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  • Volume 42 Table of Contents

Articles

1..............................CHARLES H. HINNANT

                               Gifts and Wages: The Structures of Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Fiction and Drama

19............................NORBERT SCHÜRER

                               The Impartial Spectator of Sati, 1757–84

45............................MARCO MUSILLO

                               Reconciling Two Careers: the Jesuit Memoir of Giuseppe Castiglione Lay Brother and Qing Imperial Painter

61............................MARCUS TOMALIN

                               "The new-invented patent-lamp of etymology": Hazlitt, Horne Tooke, and the Philosophy of Language

91............................JOHANN J. K. REUSCH

                               Germans as Noble Savages and Castaways: Alter Egos and Alterity in German Collective Consciousness during the Long Eighteenth Century

131..........................NICHOLAS PAIGE

                               Rousseau's Readers Revisited: The Aesthetics of La Nouvelle Héloïse

155..........................Reviews Editor's Note

193..........................E. CLAIRE CAGE

                               The Sartorial Self: Neoclassical Fashion and Gender Identity in France, 1797–1804

217..........................SUSAN B. EGENOLF

                               "Our fellow-creatures": Women Narrating Political Violence in the 1798 Irish Rebellion

235..........................CHI-MING YANG

                               Asia Out of Place: The Aesthetics of Incorruptibility in Behn's Oroonoko

255..........................ANTHONY GALLUZZO

                               Charles Brockdon Brown's Wieland and the Aesthetics of Terror: Revolution, Reaction, and the Radical Enlightenment in Early American Letters

273..........................BRANDY LAIN SCHILLACE

                               Temporary Failure of Mind: Déjà vu and Epilepsy in Radcliffe's "The Mysteries of Udolpho"

289..........................WILL PRITCHARD

                               New Light on Crumb's Boswell

347..........................GUILLAUME ANSART

                               Condorcet, Social Mathematics, and Women's Rights [End Page 643]

363..........................MELINDA S. ZOOK

                               Turncoats and Double Agents in Restoration and Revolutionary England: The Case of Robert Ferguson, the Plotter

379..........................DAVID FRANCIS TAYLOR

                               "The Fate of Empires": The American War, Political Parody, and Sheridan's Comedies

397..........................TIMOTHY WHELAN

                               William Fox, Martha Gurney, and Radical Discourse of the 1790s

413..........................MIRKO M. HALL

                               Friedrich Schlegel's Romanticization of Music

431..........................MICHAEL YONAN

                               The Man Behind the Mask? Looking at Franz Xaver Messerschmidt

481..........................ROBERT E. PAULETT

                               The Bewildering World of William De Brahm: An Eighteenth-Century Map Maker Surveys the End of Time

501..........................RICHARD JOHNS

                               "An Air of Grandeur & Modesty": James Thornhill's Painting in the Dome of St. Paul's Cathedral

529..........................TODD GILMAN

                               Arne, Handel, the Beautiful, and the Sublime

557..........................CHAD WELLMON

                               Kant and the Feelings of Reason

581..........................GREGORY AFINOGENOV

                               Otium cum Dignitate: Economy, Politics, and Pastoral in Eighteenth-Century New York

Review Articles

157..........................JUDITH HAWLEY

                               SickLit

                               Lawlor, Consumption and Literature: The Making of the Romantic Disease; Shuttleton, Smallpox and the Literary Imagination, 1660–1820; Wild, Medicine-by-Post: The Changing Voice of Illness in Eighteenth-Century British Consultation Letters and Literature

161..........................TOM FURNISS

                               Re-reading the Politics of Romanticism

                               Gilmartin, Writing Against Revolution: Literary Conservatism in Britain, 1790–1832; O'Neill, The Burke-Wollstonecraft Debate: Savagery, Civilization, and Democracy

166..........................PAUL BAINES

                               Crime Histories

                               Durston, Victims and Viragos: Metropolitan Women, Crime and the Eighteenth-Century Justice System; King, Crime and Law in England, 1750–1840: Remaking Justice from the Margins; Rabin, Identity, Crime, and Legal Responsibility in Eighteenth-Century England [End Page 644]

170..........................MONICA D. FITZGERALD

                               Gender, Power, Identity, and History in Early New England

                               Carroll, Rhetorical Drag: Gender Impersonation, Captivity, and the Writing of History; Little, Abraham in Arms: War and Gender in Colonial New England; Toulouse, The Captive's Position: Female Narrative, Male Identity, and Royal Authority in Colonial New England

309..........................JONATHAN LAMB

                               Scientific Gusto versus Monsters in the Basement

                               Chambers, ed., Scientific Correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, 1765–1820; Chambers, Joseph Banks and the British Museum: The World of Collecting, 1770–1830

320..........................SOPHIE BOURGAULT

                               The Many Faces of Jean-Jacques Rousseau

                               O'Neal, ed., The Nature of Rousseau's Rêveries: Physical, Human, Aesthetic; Kelly, ed., Rousseau on Philosophy, Morality, and Religion; Williams, Rousseau's Platonic Enlightenment

453..........................NORBERT SCHÜRER

                               Continuity and Discontinuity in Eighteenth-Century Indian Historiography

                               Franklin, ed., Hartly House, Calcutta; Ghosh, Sex and the Family in Colonial India: The Making of Empire...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-315X
Print ISSN
0013-2586
Pages
pp. 643-647
Launched on MUSE
2009-07-11
Open Access
No
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