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  Volume 29, 2000

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. xi-xii
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Allegories of Healing

Physicians, Vitalism, and Gender in the Salon

pp. 1-21
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Joanna Baillie's Plays on the Passions and the Spectacle of Medical Science

pp. 23-46
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Doctor-Patient Correspondence in Eighteenth-Century Britain: A Change in Rhetoric and Relationship

pp. 47-64
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William Smellie's Use of Obstetrical Machines and the Poor

pp. 65-86
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Reading (and Not Reading) Richardson, 1756-1868

pp. 87-103
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The Corporeal City in Blake's Milton and Jerusalem

pp. 105-122
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Optical Instruments and the Eighteenth-Century Observer

pp. 123-153
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Staged Truth and Travel Epistemology in the Lettre à d'Alembert sur les spectacles

pp. 155-172
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The Politics of Happy Matrimony: Cerfvol's La Gamologie ou l'Education des Filles Destinées au Mariage

pp. 173-200
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Historical Pattern as Political Rhetoric: Tory Uses of the Restoration Trope in Power and Opposition

pp. 201-239
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Writing to Mr. Rambler: Samuel Johnson and Exemplary Autobiography

pp. 241-259
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Roxana's Susan: Whose Daughter Is She Anyway?

pp. 261-272
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"All Wove into One": Camilla, the Prose Epic, and Family Values

pp. 273-298
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Masculinity, Femininity, and the Tragic Sublime: Reinventing Lady Macbeth

pp. 299-333
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Ernst Cassirer's Enlightenment: An Exchange with Bruce Mazlish

pp. 335-348
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Ernst Cassirer's Enlightenment: An Exchange with Robert Wokler

pp. 349-359
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Contributors to Volume 29

pp. 361-363
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Executive Board 1998-1999

p. 365
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Patron Members 1998-1999

p. 367
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Sponsoring Members 1998-1999

pp. 367-368
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Institutional Members 1998-1999

p. 368
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Index

pp. 369-373
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Research Areas

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