THE SCRIBLERIAN

Spring 2007

Vol. XXXIX, No. 2
 

RECENT ARTICLES



 

Addison:

 

ASCARI, MAURIZIO. ��The Role of Addison�s Dream Visions and Oriental Tales in the Nascent Poetics of Short Fiction��

 

BRIGGS, PETER M. ��Joseph Addison and the Art of Listening: Birdsong, Italian Opera, and the Music of the English Tongue��

 

PETTITT, TOM. ��From Stage to Folk: A Note on the Passages from Addison�s Rosamondin the �Truro� Mummers Play��

 

Astell:

 

KOLBRENER, WILLIAM. ��Gendering the Modern: Mary Astell�s Feminist Historiography��

 

Barber:

 

REAL, HERMANN J. �� �To the Dean�: A New Letter by Mary Barber��

 

Behn:

 

GQOLA, PUMLA DINEO. �� �Where there is no novelty, there can be no curiosity�: Reading Imoinda�s Body in Aphra Behn�s Oroonoko, or the Royal Slave��

 

MILLER, ERIC. ��Aphra Behn�s Tigers��

 

Bolingbroke:

 

DICKINSON, H. T. ��St John, Henry, styled first Viscount Bolingbroke (1678�1751)��

 

Davys:

 

DUFF, VIRGINIA. �� �I should not care to mix my breed�: Gender, Race, Class, and Genre in Mary Davys�s The Accomplished Rake , or Modern Fine Gentleman��

 

POTTER, TIFFANY. �� �Decorous Disruption�: The Cultural Voice of Mary Davys��

 

Defoe:

 

HEALY, MARGARET. ��Defoe�s Journal and the English Plague Writing Tradition��

 

ROGERS, PAT. ��Daniel Defoe and the Local Proverb��

 

ROTHMAN, IRVING N. ��Robinson Crusoe in Outer Space: The Power of the Imagination��

 

ROTHMAN, IRVING N. ��Science and Invention in Literature�Divergent Views of Daniel Defoe and Jonathan Swift��

 

SOHIER, JAQUES. ��Moll Flanders and the Rise of the Complete Gentlewoman-Tradeswoman��

 

ZIMMERMAN, EVERETT. ��Robinson Crusoe and No Man�s Land��

 

Diaper:

 

PASSMANN, DIRK F. and HERMANN J. REAL. ��From �Mossy Caves� to �Rowling Waves�: William Diaper�s Nereides: or, Sea-Eclogues��

 

Dryden:

 

ZWICKER, STEVEN N. ��Dryden and the Poetic Career��

 

Fielding:

 

PROBYN, CLIVE. ��Sarah Fielding��

 

Haywood:

 

COLLINS, MARGO. ��Eliza Haywood�s Cross-Gendered Amatory Audience��

 

LUBEY, KATHLEEN. ��Eliza Haywood�s Amatory Aesthetic��

 

Hearne:

 

PITTOCK, JOAN H. ��Thomas Hearne and the Narratives of Englishness��

 

Montagu:

 

BROPHY, SARAH. ��Women, Aging, and Gossip in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu�s Letters of the 1720s��

 

Pope:

 

MATTHEWS, ROGER. ��The Rape of the Lock: Through Stained Glass Lightly��

 

Psalmanazar:

 

LYNCH, JACK. ��Forgery as Performance Art: The Strange Case of George Psalmanazar��

 

Richardson:

 

MIYAZAKI, YOSHIZO. ��Igirisu shosetsu o yomu tanoshimi : Pamira o yomu�� (A Pleasure of Reading English Novels: a Reading of Pamela)

 

Smollett:

 

HAYES, JULIE CANDLER. ��Tobias Smollett and the Translators of the Quixote��

 

PYM, ANTHONY. ��The Translator as Author: Two Quixotes��

 

SIMPSON, KENNETH. ��Tobias Smollett��

 

Steele:

 

HOREJSI, NICOLE. �� �A Counterpart to the Ephesian Matron�: Steele�s �Inkle and Yarico� and Feminist Critique of the Classics��

 

Sterne:

 

BOBKER, DANIELLE. ��Carriages, Conversation, and A Sentimental Journey ��

 

CAZZATO, LUIGI. ��Laurence Sterne and His Paradoxical Aesthetics of the New��

 

FINER, EMILY. ��Eugene Onegin (Pushkin and Sterne) by Viktor Shklovskii��

 

GERARD, W. B. and BRIGITTE FRIANTKESSLER. ��Towards a Catalogue of Illustrated Laurence Sterne��

 

HAAGDORENS, LIESBETH, ��Displacements of Exile in Albert Drach�s Novel Unsentimentale Reise��

 

HENKE, CHRISTOPH. ��Self-Reflexivity and Common Sense in A Tale of a Tub and Tristram Shandy: Eighteenth-Century Satire and the Novel��

 

LUPTON, CHRISTINA. ��Two Texts Told Twice: Poor Richard, Pastor Yorick, and the Case of the Word�s Return��

 

MACKENZIE, SCOTT R. �� Homunculus Economicus : Laurence Sterne�s Labour Theory of Literary Value��

 

MARGGRAF, JENS. ��Laurence Sterne and Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach�s Variation of a Theme��

 

NAGLE, CHRISTOPHER. ��Sterne, Shelley, and Sensibility�s Pleasures of Proximity��

 

NEW, MELVYN. ��Laurence Sterne��

 

NEW, MELVYN and PETER DE VOOGD, ed. ��The Letters from Yorick to Eliza: A New Edition��

 

PATRICK, DUNCAN. ��Tristram�s Dialogue with Death and Thomas Patch�s �Sterne and Death� ��

 

PORTER, ROY. ��And Who Are You��

 

ROSS, IAN CAMPBELL. ��Yorick and Smelfungus: Two Martyrs on the Threshold of the Gods��

 

WILLIAMS, KATE. ��Reading Tristram Shandy in the Brothel: The �Episodic Contagion� and Nocturnal Revels��

 

Swift:

 

BRIGGS, PETER M. ��John Graunt, Sir William Petty, and Swift�s Modest Proposal��

 

CARPENTER, ANDREW. ��On Editing Swift�s Correspondence��

 

FR�ES, JO�O. �� �A Part Omitted� from Swift�s Sentiments of a Church-of-England Man ��

 

GALLET, REN�. ��Un De�constructeur charitable? Swift et la �sagesse de ce monde���

 

HAUGEN, KRISTINE LOUISE. ��Death of an Author: Constructions of Pseudonymity in the Battle of the Books.��

 

ROSS, IAN SIMPSON. ��Satire on Warmongers in Gulliver�s Travels, Books One and Two��

 

ROTHMAN, IRVING N. ��Science and Invention in Literature�Divergent Views of Daniel Defoe and Jonathan Swift��

 

Vanbrugh:

 

DOWNES, KERRY. ��Sir John Vanbrugh��

 

Young:

 

ODELL, D. W. ��Young�s Night Thoughts: Christian Rationalism or Fideism?��

 

Miscellaneous:

 

EZELL, MARGARET J. M. �� �By a Lady�: The Mask of the Feminine in Restoration, Early Eighteenth-Century Print Culture��

 

FAIRER, DAVID. ��The Faerie Queene and Eighteenth-Century Spenserianism��

 

FAIRER, DAVID. ��Persistence, Adaptations and Transformations in Pastoral and Georgic Poetry��

 

HAGGERTY, GEORGE E. ��Keyhole Testimony: Witnessing Sodomy in the Eighteenth Century��

 

HUGHES, DEREK. ��Theatre, Politics and Morality��

 

KOUFFMAN, AVRA. ��Women�s Diaries of Late Stuart England: An Overview��

 

LUND, ROGER. ��Laughing at Cripples: Ridicule, Deformity and the Argument from Design��

 

MUNNS, JESSICA. ��Accounting for Providence: Contemporary Descriptions of the Restoration of Charles II��

 

O�DRISCOLL, SALLY. ��The Lesbian and the Passionless Woman: Femininity and Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century England��

 

PROBYN, CLIVE. ��Paradise and Cotton-mill: Rereading Eighteenth-Century Romance��

 

SCHMIDT-HABERKAMP, BARBARA. �� �Deviating from the Known and Common Way�: Women�s Poetic Self-Representations in the Early Eighteenth Century��

 

SHERMAN, STUART. ��Diary and Autobiography��

 

WEINBROT, HOWARD. ��Bakhtin and Menippean Satire: Soviet Whiggery, Bion, Varro, Horace, and the Eighteenth Century��

 


BOOK REVIEWS

 

P. N. FURBANK and W. R. OWENS. A Political Biography of Daniel Defoe

 

PAT ROGERS. Pope and the Destiny of the Stuarts : History, Politics, and Mythology in the Age of Queen Anne

 

HENRY FIELDING. The History of Tom Jones , A Foundling

 

Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy , ed. Knud Haakonssen

 

Paradise Lost, 1668�1968 : Three Centuries of Commentary

 

HELEN VENDLER. Poets Thinking: Pope Whitman Dickinson Yeats

 


BOOKS BRIEFLY NOTED

 

LAURENCE STERNE. A Sentimental Journey and Continuation of Bramine�s Journal with Related Texts

 

DANIEL DEFOE. The Storm

 

TOM PAULIN. Crusoe�s Secret: The Aesthetics of Dissent

 

JANE DE GAY. Virginia Woolf�s Novels and the Literary Past

 

BETH LYNCH. John Bunyan and the Language of Conviction

 

HARRIET KIRKLEY. A Biographer at Work: Samuel Johnson�s Notes for the ��Life of Pope��

 

JEREMY BARLOW. The Enraged Musician: Hogarth�s Musical Imagery

 

RICHARD CUMBERLAND. A Treatise of the Laws of Nature

 

RONAN DEAZLEY. On the Origin of the Right to Copy : Charting the Movement of Copyright Law in Eighteenth-Century Britain (1695�1775 )

 

MICHAEL PRINCE. Philosophical Dialogue in the British Enlightenment : Theology, Aesthetics and the Novel

 

SARAH FIELDING. The Governess; or, The Little Female Academy

 

TITA CHICO. Designing Women: The Dressing Room in Eighteenth-Century English Literature and Culture

 

ELIZABETH CARTER. Elizabeth Carter, 1717�1806: An Edition of Some Unpublished Letters

 

HERO CHALMERS. Royalist Women Writers 1650�1689

 


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MAY, JAMES. Recent Listings and Acquisitions.

 


SCRIBLERIANA

 

The Defoe Society

 

Pound and The Rape of the Lock

 

Nabokov, Pope, Sterne, and Inchbald

 

 ��Male Guile�� and ��The Undertow of Fascination��

 

The Unsettling History of ��Hallelujah��

 

 ��A More or Less Independent Value��

 

Naipul on Pepys and Dryden

 

 ��The Morning Interview�� and The Rape of the Lock