Volume 36, Number 1, Fall 2002

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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"At the Expense of the Public": The Sign Painters' Exhibition of 1762 and the Public Sphere

pp. 1-21
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The Butcher-Kissing Duchess of Devonshire: Between Caricature and Allegory in 1784

pp. 23-46
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Pahin de la Blancherie's Commercial Cabinet of Curiosity (1779-87)

pp. 47-61
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The Theater of Anatomy: The Anatomical Preparations of Honore Fragonard

pp. 63-79
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Exhibition Reviews

Goya: La imagen de la mujer, and : Goya: Images of Women (review)

pp. 81-85
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Naples and Vesuvius on the Grand Tour, and : Rome on the Grand Tour, and : Drawing Italy in the Age of the Grand Tour (review)

pp. 86-92
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William Beckford 1760-1844: An Eye for the Magnificent (review)

pp. 93-97
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Book Reviews

Looking Past the Mirror: Genre Painting Taken Seriously

pp. 99-108
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A Monument to Reynolds

pp. 109-112
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Ethical and Moral Reflections

pp. 112-115
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Mapping a Century of British Poetry and Reassessing Two of Its Poets

pp. 115-119
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How We Write Lives

pp. 119-122
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John Thelwall's Polyvocal Politics

pp. 122-125
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Clearing the Field: New Perspectives on Book History

pp. 125-131
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Got the Cat, and Much Else Besides

pp. 131-135
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The Protean Frances Burney

pp. 135-138
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A Questioning of 'Truths' Universally Acknowledged: Gender and Literary Value in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 138-144
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Plebeian Poets, Women Pastoralists, and the Free Press: Case Studies in the Continued Work of Recovery

pp. 144-148
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Books Received

pp. 149-151
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