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  Volume 45, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Recent Articles

pp. 177-225
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Note

Defoe’s Birth

pp. 225-230
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Book Reviews

Swift and Pope: Satirists in Dialogue by Dustin Griffin (review)

pp. 230-233
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The Cambridge Introduction to Eighteenth-Century Poetry by John Sitter (review)

pp. 233-235
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Defoe and the Whig Novel: A Reading of the Major Fiction by Leon Guilhamet, and: Defoe’s Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak ed. by Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher (review)

pp. 235-239
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A Critical Study of Daniel Defoe’s Verse: Recovering the Neglected Corpus of His Poetic Work by Andreas K. E. Mueller (review)

pp. 239-240
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Books Briefly Noted

Politics and Literature in the Age of Swift: English and Irish Perspectives ed. by Claude Rawson (review)

pp. 240-243
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Swift’s Travels: Eighteenth-Century British Satire and Its Legacy ed. by Nicholas Hudson and Aaron Santesso (review)

pp. 243-245
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Swift as Priest and Satirist ed. by Todd C. Parker (review)

pp. 245-247
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The Snare in the Constitution: Defoe and Swift on Liberty by Zouheir Jamoussi (review)

pp. 247-248
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Interviews by Michael Winterbottom (review)

pp. 248-249
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“Arms and the Man I Sing . . .”: A Preface to Dryden’s Aeneid by Arvid Løsnes (review)

pp. 249-250
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The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson ed. by Anna Laetitia Barbauld (review)

pp. 250-251
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Clarissa. Or, the History of a Young Lady (An Abridged Edition) by Samuel Richardson (review)

pp. 251-253
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A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy by Laurence Sterne (review)

pp. 253-255
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The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Secularization of Ethics by Carol Stewart (review)

pp. 255-256
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A Modest Proposal in the Context of Swift’s Irish Tracts: A Relevance-Theoretic Study by Maria-Angeles Ruiz Moneva (review)

pp. 256-258
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Richard Bentley: Poetry and Enlightenment by Kristine Louise Haugen (review)

pp. 258-260
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Hogarth’s Hidden Parts: Satiric Allusion, Erotic Wit, Blasphemous Bawdiness and Dark Humour in Eighteenth-Century English Art by Bernd W. Krysmanski (review)

pp. 260-262
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Force or Fraud: British Seduction Stories and the Problem of Resistance, 1660–1760 by Toni Bowers (review)

pp. 262-264
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Dangerous Women, Libertine Epicures, and the Rise of Sensibility, 1670–1730 by Laura Linker (review)

pp. 264-266
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Women’s Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550–1700 by Kate Chedgzoy (review)

pp. 266-267
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Of Love and War: The Political Voice in the Early Plays of Aphra Behn by Judy A. Hayden (review)

pp. 267-269
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Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650–1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act ed. by Catie Gill (review)

pp. 269-271
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Inferior Politics: Social Problems and Social Policies in Eighteenth-Century Britain by Joanna Innes (review)

pp. 271-272
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Boyle: Between God and Science by Michael Hunter (review)

pp. 272-273
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Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660–1832: Essays in Honour of James E. Bradley ed. by Robert D. Cornwall and William Gibson (review)

pp. 273-275
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Recovering Bishop Berkeley: Virtue and Society in the Anglo-Irish Context by Scott Breuninger (review)

pp. 275-277
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The Nature and Uses of Eighteenth-Century Book Subscription Lists by Hugh Reid (review)

pp. 277-278
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The Constitution of Literature: Literacy, Democracy, and Early English Literary Criticism by Lee Morrissey (review)

pp. 278-279
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Angel of Death: The Story of Smallpox by Gareth Williams (review)

pp. 279-281
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Scribleriana Transferred: Manuscripts and Printed Matter, 2010–2012, Part 1

pp. 281-291
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Scholia

p. 292
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Scribleriana

pp. 293-295
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