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  Volume 32, 2003

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. ix-xi

Women's Credit

Fashion and Frugality: Eighteenth-Century Pocket Books for Women

pp. 1-18

"Who Shall Restore My Lost Credit?": Rape, Reputation, and the Marriage Market

pp. 19-44

Making Good Use of History: Sarah Robinson Scott in the Republic of Letters

pp. 45-68

Women Poets and Improvisers: Cultural Assumptions and Literary Values in Arcadia

pp. 69-92

Viewing Bodies

"Cruel Disorder": Female Bodies, Eighteenth-Century Fever Narratives, and the Sentimental Novel

pp. 93-121

Re-membering a Body of Work: Anatomist and Anatomical Designer Anna Morandi Manzolini*

pp. 123-154

Views of Women at Work by the Royal Academicians: The Collection Descriptions des arts et m├ętiers (1761-1789)

pp. 155-191

Painting Life, Describing Death: Problems of Representation and Style in the Histoire naturelle

pp. 193-227

Public Wounds: Sexual Bodies and the Origins of State in Nathaniel Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus

pp. 229-244

Politics & History

Imperial Mythologies: Ethnicity and Rebellion on the Eighteenth-Century Venetian Stage

pp. 245-276

Was Dryden a "Cryptopapist" in 1681?

pp. 277-296

Yankees Caught in the Crossfire: The Trials and Travails of Americans in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France

pp. 297-322

Picturing the Caribbean in the Global British Landscape

pp. 323-346

Exotic Islands and the Stranded Traveler in the Works of Caspar David Friedrich

pp. 347-369


Contributors to Volume 32

pp. 371-373

Executive Board

Executive Board 2002-2003

p. 374


Patron Members 2002-2003

p. 375

Sponsoring Members 2002-2003

pp. 375-376

Institutional Members 2002-03

p. 376



pp. 377-385

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