Volume 54, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Sensational Subjects

Manushag N. Powell and Rivka Swenson

Introduction

Introduction: Subject Theory and the Sensational Subject

pp. 147-151
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Novel Environments

“It was impossible to know these People”: Secondary Qualities and the Form of Character in A Journal of the Plague Year

pp. 153-167
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What the Eye Cannot See: Interior Landscapes in Mansfield Park

pp. 169-181
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Feeling Things: The Novel Objectives of Sentimental Objects

pp. 183-193
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Tactile Maneuvers

The Tactility of Authorial Names

pp. 195-213
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Charlotte Smith’s Tactile Poetics

pp. 215-230
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Burke, Biomedicine, and Biobelligerence

pp. 231-243
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Technological Difficulties

Listening to the Voice on the Page: Joshua Steele and Technologies of Recording

pp. 245-261
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“Without the Help of Glasses”: The Anthropocentric Spectacle of Nehemiah Grew’s Botany

pp. 263-277
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The Limits of the Senses in Johnson’s Scotland

pp. 279-294
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 295-296
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