restricted access   Volume 36, Number 1, Autumn 2003

Table of Contents

From: The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats

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“Reading The Speaking Picture”: Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress Five

pp. 1-4
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Recent Articles

Recent Articles

pp. 5-42
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Book Reviews

A Henry Fielding Companion by Martin C. Battestin, and: The Life of Henry Fielding: A Critical Biography by Ronald Paulson (review)

pp. 42-44
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Swift as Nemesis: Modernity and Its Satirist by Frank Boyle (review)

pp. 44-46
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The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D.D., In Four Volumes, Vol. I, Letters 1690–1714, nos. 1–300; Vol. II, Letters 1714–1726, nos. 301–700 ed. by David Woolley (review)

pp. 46-49
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The Skeptical Sublime: Aesthetic Ideology in Pope and the Tory Satirists by James Noggle (review)

pp. 49-51
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Books Briefly Noted

Jonathan Swift and Popular Culture: Myth, Media, and the Man by Ann Cline Kelly (review)

pp. 52-53
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Alexander Pope: The Evolution of a Poet by Netta Murray Goldsmith (review)

pp. 53-54
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Milton to Pope: 1650–1720 by Kay Gilliland Stevenson (review)

pp. 54-55
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A History of Augustan Fable by Mark Loveridge (review)

pp. 55-56
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A Companion to Early Modern Women’s Writing ed. by Anita Pacheco (review)

pp. 56-58
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Catharine Trotter: An Early Modern Writer in the Vanguard of Feminism by Anne Kelley (review)

pp. 58-59
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Editing Women ed. by Ann M. Hutchinson (review)

pp. 59-61
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Private Interests: Women, Portraiture, and the Visual Culture of the English Novel, 1709–1791 by Alison Conway (review)

pp. 61-62
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Pastoral Tradition and the Female Talent: Studies in Augustan Poetry by Ann Messenger (review)

pp. 62-63
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Men’s Work: Gender, Class, and the Professionalization of Poetry, 1660–1784 by Linda Zionkowski (review)

pp. 63-64
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Gender and the Formation of Taste in Eighteenth-Century Britain: The Analysis of Beauty by Robert W. Jones (review)

pp. 64-65
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Enlightenment and Romance: Gender and Agency in Smollett and Scott by Robert P. Irvine (review)

pp. 65-66
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Passion and Virtue: Essays on the Novels of Samuel Richardson ed. by David Blewett (review)

pp. 66-67
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Laurence Sterne by Manfred Pfister (review)

pp. 67-68
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Literary Texts as Nonlinear Patterns: A Chaotics Reading of Rainforest, Transparent Things, Travesty, and Tristram Shandy by Hans C. Werner (review)

pp. 69-70
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Dryden and the World of Neoclassicism ed. by Wolfgang Görtschacher and Holger Klein (review)

pp. 70-71
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Gulliveriana VII: Visual Imitations of “Gulliver’s Travels” 1726–1830 by Jeanne K. Welcher (review)

pp. 71-73
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Jonathan Swift: Poems ed. by Derek Mahon (review)

p. 73
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Les Voyages de Gulliver: Mondes lointains ou mondes proche ed. by Daniel Carey and François Boulaire (review)

pp. 73-74
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Love in Excess; or The Fatal Inquiry by Eliza Haywood, and: The Injur’d Husband and Lasselia by Eliza Haywood, and: The Adventures of Rivella by Delarivier Manley (review)

pp. 74-75
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Character’s Theater: Genre and Identity on the Eighteenth-Century English Stage by Lisa A. Freeman (review)

pp. 75-76
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The Grub-Street Journal, 1730–33 ed. by Bertrand A. Goldgar (review)

pp. 76-77
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The Lab’ring Muses: Work, Writing, and the Social Order in English Plebeian Poetry, 1730–1830 by William J. Christmas (review)

pp. 77-78
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Kinship and Capitalism: Marriage, Family, and Business in the English-Speaking World, 1580–1740 by Richard Grassby (review)

pp. 78-79
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Theory of Garden Art by C. C. L. Hirschfeld (review)

pp. 79-80
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The Apothecaries’ Garden: A New History of Chelsea Physic Garden by Sue Minter (review)

pp. 80-81
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The Grammar of Empire in Eighteenth-Century British Writing by Janet Sorensen (review)

pp. 81-82
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Privacy and Print: Reading and Writing in Seventeenth-Century England by Cecile M. Jagodzinski (review)

pp. 82-84
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Scribleriana Transferred

Scribleriana Transferred: Printed Matter, 1999–2001, Part 2

pp. 84-87
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Scribleriana

Scribleriana

pp. 87-92
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