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Eighteenth-Century Studies 38.4 (2005) 705-707



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Volume 38

Table of Contents

Articles

V BERNADETTE FORT
Editor's Note
1 ANGELA ROSENTHAL
Raising Hair
17 JOHANNES ENDRES
Diderot, Hogarth, and the Aesthetics of Depilation
39 SARAH R. COHEN
Chardin's Fur: Painting, Materialism, and the Question of Animal Soul
63 MALCOLM BAKER
"No cap or wig but a thin hair upon it": Hair and the Male Portrait Bust in England around 1750
79 MARGARET K. POWELL AND JOSEPH ROACH
Big Hair
101 AMELIA RAUSER
Hair, Authenticity, and the Self-Made Macaroni
119 MARY K. GAYNE
Illicit Wigmaking in Eighteenth-Century Paris
139 CHRISTIANE HOLM
Sentimental Cuts: Eighteenth-Century Mourning Jewelry with Hair
145 GILL PERRY
Staging Gender and "Hairy Signs": Representing Dorothy Jordan's Curls
165 ALDEN CAVANAUGH
The Coiffure of Jean-Baptiste Greuze
183 DESMOND HOSFORD
The Queen's Hair: Marie-Antoinette, Politics, and DNA
201 NINA RATTNER GELBART
The Blonding of Charlotte Corday
V TIMOTHY MORTON AND JULIA SIMON
Editors' Note
227 DORIS GARRAWAY
Race, Reproduction, and Family Romance in Moreau de Saint-Méry's Description . . . de la partie française de l'isle Saint-Domingue
247 REBECCA PROBERT
The Impact Of The Marriage Act Of 1753: Was It Really 'A Most Cruel Law For The Fair Sex'? [End Page 705]
263 MICHAEL WINSTON
Medicine, Marriage, and Human Degeneration in the French Enlightenment
283 TEDRA OSELL
Tatling Women in the Public Sphere: Rhetorical Femininity and the English Essay Periodical
301 DAVID ALLAN
Opposing Enlightenment: Reverend Charles Peters' Reading of the Natural History of Religion
399 JAMES H. JOHNSON
Deceit and Sincerity in Early-Modern Venice
417 LARRY WOLFF
"Depraved Inclinations": Libertines and Children in Casanova's Venice
441 MELISSA E. SANCHEZ
Libertinism and Romance in Rochester's Poetry
461 JENNINE HURL-EAMON
The Westminster Impostors: Impersonating Law Enforcement in Early Eighteenth-Century London
485 ANNE BETTY WEINSHENKER
Idolatry and Sculpture in Ancien Régime France
509 DAVID ALVAREZ
"Poetical Cash": Joseph Addison, Antiquarianism, and Aesthetic Value
IV NOTICE
557 PHILIP CONNELL
Death and the Author: Westminster Abbey and the Meanings of the Literary Monument
587 SARAH PRESCOTT
The Cambrian Muse: Welsh Identity and Hanoverian Loyalty in the Poems of Jane Brereton (1685–1740)
605 REBECCA TIERNEY-HYNES
Shaftesbury's Soliloquy: Authorship and the Psychology of Romance
623 BENEDICT LECA
An Art Book and its Viewers: The "Recueil Crozat" and the Uses of Reproductive Engraving
651 LAUREN CLAY
Provincial Actors, the Comédie-Française, and the Business of Performing in Eighteenth-Century France [End Page 706]

Exhibition Reviews

547 MICHAEL E. YONAN
Dresden meets the Delta
691 JEFFREY COLLINS
Watteau and the Fête Galante

Book Reviews

323 WINTER 2005
533 SPRING 2005
681 SUMMER 2005

Books Received

393 WINTER 2005
553 SPRING 2005
697 SUMMER 2005

Abstracts

223 FALL 2004
397 WINTER 2005
555 SPRING 2005
701 SUMMER 2005


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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-315X
Print ISSN
0013-2586
Pages
pp. 705-707
Launched on MUSE
2005-07-08
Open Access
No
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