restricted access   Volume 24, 1995

Table of Contents

Preface

pp. xiii-xiv
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The Cavalier Woman

pp. 3-27
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The Cognitive Value of Confusion and Obscurity in the German Enlightenment: Leibniz, Baumgarten, and Herder

pp. 29-50
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The Idea of Life as a Work of Art in Scottish Enlightenment Discourse

pp. 51-67
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Writing the Picture: Fielding, Smollett, and Hogarthian Pictorialism

pp. 69-89
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Exile and Narrative Voice in Corinne

pp. 91-105
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Narrative, the Scienza Nuova, and the Barbarism of Reflection

pp. 107-119
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Nature, Sodomy, and Semantics in Sade's La Philosophie dans le boudoir

pp. 121-136
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Letters and Political Judgment: John Adams and Cicero's Style

pp. 137-153
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Janet Little and Robert Burns: An Alliance with Reservations

pp. 155-174
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Smith's The Theory of Moral Sentiments: Sympathy, Women, and Emulation

pp. 175-190
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The Pleasure of Business and the Business of Pleasure: Gender, Credit, and the South Sea Bubble

pp. 191-210
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In Search of Angélique: The Dancourt Connection

pp. 211-222
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"Beyond the Limits of a Vulgar Fate": The Renegotiation of Public and Private Concerns in the Careers of Gray and Other Mid-Eighteenth Century Poets

pp. 223-242
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Men Imagining Women Imagining Men: Swift's Cadenus and Vanessa

pp. 243-257
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The Gendering of Divinity in Tom Jones

pp. 259-277
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The Politics of Literary Production: The Reaction to the French Revolution and the Transformation of the English Literary Periodical

pp. 279-295
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The Whores Rhetorick: Narrative, Pornography, and the Origins of the Novel

pp. 297-306
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Education and Ideology in Sarah Fielding's The Governess

pp. 307-327
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Contributors to Volume 24

pp. 329-332
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Executive Board, 1993-94

p. 333
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Institutional Members

p. 335
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Sponsoring Members of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

pp. 337-338
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Patrons of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

p. 339
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Index

pp. 341-350
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