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  Volume 21, 1992

Table of Contents


pp. xi-xii

The Literary Revolution of 1789

pp. 3-26

Anna Barbauld's Criticism of Fiction —Johnsonian Mode, Female Vision

pp. 27-41

Versions of "Female Nature" in John Gay's Fan

pp. 43-51

Eroticism in Graphic Art: The Case of William Hogarth

pp. 53-74

Swift and the 'Conjectural Histories' of the Eighteenth Century: The Case of the Fourth Voyage

pp. 75-88

A Dance in the Mind: The Provincial Scottish Philosophical Societies

pp. 89-100

"See Locke on Government": The Two Treatises and the American Revolution

pp. 101-127

Another Turn of the Screw: Prefaces in Swift, Marvell, and Genette

pp. 129-148

"This was a Woman that taught": Feminist Scriptural Exegesis in the Seventeenth Century

pp. 149-158

History, Genre, and Insight in the "Characters" of Lord Chesterfield

pp. 159-176

Historical Fiction: David, Marat, and Napoleon

pp. 177-196

Swift and Patronage

pp. 197-205

Nationality and Knowledge in Eighteenth-Century Italy

pp. 207-218

From Clarens to Hollow Park, Isabelle de Charrière's Quiet Revolution

pp. 219-243

The Origins and Significance of Gossip about Princess Augusta and Lord Bute, 1755-1756

pp. 245-265

Presidential Address: Did Minnesota Have an Eighteenth Century And If So, When?

pp. 267-288

Contributors to Volume 21

pp. 289-290

Executive Board, 1990-91

p. 291

Institutional Members of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

p. 293

Sponsoring Members of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

pp. 295-298

Patrons of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

p. 299


pp. 301-305

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