restricted access   Volume 51, Numbers 1-2, Spring/Summer 2010

Table of Contents

A Hungarian Revolution in Restoration England: Henry Stubbe, Radical Islam, and the Rye House Plot

pp. 1-25
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Optics, Gender, and the Eighteenth-Century Gaze: Looking at Eliza Haywood's Anti-Pamela

pp. 27-43
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"Profess as Much as I": Dignity as Authority in the Poetry of Sarah Fyge Egerton

pp. 45-66
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Mentoring and Mimicry in Boswell's Life of Johnson

pp. 67-85
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"Un Sopha rose brodé d'argent": Crébillon fils and the Rococo

pp. 87-102
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British Models of Colonial Governance: Adam Smith and John Bruce on the Cape Colony

pp. 103-127
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The Impossibility of Sympathy

pp. 129-152
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Fictional Mechanics: Haywood, Reading, and the Passions

pp. 153-172
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The Temporality of the Public in The Tatler and The Spectator

pp. 173-192
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Gendering India: Effeminacy and the Scottish Enlightenment's Debates over Virtue and Luxury

pp. 193-210
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Cottage Industry: The Ladies of Llangollen and the Symbolic Capital of the Cottage Ornée

pp. 211-227
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Breaking the Frame

pp. 229-233
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The "Oldest Profession" Made Modern

pp. 235-240
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Performing Criticism in Early America

pp. 241-244
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Buying and Selling Luxury in Seventeenth-Century England

pp. 245-249
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Finding Room for Things

pp. 251-255
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 257-259
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