Autumn 2011

Vol. XLIV, No. 1


R ecent A rticles


Lubey , K athleen.   “Erotic Interiors in Joseph Addison’s Imagination”



Bowles-Smith, Emily.   “Aphra Behn’s Triumph in Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘From the Country to

the City’”

Goulding, Susan.  “Aphra Behn’s ‘Stories of Nuns’: Narrative Diversion and ‘Sister Books’”

Kunin, Aaron.  “Facial Composure and Management in Behn’s Novels”

Lowe, Leah.  “Gender and (Im)morality in Restoration Comedy: Aphra Behn’s The Feigned


Overton, Bill.  “Aphra Behn and the Verse Epistle”



Bowles-Smith, Emily. “Perfect Patterns of Conjugal Love and Duty: George Ballard’s

Domestic Ideologies in His Lives of Elizabeth Egerton and Margaret Cavendish”

Boyle, Deborah.  “Margaret Cavendish’s Nonfeminist Natural Philosophy”



Barnard, John.   “Creating an English Literary Canon, 1679-1720: Jacob Tonson, Dryden and




Lindner, Oliver. Bestsellerautor und Erziehungsinstanz. Die Defoe-Rezeption in der DDR”

Mowry, Melissa. “Women, Work, Rearguard Politics, and Defoe’s Moll Flanders

Novak, MaximillianE. “The Cave and the Grotto: Realist Form and Robinson Crusoe’s

Imagined Interiors”

O’Malley, Andrew.  “Acting out Crusoe: Pedagogy and Performance in Eighteenth-Century Children’s Literature.

Seager, Nicholas.   “‘A Romance the likest to Truth that I ever read’: History, Fiction, and

Politics in Defoe’s Memoirs of a Cavalier

VanSant, Ann. “Crusoe’s Hands”

Wilson, Francis.  “The Dark Side of Utopia: Misanthropy and the Chinese Prelude to Defoe’s

Lunar Journey”



Barnard, John.   “Creating an English Literary Canon, 1679-1720: Jacob Tonson, Dryden and


Pappa, Joseph.   “Unrecorded Allusions to Dryden in Thomas Southerne’s The Wives Excuse




Batt, Jennifer.  “From the Field to the Coffeehouse: Changing Representations of Stephen




Chibka, RobertL.  “Henry Fielding, Mentalist: Ins and Outs of Narration in Tom Jones

Dobranski, StephenB.  “What Fielding Doesn’t Say in Tom Jones

Downie, J. A. “Henry Fielding, Magistrate” 

Ferrari, Roberta.  “‘A Foundling at the Crossroads’: Fielding, Tradition(s) and a ‘Dantesque

Reading of Tom Jones

Janes, Regina.  “Fielding and the Case of the Misguided Reader”

King, Kathryn R. Henry and Eliza: Feudlings or Friends”

Langille , E. M.   Fielding, La Place’s Histoire de Tom Jones and Candide

Lund, RogerD.  “The Problem with Parsons: Joseph Andrews and the ‘Contempt of the Clergy’


Lupton, Christina.  “Marriage as a Literary Problem in Fielding’s Amelia

McCrea, Brian. “Fielding’s ‘Omniscient’ Narrator: Romances, Newspapers, and the Voice of

True History”

Power, Henry. “The Better Part of Henry Fielding”



Barney, RichardA.  “The Splenetic Sublime:  Anne Finch, Melancholic Physiology, and



Gildon :

Nowka, Scott.  “Talking Coins and Thinking Smoke-Jacks: Satirizing Materialism in Gildon

and Sterne”



King, KathrynR.  “Eliza Haywood, Savage Love, and Biographical Uncertainty”

Oakleaf, David.   “Circulating the Name of a Whore: Eliza Haywood’s Betsy Thoughtless,

Betsy Careless and the Duplicities of the Double Standard”



Miller, Keith.  “Five Men in a Boat: Were William Hogarth and his Friends the first


Immel, Andrea.  “The Didacticism That Laughs: John Newbery’s Entertaining Little Books and William Hogarth’s Pictured Morals.”



Jansen, ArneC.   “Bernard Mandeville: Some Recent Genealogical Discoveries”



Moon, Hi Kyung.  “The Eluding Self and (Auto)biographical Authority: Delarivier Manley’s




Winch, Alison.  “‘in plain English, stark naked’: Orlando, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and

Reclaiming Sapphic Connections”



Hunter, J. Paul.  “Manliness and Poetry, and Pope:  Gender, Language, Nation”

King, EdmundG. C. “Pope’s 1723-24 Shakespeare, Classical Editing, and Humanistic Reading


Lund, RogerD.   “‘The Filigree Game’: Imitation and Mock-Form in Pope’s Pastorals

Rogers, Pat. “Pope in Arcadia”

Rumbold, Valerie. “Pope and Gender”

Sherbo, Arthur.  “Pope and Gray: Gleanings from the 1821 Boswell-Malone Shakespeare

Sitter, John. “Pope’s Versification and Voice”

Weinbrot, HowardD.  “Pope and the Classics”



Dussinger, JohnA.  “An Overlooked Aesop from Samuel Richardson’s Press”

Latimer, Bonnie.   “Leaving Little to the Imagination: The Mechanics of Didacticism in Two

Children’s Adaptations of Samuel Richardson’s Novels”

Lipsedge, Karen.  “‘I was also absent at my dairy-house’: The Representation and Symbolic

Function of the Dairy House in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa

Nace, NicholasD. “More Aaron Hill in Clarissa

Nace, NicholasD. “Samuel Richardson’s ‘Post-Office Bullet’”

Thomason, LauraE.   “Hester Chapone as a Living Clarissa in Letters on Filial Obedience and

A Matrimonial Creed”

Valenza, Robin.   “How Literature Becomes Knowledge: A Case Study”

Walker, RobertG.   “Richardson and the Classics: Two Notes (Converging)”



Drury, Joseph.  “The Novel and the Machine in the Eighteenth Century”

Noonan, Will. Humour and the Metafiction of History: Uneasy Laughter in Tristram Shandy

and Jacques the Fatalist

Nowka, Scott.  “Talking Coins and Thinking Smoke-Jacks: Satirizing Materialism in Gildon

and Sterne”



Freedman, William.  “The Grotesque Body in the Hollow Tub:   Swift’s Tale

Hammond, Brean S. and NicholasSeager.   “Jonathan Swift’s Historical Novel: The

Memoirs of Capt. John Creichton (1731)

Haworth, Richard.  “Jonathan Swift and the Geography of Laracor

Katritzky, Linde.  “Scatology in Swift’s Poetry and Burton’s Anatomy

Lynall, Gregory.   “‘An Author Bonæ Notæ , and an Adeptus ,’ Swift’s Alchemical Satire and

Satiric Alchemy in ATale of a Tub

May, JamesE.  Swiftiana in the Antiquarian Book Trade, 2007-2009, with Extended Notes on

Editions of John Partridge, TheTatler, and Early Biographies of Swift”

Real, HermannJ.  “Swift and Flavius Vopiscus

Real, HermannJ.  “The Holdings of the Ehrenpreis Centre: Swift’s Lives in Poetry, Drama,

and Fiction”

Womersley, David.   “Souvenirs of Mortal Pain:   Jonathan Swift and the abbé Guiscard’s

assassination attempt on Lord Treasurer Harley”

Zimpfer, Nathalie.   “Swift and Religion: From Myth to Reality”



Baker, AlvinL. “Investigating the Rumors and the Causes of Thomas Creech’s Suicide”

Barnard, John.   “Creating an English Literary Canon, 1679-1720: Jacob Tonson, Dryden and


Berg, Jan vanden.   “Did Reimarus Use (Implicitly) the Work of the English Deist Thomas

Morgan? Some Methodological Questions”

Berg, Jan vanden.   “Should Conyers Middleton (1683-1750), Principal Librarian in

Cambridge, be Regarded as a Deist?”

Levin, Richard.  “Early Modern English ‘Back’: Erotic But Not Phallic Uses”

Sedlmayr, Gerold. “Insular Insanities: Going Mental in Early Eighteenth-Century BritainNote

NEW, MELVYN.  “Laurence Sterne, William Combe, and Samuel Boyce: ‘A Trio’”


Book Reviews

SandraMacpherson, Harm’s Way: Tragic Responsibility and the Novel Form

The Age of Projects, ed. Maximillian E. Novak

The Cambridge Companion to Laurence Sterne , ed. Thomas Keymer

MichaelMcKeon.  The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of


Mrs. Delany and Her Circle , ed. Mark Laird and Alicia Weisberg-Roberts

StevePincus.  1688: The First Modern Revolution


Books Briefly Noted

TobiasSmollett. Humphrey Clinker , ed. Shaun Regan

W. B. G erard.   Laurence Sterne and the Visual Imagination

MelindaAllikerRabb.  Satire and Secrecy in English Literature from 1650 to 1750

NicholasRowe.  The Life of Shakespeare

SirWilliamTemple . U pon the Gardens of Epicurus

StuartSillars.  The Illustrated Shakespeare, 1709-1875

AnjaMüller.   Framing Childhood in Eighteenth-Century English Periodicals and Prints,

AlisonConway.  The Protestant Whore: Courtesan Narrative & Religious Controversy in

England, 1680-1750

LoisPetersAgnew.  Outward, Visible Propriety: Stoic Philosophy and Eighteenth-Century


KirstenT. Saxton.  Narratives of Women and Murder in England, 1680-1760

ShannonMiller.  Engendering the Fall: John Milton and Seventeenth-Century Women Writers


SophieGee.  Making Waste: Leftovers and the Eighteenth-Century Imagination

JulieCandler Hayes.   Translation, Subjectivity and Culture in France and England, 1600-


CarolWatts. The Cultural Work of Empire: The Seven Years’ War and the Imagining of the


Fear, Exclusion and Revolution: Roger Morrice and Britain in the 1680s , ed. Jason McElligott

The History of the Book in the West: 1700-1800 , ed. Eleanor F. Shevlin

Mentoring in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture , ed. Anthony W. Lee

YuLiu.  Seeds of a Different Eden: Chinese Gardening Ideas and a New English Aesthetic


LoisPetersAgnew.  Outward, Visible Propriety: Stoic Philosophy and Eighteenth-Century   British Rhetorics

AnthonyAshleyCooper,thirdEarlofShaftesbury . Standard Edition: Complete Works,

Selected Letters and Posthumous Writings Edited with a German Translation and a

WayneHudson, Enlightenment and Modernity: The English Deists and Reform

SusannaCentlivre.   The Basset Table

RandyRobertson. Censorship and Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England: The Subtle Art of    Division

Briggs, Asa .  A History of Longmans and Their Books 1724-1990: Longevity in Publishing .

Samuel J. Rogal .  A Bibliographical Survey of the Published Works of the Eighteenth-Century Wesleys (Samuel the Elder, Samuel the            Younger, Mehetabel, John, and Charles)


The authors and titles in the authors and titles in The Cambridge Companion to Laurence Sterne are:

De Voogd, Peter. “Sterne and visual culture”

Fanning, Christopher. “Sterne and print culture”

Folkenflik, Robert. “Tristram Shandy and eighteenth-century narrative”

Harries, Elizabeth. “Words, sex, and gender in Sterne’s novels”

Hawley, Judith. “ Tristram Shandy , learned wit, and Enlightenment knowledge”

Keymer, Thomas. “A Sentimental Journey and the failure of feeling”

New, Melvyn. “Sterne and the modernist moment”

Parnell, Tim. “ The Sermons of Mr. Yorick : the commonplace and the rhetoric of the heart”

Ross, Ian Campbell. “Laurence Sterne’s life, milieu, and literary career”

Walsh, Marcus. “Scriblerian satire, A Political Romance, the ‘Rabelaisian Fragment’, and the

         origins of Tristram Shandy

Watts, Carol. “Sterne’s ‘politicks’, Ireland, and evil speaking”

Wehrs, Donald. “Postcolonial Sterne”


The authors and titles in  Fear, Exclusion and Revolution are:

De Krey, Gary S. “Reformation and ‘Arbitrary Government’: London Dissenters and James II’s Polity of Toleration, 1687-1688”

Gwynn, Robin. “Roger Morrice and the Huguenot Refugees”

Haynes, Clare. “The Politics of Religious Imagery in the Late Seventeenth Century”

Kemp, Geoff. “L’Estrange and the Publishing Sphere”

Key, Newton E. “‘High feeding and smart Drinking’: Associating Hedge-Lane Lords in Exclusion Crisis London”

Knights, Mark. “Judging Partisan News and the Language of Interest”

Levillain , Charles-Edouard. “London Besieged? The City’s Vulnerability during the Glorious Revolution”

Loveman, Kate. “‘Eminent Cheats’: Rogue Narratives in the Literature of the Exclusion Crisis”

Mendle, Michael. “The ‘prints’ of the Trials: The Nexus of Politics, Religion, Law and Information in Late Seventeenth-Century England”

Starkie, Andrew. “Gilbert Burnet’s Reformation and the Semantics of Popery”

Wykes, David L. “Dissenters and the Writing of History: Ralph Thoresby’s ‘Lives and Characters’”

Zook, Melinda S. “Nursing Sedition: Women, Dissent and the Whig Struggle”


The authors and titles in  Mentoring in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture are:


Bertelsen, Lance. “The Education of Henry Sampson Woodfall, Newspaperman”


Cope, Kevin L. “Raising a Risible Nation: Merry Mentoring and the Art (and Sometimes


 Science) of Joking Greatness”


Cotterill, Anne. “‘Manly Strength with Modern Softness’: Dryden and the Mentoring of Women




Hammond, Brean and Nicholas Seager. “‘I will have you spell right, let the world go how it


will’: Swift the (Tor)mentor


Hedrick, Elizabeth. “The Duties of a Scholar: Samuel Johnson in Piozzi’s Anecdotes


Johnson, James William. “‘Reverend Shapes’: Lord Rochester’s Many Mentors”


Langille, E. M. “Candide and Tom Jones: Voltaire, Perched on Fielding’s Shoulders”


Lee, Anthony W. “Who’s Mentoring Whom? Mentorship, Alliance, and Rivalry in the Carter


-Johnson Relationship”


Nace, Nicholas D. “Filling Blanks in the Richardson Circle: The Unsuccessful Mentorship of


            Urania Johnson”


Rogers, Shef. “Alexander Pope: Perceived Patron, Misunderstood Mentor”


Simmons, Thomas. “The Text of the Missed Encounter: Mentorship as Absence in Smart,


 Johnson, Bate, and Trilling”


Sloan, Margaret Kathryn. “Mothers, Marys, and Reforming ‘The Rising Generation’: Mary


 Wollstonecraft and Mary Hays”






Chris Chambers’ Gulliver’s Travels

300th Anniversary of Essay on Criticism

Lerman on Pope and Johnson

Gulliver and David Kepesh

Milan Kundera and Sterne