1. From José de Acosta to the Enlightenment: Barbarians, Climate Change, and (Colonial) Technology as the End of History
  2. Ivonne del Valle
  3. pp. 435-459
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  1. Collective Commerce and the Problem of Autobiography in Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative
  2. Andrew Kopec
  3. pp. 461-478
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  1. A Journal of the Plague Year: Defoe’s Grammatology and the Secrets of Belonging
  2. James Cruise
  3. pp. 479-495
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  1. Mingling with Matter: Tactile Microscopy and the Philosophic Mind in Brobdingnag and Beyond
  2. Kristin M. Girten
  3. pp. 497-520
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  1. Designing and Undrawing Veils: Anxiety and Authorship in Radcliffe’s The Italian
  2. Andrew Warren
  3. pp. 521-544
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  1. The Legendary John Howard and Prison Reform in the Eighteenth Century
  2. David W. Chapman
  3. pp. 545-550
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  1. Eighteenth-Century England’s Chinese Taste
  2. Jeng-Guo S. Chen
  3. pp. 551-558
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  1. Indexing the Indecorous in the Life and Work of William Hogarth
  2. Katherine Mannheimer
  3. pp. 559-564
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  1. Shadowing the Lyric: Tilottama Rajan Reads Romantic Narrative
  2. Thomas Pfau
  3. pp. 565-569
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  1. Friendship, Philosophy, and Argument: An Enlightenment Narrative
  2. Hina Nazar
  3. pp. 571-575
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 577-578
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