restricted access   Volume 52, Numbers 2, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

Commanding Correspondence: Letters and the "Evidence of Experience" in the Letterbook of John Bruce, the East India Company Historiographer

pp. 109-136
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Sustaining Identity in I'tesamuddin's The Wonders of Vilayet

pp. 137-155
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Evelina, the Rustic Girls of Congreve and Abington, and Surrogation in the 1770s

pp. 157-171
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The Sense of Rhythm: Nationalism, Sympathy, and the English Elocutionists

pp. 173-192
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Aesthetic Economies of Immasculation: Capitalism and Gender in Wollstonecraft's Letters from Sweden

pp. 193-210
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Women Signifiers

pp. 211-214
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The Romantic Kinship of Medical Science, Sensory Experience, and Literary Aesthetics

pp. 215-218
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Neither Public nor Private: The Domestic Sphere in French Enlightenment Thought

pp. 219-223
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What Is Improvement?

pp. 225-230
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Eighteenth-Century Literary Culture and the Experience of History

pp. 231-234
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The Defense of Phillis Wheatley

pp. 235-239
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 242-243
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