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  Volume 42, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. vii-xi


Erotic Spirituality and the Catholic Revival in Napoleonic Paris: The Curious History of Antonio Canova’s Penitent Magdalen

pp. 1-20

Beaumarchais’ Revolution: Genre, Politics, and Theatricality in La Mère coupable

pp. 21-47

The Jesuit and the Libertine: Some Early Reception of Mozart’s Don Giovanni

pp. 49-79

Staging Europe: Theatricality and Painting at the Chinese Imperial Court

pp. 81-102

“Kings and their crowns”: Signs of Monarchy and the Spectacle of New World Otherness in Heroic Drama and Public Pageantry

pp. 103-121

Re-Reading Nature and Otherness in Chateaubriand’s Voyage en Amérique: A Case for the Biophilia Effect

pp. 123-145

Beauty and the Beast: Animals in the Visual and Material Culture of the Toilette

pp. 147-170

Drawing and History in the Comte de Caylus’ Recueil d’antiquités

pp. 171-189

Publishers and Gendered Readership in English-Language Editions of Il Newtonianismo per le Dame

pp. 191-214

Graffigny’s Self, Graffigny’s Friend: Intimate Sharing in the Correspondance1750–52

pp. 215-236

The Poetics of Enclosure in Sense and Sensibility

pp. 237-269

Mediating Happiness: Performances of Jane Austen’s Narrators

pp. 271-289

The “Famous Mrs. Barry”: Elizabeth Barry and Restoration Celebrity

pp. 291-320

Contributors to Volume 42

pp. 321-323

ASECS Executive Board 2012–2013

p. 324

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

pp. 325-326

Patron Members 2012–2013 (Con’t)

p. 326

Institutional Members 2012–13

p. 327


pp. 328-337

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