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  Volume 45, Number 3, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Ireland and Enlightenment

Introduction: Ireland and Enlightenment

pp. 345-354

Reading the Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Ireland

pp. 355-378

The Birth of Scottish Philosophy from the Golden Age of Irish Philosophy

pp. 379-392

The Biter Bitten: Ireland and the Rude Enlightenment

pp. 393-407

“With Every Wish to Reconcile”: The Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Charles O’Conor of Belanagare (1796) and Religious Enlightenment in Ireland

pp. 409-422

Wolfe Tone’s Library: The United Irishmen and “Enlightenment”

pp. 423-435

Review Articles

Rude Britannia: New Perspectives on Caricature

pp. 437-440

The Art of Empire

pp. 440-442

Early American Manhood: Worlds Gained, Worlds Lost

pp. 443-445

Single Title Reviews

The Things Things Say (review)

pp. 447-449

Women and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Britain (review)

pp. 449-451

The Fragmentary Poetic: Eighteenth-Century Uses of an Experimental Mode (review)

pp. 451-453

Thomas Sheridan’s Career and Influence: An Actor in Earnest (review)

pp. 453-455

Recovering Bishop Berkeley: Virtue and Society in the Anglo-Irish Context (review)

pp. 455-457

Pygmalion in Bavaria: The Sculptor Ignaz Günther and Eighteenth-Century Aesthetic Art Theory (review)

pp. 457-459

Citizen Spectator: Art, Illusion, and Visual Perception in Early National America (review)

pp. 459-461

The Child Reader 1700–1840 (review)

pp. 461-463

The Lives of David Brainerd: The Making of an American Evangelical Icon (review)

pp. 463-465

Unnatural Rebellion: Loyalists in New York City during the Revolution (review)

pp. 465-467

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 469-472

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