Volume 35, Number 1, Fall 2001

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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Géza von Molnár (1932-2001), in memoriam

pp. v-vi
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Articles

Alexander Pope's Windsor Forest: Its Context and Attitudes toward Slavery

pp. 1-17
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Robinson Crusoe, Enumeration, and the Mercantile Fetish

pp. 19-39
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Urban Arcadia: Representations of the "Dialect" of Naples in Linguistic Theory and Comic Theater, 1696-1780

pp. 41-65
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Forum: Memory and the Shaping of Ukrainian National Identity

Forum: Memory and the Shaping of Ukrainian National Identity

pp. 67-69
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Origins of the Unity Paradigm: Ukraine and the Construction of Russian National History (1620-1860)

pp. 70-76
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Recovering the Ancient and Recent Past: The Shaping of Memory and Identity in Early Modern Ukraine

pp. 77-84
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Mapping the Lost Capital:

pp. 85-91
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Izmail Sreznevsky's Zaporozhian Antiquity as a Memory Project

pp. 92-100
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Exhibition Review

Venetian Visions

pp. 101-108
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Book Reviews

Beyond Romanticism: New Books on Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century British Drama

pp. 109-162
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Re-examining the Margius of Eighteenth-Century English Drama

pp. 116-118
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Recent Scholarship on Jane Austen

pp. 119-123
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History in Context: Female Authors and the Genres in Which They Wrote

pp. 124-126
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Reading and Teaching 'Rediscovered' Romantic Authors and Texts

pp. 127-130
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Britannia Waives the Rules: Recent Studies of English Poetry in Principle and Practice

pp. 131-134
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The Road Less Travelled

pp. 135-136
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Reading the Self

pp. 137-139
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Homosexuality and The State: Recent Perspectives

pp. 140-142
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Empire, Revolution, and the British Atlantic World

pp. 143-147
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You've Got Mail

pp. 148-152
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Eighteenth-Century Life in France

pp. 153-155
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Libertinages: The Franco-American Divide

pp. 156-159
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Shifting Focus to Mozart's Operas

pp. 160-162
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Books Received

pp. 163-171
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