restricted access   Volume 14, Number 2, Spring 2014

Table of Contents


pp. 1-2


Comfort, the Acceptable Face of Luxury: An Eighteenth-Century Cultural Etymology

pp. 3-21

The Legal Fiction and Epistolary Form: Frances Burney’s Evelina

pp. 22-40

Richardson’s Pamela, Defoe’s Roxana, and Emulation Anxiety in Eighteenth-Century Britain

pp. 42-62

Keep Bleeding: Hemorrhagic Sores, Trade, and the Necessity of Leaky Boundaries in Defoe’s Journal of the Plague Year

pp. 62-81

JEMCS Forum: What is Early Modern?

URLy Nouveau: A User’s Guide to Transfashioning the Early Modern

pp. 82-87

The Finite Renaissance

pp. 88-93

Linguistics, Lexicography, and the “Early Modern”

pp. 94-99

Early Modern as Brand Name

pp. 100-102

Book Reviews

Women as Translators in Early Modern England by Deborah Uman (review)

pp. 104-109

Curiosity: How Science Became Interested in Everything by Philip Ball (review)

pp. 108-112

Notes on Contributors

pp. 113-116