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  Volume 30, 2001

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. ix-xi
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The Geography of Enlightenment

Ruins and the Construction of Time: Geological and Literary Perspectives in the Age of Goethe

pp. 1-30
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Constructing the Subaltern: White Creole Culture and Raced Captivity in Eighteenth-Century Dutch Suriname

pp. 31-48
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Gendering the "Union of Hearts": Irish Politics between the Public and Private Spheres

pp. 49-70
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Fair Trade: The Language of Love and Commerce in Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark

pp. 71-89
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John Adams Confronts Turgot

pp. 91-104
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Swift's Servant Problem: Livery and Hypocrisy in the Project for the Advancement of Religion and the Directions to Servants

pp. 105-125
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Clarissa's Relics and Lyric Community

pp. 127-151
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Advertisements for Books in London Newspapers, 1760-1785

pp. 153-164
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Officer and Lady: Pants and Politics in Caroline de la Motte-Fouqué's Das Heldenmädchen aus der Vendée (1816)

pp. 165-181
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Spying, Writing, Authority: Eliza Haywood's Bath Intrigues

pp. 183-199
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"Is He No Man?": Toward an Appreciation of Male Effeminacy in English Dance History

pp. 201-222
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Lancashire Spiritual Culture and the Question of Magic

pp. 223-243
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Parallel Forces: Identity and Authority in Roland Barthes and Tristram Shandy

pp. 245-267
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Addison's Aesthetics of Novelty

pp. 269-288
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Contributors to Volume 30

pp. 289-291
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Executive Board 1999-2000

p. 293
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Patron Members 1999-2000

p. 295
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Sponsoring Members 1999-2000

pp. 295-296
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Institutional Members 1999-2000

p. 296
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Index

pp. 297-301
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Research Areas

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