ ’’


CRUICKSHANKS, EVELINE. ‘‘Walpole’s Tax on Catholics’’


OATES, JONATHAN D. ‘‘Jacobitism and Popular Disturbances in Northern England, 1714–1719’’



BIGNAMI, MARIA LUISA. ‘‘What the Writers Said: Self-reflexive Statements in Early British Fiction’’


BRANT, CLARE. ‘‘Murder She Wrote? The Real and Imagined Letters of Mary Blandy’’


CONWAY, ALISON. ‘‘Known Fact or Urban Legend? Nell Gwynn’s Oxford Pronouncement’’


DACOME, LUCIA. ‘‘Resurrecting by Numbers in Eighteenth-Century England’’


DIMIT, ROBERT G. ‘‘‘Why, you. . . I oughta’. . .’’: Aposiopesis and the Natural Language of the Passions, 1670–1770’’


DUGAW, DIANNE and AMANDA POWELL. ‘‘Sapphic Self-Fashioning in the Baroque Era: Women’s Petrarchan Parody in English and Spanish’’


FAIRER, DAVID. ‘‘ ‘The Year Runs Round’: The Poetry of Work in Eighteenth-Century England’’


FANNING, CHRISTOPHER. ‘‘The Scriblerian Sublime’’


GOWLAND, ANGUS. ‘‘The Problem of Early Modern Melancholy’’


GURR, JENS MARTIN. ‘‘ ‘Let me suppose thee for a Ship a-while’: Nautical Metaphors and Contemporary Politics in Eighteenth-Century Translations of Horace’s Ode, I, xiv’’


HENRY, ANNE C. ‘‘Blank Emblems: The Vacant Page, the Interleaved Book and the Eighteenth-Century Novel’’


INGRAM, ALLAN. ‘‘Steering toward Sanity: The Compass Points of Madness in Eighteenth-Century Britain’’


KELLEY, ANNE. ‘‘ ‘Her Zeal for the Publick Good’: The Political Agenda in Elizabeth Burnet’s A Method of Devotion (1708)’’


KEWES, PAULINA. ‘‘Acts of Remembrance, Acts of Oblivion: Rhetoric, Law, and National Memory in Early Restoration England’’


KONDO, HIROKO. ‘‘Francesco Algarotti and his Grand Tour’’


MACKIE, ERIN. ‘‘Boys Will Be Boys: Masculinity, Criminality, and the Restoration Rake’’


MCMORRAN, WILL. ‘‘From Quixote to Caractacus: Influence, Intertextuality, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’’


MENELY, TOBIAS. ‘‘Animal Signs and Ethical Significance: Expressive Creatures in the British Georgic’’


MORRIS, MARILYN. ‘‘Transgendered Perspectives on Premodern Sexualities’’


NEWBERRY, PAUL. ‘‘Emerging Emotion Theory: Forgiveness and Repetition’’


‘‘Rakes, Male and Female, in the Literatures of the Long Eighteenth Century’’


ROBERTS, DAVID. ‘‘Thomas Betterton, Private Tutor’’


SPIECKERMANN, MARIE-LUISE. ‘‘The Seasons transformed into Die Jahreszeiten: James Thomson’s Poem and Gottfried van Swieten’s Libretto’’


WALKER, ROBERT G. ‘‘A Source for ‘Waxen Tables’ in Martinus Scriblerus’’


ZUNSHINE, LISA. ‘‘Caught Unawares by a Benefactor: Embodying the Object of Charity in the Eighteenth-Century Novel’’



Clingham, Greg. ‘‘Letters to Headmaster Busby’’



Daniel Defoe.  A Review of the State of the British Nation, ed. John McVeagh


The Religious and Didactic Writings of Daniel Defoe, ed. P. N. Furbank and W. R. Owens. Part I: Volumes 1–5. Part II: Volumes 6–10


JOHN RICHETTI. The Life of Daniel Defoe


HOWARD D. WEINBROT. Menippean Satire Reconsidered: From Antiquity to the Eightteenth Century


Reading Swift: Papers from the Fourth M�nster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, ed. Hermann J. Real and Helgard St�ver-Leidig


SUSAN STAVES. A Literary History of Women’s Writing in Britain, 1660–1789


PAULA R. BACKSCHEIDER. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and Their Poetry: Inventing Agency, Inventing Genre


Women and Poetry: 1660–1750, ed. Sarah Prescott and David E. Shuttleton


THOMAS KEYMER and PETER SABOR. Pamela in the Market Place: Literary Controversy and Print Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland


CYNTHIA SUNDBERG WALL. The Prose of Things: Transformations of Description in the Eighteenth Century



The Correspondence of Dr John Arbuthnot, ed. Angus Ross


The Cambridge Companion to Henry Fielding, ed. C. J. Rawson


SUSAN PRICE KARPUK. Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones: An Index


WILLIAM L. GIBSON. Art and Money in the Writings of Tobias Smollett


PATRICK PARRINDER. Nation and Novel: The English Novel from its Origins to the Present Day




Approaches to Teaching Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, ed. Maximillian E. Novak and Carl Fisher


DANIEL DEFOE. Moll Flanders, ed. Paul A. Scanlon


MARTHA J. KOEHLER. Models of Reading: Paragons and Parasites in Richardson, Burney, and Laclos


TOM JONES. Pope and Berkeley: The Language of Poetry and Philosophy


JONATHAN SWIFT. Correspondance avec le Scriblerus Club, trans. David Bosc


PATRICK DELANY. The Poems of Patrick Delany Comprising Also Poems About Him by Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, and Other Friends and Enemies, ed. Robert Hogan and Donald C. Mell


The New Foundling Hospital for Wit, ed. Donald W. Nichol


The Spectator: Emerging Discourses, ed. Donald J. Newman


AARON HILL. The Works of the Late Aaron Hill, introd. Sandro Jung


MARK S. DAWSON. Gentility and the Comic Theatre of Late Stuart London


DON-JOHN DUGAS. Marketing the Bard: Shakespeare in Performance and Print, 1660–1740


ALLAN PRITCHARD. English Biography in the Seventeenth Century: A Critical Survey


TIMOTHY FEIST. The Stationers’ Voice: The English Almanac Trade in the Early Eighteenth Century


AARON SANTESSO. A Careful Longing: The Poetics and Problems of Nostalgia


ROBERT MARKLEY. The Far East and the English Imagination, 1600–1730


J. DOUGLAS CANFIELD. The Baroque in English Neoclassical Literature


CLEMENT HAWES. The British Eighteenth Century and Global Critique


MAJA-LISA VON SNEIDERN. Savage Indignation: Colonial Discourse From Milton to Swift


LEE WARD. The Politics of Liberty in England and Revolutionary America


PAUL GORING. The Rhetoric of Sensibility in Eighteenth-Century Culture


LYNN FESTA. Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France


Humans and Other Animals in Eighteenth-Century British Culture: Representation, Hybridity, Ethics, ed. Frank Palmeri


DELARIVIER MANLEY. The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works. Series II. Printed Writings, 1641–1700: Part 3, vol. 12, selected and introd. Stephanie Hodgson-Wright


RUTH HERMAN. The Business of a Woman: The Political Writings of Delarivier Manley


The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works. Series II: Printed Writings, 1641–1700: Part 3, vol. 5: Elizabeth Cellier, ed. Mihoko Suzuki


JANE COLLIER. An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting, ed. Katharine A. Craik


M. L. STAPLETON. Admired and Understood: The Poetry of Aphra Behn


SYLVIE AUFFRET-PIGNOT. Une romancière du siècle des Lumières: Sarah Fielding (1710–1768) (A Female Novelist in the Enlightenment)


JEAN I. MARSDEN. Fatal Desire: Women, Sexuality, and the English Stage, 1660–1720


JENNIE BATCHELOR. Dress, Distress and Desire: Clothing and the Female Body in Eighteenth-Century Literature


Whore Biographies 1700–1825, ed. and introd. Julie Peakman. Part 1: Volumes 1–4


Forging Connections: Women’s Poetry from the Renaissance to Romanticism, ed. Anne K. Mellor, Felicity Nussbaum, and Jonathan F. S. Post


KATE RETFORD. The Art of Domestic Life: Family Portraiture in Eighteenth-Century England


The Oxford History of the Irish Book: Volume Three: The Irish Book in English 1550–1800, ed. Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hatfield


WILLIAM ST CLAIR. The Reading Nation in the Romantic Period


STEPHEN MILLER. Conversation: A History of a Declining Art


JOHN FARRELL. Paranoia and Modernity: Cervantes to Rousseau


DAVID S. KATZ. God’s Last Words: Reading the English Bible from the Reformation to Fundamentalism


Men, Women, and the Birthing of Modern Science, ed. Judith P. Zinsser


FRANCIS HUTCHESON. An Inquiry into the Original of Our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue in Two Treatises, ed. Wolfgang Leidhold


FRANCIS HUTCHESON. An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections, with Illustrations on the Moral Sense, ed. Aaron Garrett


DANIEL CAREY. Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson: Contesting Diversity in the Enlightenment and Beyond


Scribleriana Transferred

James May, "Recent Headings and Acquisitions"



Frank H. Ellis, 1916–2007


Harold Love, 1937–2003


Ian A. Bell, 1953–2007


Vinton A. Dearing, 1920–2005


The Democrats’ Joycean Pairing of Swift and



Notorious Lovelaces


‘‘Yorick and Swift’’


‘‘Defoe with a Supercharged Motor’’


Cunningham’s Swift /Travels Collection


On Pope and Browning


Critical Looks


Relevant Advice


From Shandean vol. 17 (2006)