restricted access   Volume 41, Number 4, Summer 2008

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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The Monarchy of Virtue: The Prix de Vertu and the Economy of Emulation in France, 1777–91

pp. 443-458
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“An Account of an Unaccountable Distemper”: The Experience of Pain in Early Eighteenth-Century England and France

pp. 459-480
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Retraining the Virtuoso’s Gaze: Behn’s Emperor of the Moon, The Royal Society, and the Spectacles of Science and Politics

pp. 481-506
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“Call No Man Master Upon Earth”: Mary Astell’s Tory Feminism and an Unknown Correspondence

pp. 507-523
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War at a Distance: Court-Martial Narratives in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 525-542
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Spectacle, Exoticism, and Display in the Gentleman’s House: The Fonthill Auction of 1822

pp. 543-563
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Review Articles

Locating Southey

pp. 565-568
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Style and Society: Painting in Eighteenth-Century France

pp. 568-574
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Women’s Travel Writings in Revolutionary France

pp. 574-578
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Angelica Kauffmann, the Elusive Painter

pp. 578-585
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Single Titles

Hanover and the British Empire, 1700–1837 (review)

pp. 587-588
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Selected Writings on Aesthetics (review)

pp. 589-591
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A Companion to the Works of Friedrich Schiller (review)

pp. 591-593
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Sociable Criticism in England, 1625–1725 (review)

pp. 593-595
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The Feminization of Fame, 1750–1830 (review)

pp. 595-597
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The Anthropology of the Enlightenment (review)

pp. 597-599
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At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past (review)

pp. 599-600
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The Road to Jerusalem: Pilgrimage and Travel in the Age of Discovery (review)

pp. 600-602
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Books Received

Books Received from January through March 2008

pp. 603-606
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