Volume 37, Number 2, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

From: Eighteenth-Century Studies

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Special Issue: Spaces of Enlightenment

Lights in Space

pp. 171-186
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Consumption and the World of Ideas: Consumer Revolution and the Moral Economy of the Marquis de Mirabeau

pp. 187-213
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Panckoucke and the Circle Squarers

pp. 215-236
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The Dutch Wives' Good Husbandry: Defoe's Roxana and Financial Literacy

pp. 237-251
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The Conscious Swain: Political Pastoral in Pope's Epic

pp. 253-271
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Exhibition Review

Jean-Antoine Houdon: Man of Many Faces

pp. 273-284
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Book Reviews

In Search of a New Paradigm: Recent Work in Revolutionary History, Literature, and Art

pp. 285-291
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Law, Narrative, and Performance

pp. 291-296
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Sensibility and Human Science in the Enlightenment

pp. 296-301
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Cultural Production in the Early American Republic

pp. 301-304
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Reinventing the Sphere: Reading One's Way Into, Within, and Out of Offentlicheit

pp. 304-311
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Northern Dreams of the South: Imagining Italy in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 311-313
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The Perils of Prolixity: New Work on Reading and Writing Clarissa

pp. 314-319
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Beyond Laclos and Sade: Constructing Eighteenth-Century Libertinage

pp. 319-325
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What is an Early Modern Author? Literary Practice, Publication, and Elite Sociability in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century France

pp. 325-329
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Peter the Great and Europe

pp. 329-331
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Shaking the Spheres: Public and Private Lives of Women

pp. 331-334
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 335-339
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