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  Volume 55, Numbers 2-3, Summer/Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Dispossessed Eighteenth Century

Guest Editors: Jordana Rosenberg and Chi-ming Yang

Introduction: The Dispossessed Eighteenth Century

pp. 137-152

Dispossession and Civil Society: The Ambivalence of Enlightenment Political Philosophy

pp. 153-174

The Political Economy of the English Rogue

pp. 175-191

Wage Slavery, Oriental Despotism, and Global Labor Management in Maria Edgeworth’s Popular Tales

pp. 193-215

Natural Histories of Indigenous Resistance: Alexander Anderson and the Caribs of St. Vincent

pp. 217-233

“A Fixed Melancholy”: Migration, Memory, and the Middle Passage

pp. 235-253

The Transports of Lascar Specters: Dispossessed Indian Sailors in Women’s Romantic Poetry

pp. 255-272

“To see the Issue of these his exorbitant practices”: A Response to “The Dispossessed Eighteenth Century”

pp. 273-282

Transversing the Circuit of Dispossession

pp. 283-288


Contemporary Johnson

pp. 291-294

Drawn Dry with Thanks and Compliments: Blake and the Gift

pp. 295-299

Reading in the Round

pp. 301-305

Mediated Performances: Negotiating the Theater of War on the Late Eighteenth-Century Stage and Page

pp. 307-312

Delectando Monemus: An Examination of the Books That Delighted and Instructed Young Readers 1700–1840

pp. 313-317

Topography as History

pp. 319-323

The Science of Discernment in Early America

pp. 325-330

Notes on Contributors

pp. 331-333

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