1. A "Roman Commonwealth" of Knowledge: Fragments of Belief and the Disbelieving Power of Didactic
  2. Kevin L. Cope
  3. pp. 3-25
  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0167
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  1. The Restoration Dramatic Dedication as Symbolic Capital
  2. Deborah C. Payne
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  1. Fictions of Passion: The Case of Pope
  2. Patricia Meyer Spacks
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  1. Reason, Madness, and the French Revolution
  2. Roy Porter
  3. pp. 55-79
  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0299
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  1. Defying Our Master: The Appropriation of Milton in Johnson's Political Tracts
  2. Bruce Redford
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  1. A New Source for Hogarth's Distressed Poet
  2. Rosemary DePaolo
  3. pp. 93-113
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  1. Soviet Perspectives on the French Enlightenment and Revolution
  2. Peter H. Kaufman
  3. pp. 115-129
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  1. Fashionable Suicide: Conspicuous Consumption and the Collapse of Credit in Frances Burney's Cecilia
  2. D. Grant Campbell
  3. pp. 131-145
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  1. The World All before Them: Milton and the Rising Glory of America
  2. Keith W. F. Stavely
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  1. Self-Representation, Authority, and the Fear of Madness in the Works of Swift
  2. Brian A. Connery
  3. pp. 165-182
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  1. Pope's "shaggy Tap'stry": A Discourse on History
  2. Stephen Szilagyi
  3. pp. 183-195
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  1. Redoubled Feeling: Politics, Sentiment, and the Sublime in Williams and Wollstonecraft
  2. Julie Ellison
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  1. Frances Brooke and David Garrick
  2. K. J. H. Berland
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0132
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  1. An Opportunity Missed: Catherine Macaulay on the Revolution of 1688
  2. Barbara Brandon Schnorrenberg
  3. pp. 231-240
  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0176
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  1. The Patron as Poet Maker: The Politics of Benefaction
  2. Betty Rizzo
  3. pp. 241-266
  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0220
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  1. Elizabeth Elstob's Rudiments of Grammar (1715): Germanic Philology for Women
  2. Richard Morton
  3. pp. 267-287
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  1. Boerhaave on Minds, Human Beings, and Mental Diseases
  2. John P. Wright
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  1. Defoe and Johnson in Scotland
  2. Mary Elizabeth Green
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  1. Patriarchalism and Constitutionalism in Eighteenth-Century Parlementary Discourse
  2. Jeffrey Merrick
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  1. Executive Board, 1989-90
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  1. Institutional Members
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  1. Sponsoring Members
  2. pp. 339-340
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  1. Patrons
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  1. Index of Names
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  1. Preface
  2. Leslie Ellen Brown
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  1. Contributors to Volume 20
  2. pp. 331-333
  3. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0150
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