Volume 40, Number 1, Fall 2006

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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A Conversation of Their Own: Watering-Place Correspondence Among the Bluestockings

pp. 1-21
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Pains and Pleasures of the Automaton: Frances Burney's Mechanics of Coming Out

pp. 23-49
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Frances Burney's Camilla : "to print my Grand Work...by subscription"

pp. 51-68
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Who Says She's a Bourgeois Writer? Reconsidering the Social and Political Contexts of Jane Austen's Novels

pp. 69-84
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Searching for Virtue: Physiognomy, Sociability and Taste in Isabelle Teotochi Albrizzi's Ritratti

pp. 85-108
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Review Articles

Lives And Dislikes: Johnson's Lives of the Poets

pp. 109-115
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Biographers for Hire

pp. 116-120
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"The Dream of the Botanical Monograph": Process not Product

pp. 120-123
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Confrontations with Rousseau's Historiographical and Pedagogical Legacy

pp. 124-126
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Dating the Eighteenth Century in German Literary History

pp. 126-132
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Reading the Season in Work on Women Writers: A Time to Mourn and a Time to Celebrate?

pp. 132-135
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Imagining the Possible

pp. 135-141
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Knowing Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Novel

pp. 141-144
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Women, Art, and Culture in Eighteenth-Century France

pp. 144-148
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Forum

On Dror Wahrman's The Making of the Modern Self: Identity and Culture in Eighteenth-Century England

pp. 149-156
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Exhibition Reviews

Cosmopolitan Rome

pp. 157-162
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"Quoi! C'est Marie-Antoinette, la?": Reflections on the Recent Exhibition in Bordeaux

pp. 162-172
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Books Received

Books Received from April through June 2006

pp. 173-174
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