restricted access   Volume 47, Number 2, Summer 2006

Table of Contents

From: The Eighteenth Century

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Special Issue: Ballads and Songs in the Eighteenth Century

Guest Editor: Ruth Perry

On the "Darling Songs" of Poets, Scholars, and Singers: An Introduction

pp. 97-113
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Placed, Replaced, or Misplaced?: The Ballads' Progress

pp. 115-129
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Dating Orality, Thinking Balladry: Of Milkmaids and Minstrels in 1771

pp. 131-149
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"The Manufacture and Lingua-facture of Ballad-Making ": Broadside Ballads in Long Eighteenth-Century Ballad Discourse

pp. 151-178
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"The purest english": Ballads and the English Literary Dialect

pp. 179-202
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Performing Resistance to the New Rural Order: An Unpublished Ballad Opera and the Green Song

pp. 203-232
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Songs and Stones: Iolo Morganwg (1747-1826), Mason and Bard

pp. 233-251
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Jacobite History to National Song: Robert Burns and Carolina Oliphant (Baroness Nairne)

pp. 253-287
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Brother Trouble: Incest Ballads of the British Isles

pp. 289-307
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Fallen Ladies and Cruel Mothers: Ballad Singers and Ballad Heroines in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 309-329
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 331-332
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