Volume 35, Number 4, Summer 2002

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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Enlightenment Enthusiasms and the Spectacular Failure of the Philadelphian Society

pp. 515-533
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Experience Reading Innocence: Contextualizing Blake's Holy Thursday

pp. 535-562
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Damaris Cudworth Masham, Catharine Trotter Cockburn, and the Feminist Legacy of Locke's Theory of Personal Identity

pp. 563-576
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Ethics and History in Voltaire's Attitudes toward the Jews

pp. 577-600
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Exhibition Reviews

Art on the Line: The Royal Academy Exhibitions at Somerset House 1780-1836 [exhibition], and: Art on the Line: The Royal Academy Exhibitions at Somerset House 1780-1836 (review)

pp. 601-608
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The Art of the Timekeeper: Masterpieces from the Winthrop Edey Bequest [exhibition], and: The Art of the Timekeeper: Masterpieces from the Winthrop Edey Bequest (review)

pp. 609-614
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Book Reviews

Gothic Readers versus Gothic Writers

pp. 615-622
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Highlighting Women Writers at the End of the Eighteenth Century

pp. 623-625
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German Studies Go Postcolonial

pp. 625-634
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"From the German of Doctor Ralph": Two New Translations of Voltaire's Candide

pp. 635-637
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Pamela's Entertainment: Authorship, Book History, and the English Canon

pp. 637-642
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Making Sense of National Stereotyping: Two New Comparative Studies

pp. 642-644
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Fundamental Reference Books

pp. 644-654
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Another Face of Enlightenment

pp. 654-656
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Reflections and Refractions of Italy in Britain

pp. 656-659
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Books Received

pp. 661-679
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