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  • Volume 40 Table of Contents

Articles

1 ALISON E. HURLEY
A Conversation of Their Own: Watering-Place Correspondence Among the Bluestockings
23 JULIE PARK
Pains and Pleasures of the Automaton: Frances Burney's Mechanics of Coming Out
51 EMMA E. PINK
Frances Burney's Camilla: "to print my Grand Work . . . by subscription"
69 J. A. DOWNIE
Who Says She's a Bourgeois Writer? Reconsidering the Social and Political Contexts of Jane Austen's Novels
85 SUSAN DALTON
Searching for Virtue: Physiognomy, Sociability, and Taste in Isabelle Teotochi Albrizzi's Ritratti
177 CHRISTINA LUPTON
Sincere Performances: Franklin, Tillotson, and Steele on the Plain Style
193 BARBARA M. BENEDICT
Encounters with the Object: Advertisements, Time, and Literary Discourse in the Early Eighteenth-Century Thing-Poem
209 PAULA DE VOS
Natural History and the Pursuit of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Spain
241 GEORGE E. BOULUKOS
Olaudah Equiano and the Eighteenth-Century Debate on Africa
257 JOHN B. LYON
"The Science of Sciences": Replication and Reproduction in Lavater's Physiognomics
279 JEFFREY S. RAVEL
The Coachman's Bare Rump: An Eighteenth-Century French Cover-Up
367 JODY GREENE
Hors d'œuvre
381 GEOFFREY BENNINGTON
Derrida's "Eighteenth Century"
395 PEGGY KAMUF
To Do Justice to "Rousseau," Irreducibly
405 NEIL SACCAMANO
Inheriting Enlightenment, or Keeping Faith with Reason in Derrida [End Page 693]
425 RICHARD TERDIMAN
Determining the Undetermined: Derrida's "University Without Condition"
443 JULIE CANDLER HAYES
Unconditional Translation: Derrida's Enlightenment-to-Come
457 SRINIVAS ARAVAMUDAN
Subjects/Sovereigns/Rogues
467 IAN BALFOUR
The Gift of Example: Derrida and the Origins of the Eighteenth Century
525 DAVID JOHNSON
Representing the Cape "Hottentots," from the French Enlightenment to Post-apartheid South Africa
553 EVE TAVOR BANNET
Quixotes, Imitations, and Transatlantic Genres
571 WILLIAM GIBSON
Tobias Smollett and Cat-for-Hare: The Anatomy of a Picaresque Joke
587 EMMA BARKER
Mme Geoffrin, Painting and Galanterie: Carle Van Loo's Conversation espagnole and Lecture espagnole
615 ANNE ELIZABETH CARSON
"Exquisite Torture": The Autoeroticism of Pope's Eloisa
631 KATHERINE MANNHEIMER
Personhood, Poethood, and Pope: Johnson's Life of Pope and the Search for the Man Behind the Author

Review Articles

651 JOHANNA FASSL
In the Art of the Tiepolo a Single Gesture Is Often Equivalent to a Long Sentence
Calasso, Il rosa Tiepolo; Gealt and Knox, Domenico Tiepolo: A New Testament;
Seydl, Giambattista Tiepolo: Fifteen Oil Sketches
655 RICHARD J. SQUIBBS
Taking Reading Seriously
Black, Of Essays and Reading in Early Modern Britain; Kivy, The Performance of Reading: An Essay in the Philosophy of Literature
659 LORNA CLYMER
The Work of Poetry
Eighteenth-Century English Labouring-Class Poets, 1700–1800, 3 volumes. General editor: John Goodridge; assistant general editor: Simon Kövesi; advisory editor: David Fairer. Vol. I: 1700–1740, ed. William Christmas; Vol. II: 1740–1780, ed. Bridget Keegan; Vol. III: 1780–1800, ed. Tim Burke; Bradford, Augustan Measures: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Writings on Prosody and Metre [End Page 694]
664 ERIC JOHNSON
Libertines and Liberty: State Justice and Changing Regimes in Eighteenth-Century France
Bongie, From Rogue to Everyman: A Foundling's Journey to the Bastille; Andress, The Terror: The Merciless War for Freedom in Revolutionary France
667 NATANIA MEEKER
"My Sade"
Martyn, Sublime Failures: The Ethics of Kant and Sade; Ost, Sade et la loi; Vilmer, Sade moraliste: Le dévoilement de la pensée sadienne à la lumière de la réforme pénale au XVIIIe siècle

Forum

149 KAROL BERGER, JILL CAMPBELL, AND DON HERZOG
Multidisciplinary Views of Dror Wahrman's The Making of the Modern Self: Identity and Culture in Eighteenth-Century England. Winner of the 2004–2005 Louis Gottschalk Prize of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
677 DENISE GIGANTE, MALCOLM ANDREWS, MAUREEN HARKIN
Multidisciplinary views of David Marshall's The Frame of Art: Fictions of Aesthetic Experience, 1750–1815. Winner of the 2005–2006 Louis Gottschalk Prize of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.

Exhibition Reviews

157 JON L. SEYDL
Cosmopolitan Rome
"Il Settecento a Roma." Palazzo Venezia, Rome; Exhibition catalogue: Lo Bianco and Negro, eds., Il Settecento a Roma
162 T. LAWRENCE LARKIN
"Quoi! C'est Marie-Antoinette, là?": Reflections on the Recent Exhibition in Bordeaux
"Marie-Antoinette à Versailles: Le goût d...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-315X
Print ISSN
0013-2586
Pages
pp. 693-696
Launched on MUSE
2007-09-06
Open Access
No
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