restricted access   Volume 47, Number 4, Summer 2014

Table of Contents


A Sultan in the Realm of Passion: Coffee in Eighteenth-Century Delhi

pp. 371-388

Sex in Translation: Antoine Léonard Thomas’s Essai sur les femmes and the Enlightenment Debate on Women

pp. 389-405

Living Well is the Best Revenge: Rousseau’s Reveries and the (non) Problem of Forgiveness

pp. 407-423

Primary Sources in Context

A Maṣnavī in Praise of Coffee: [prepared] at the bidding of Nawāb ‘Umdat al-Mulk Amīr Khān Bahādur

pp. 425-427

A Greek Who Gave Up His Freedom in the Eighteenth Century: An Unpublished Document

pp. 429-432

Romanian Academy Library: Document MCDLXXXV/13

pp. 433-434

Review Articles

On Being Revolutionary

pp. 435-438

Enlightened Anatomies

pp. 439-442

An “Impartial Savior”: Religious Pluralism in an Age of Revolution

pp. 443-446

Single Title Reviews

Green Retreats: Women, Gardens, and Eighteenth-Century Culture by Stephen Bending (review)

pp. 447-450

The Letters of Theophilus Lindsey. Vol. 2, 1789–1808 by G. M. Ditchfield (review)

pp. 450-451

The Oxford Handbook of the Ancien Régime by William Doyle (review)

pp. 451-453

Books Received

pp. 455-458

Volume 47 Table of Contents

pp. 463-466