1. “Fitted to the Humour of the Age”: Alteration and Print in Swift’s A Tale of a Tub
  2. Katie Lanning
  3. pp. 515-536
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  1. A Comedian on Tragedy: Colley Cibber’s Apology and The Rival Queans
  2. Vivian L. Davis
  3. pp. 537-563
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  1. Between Excess and Inanition: Tobias Smollett’s Medical Model of the State
  2. Douglas Duhaime
  3. pp. 565-591
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  1. Edgeworth’s Belinda and the Gendering of Caricature
  2. David Francis Taylor
  3. pp. 593-624
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  1. « Humour » et « Wit »: Faire l’histoire de deux mots dans l’Angleterre moderne (XVIIe–XVIIIe siècles)
  2. François Lavie
  3. pp. 625-649
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  1. L’Humour noir des Lumières: Diderot, Casanova, Freud
  2. Erik Leborgne
  3. pp. 651-668
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  1. Humour et sociabilité dans les récits galants et les écrits mondains aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles en France
  2. Dominique Hölzle
  3. pp. 669-692
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  1. Rousseau et le combat pour le rire: L’Humour entre gaieté et moquerie
  2. Marco Menin
  3. pp. 693-713
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  1. “Eating, Drinking and Sleeping”: Exploring Thomas Rowlandson’s Peter Plumb’s Diary
  2. Frank Felsenstein
  3. pp. 715-730
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  1. Unholy Laughter
  2. Misty G. Anderson
  3. pp. 731-755
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  1. Introduction: The Senses of Humour/Les Sens de l’humour
  2. Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins, Patrick Coleman
  3. pp. 505-514
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