restricted access   Volume 57, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Is Charity for Schmucks?: The Legitimacy of Bienfaisance ca. 1760–82 and ca. 2013–15

pp. 1-21
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The Natural History of the Houyhnhnms: Noble Horses in Gulliver’s Travels

pp. 23-37
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“Between the Human and Brutal Creation”: Posthuman Agency and the Samuel Frost Corpus

pp. 39-69
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Embodying the Invisible: Materiality and Subjectivity in Cavendish, Manley, and Haywood

pp. 71-93
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Extreme Empiricism: John Howard, Poetry, and the Thermometrics of Reform

pp. 95-119
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“What we want in Elegance, we gain in Copiousness”: Eighteenth-Century English and Its Empire of Tongues

pp. 121-140
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Gothic Portraits

pp. 141-144
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History, the Novel, and the French Revolution

pp. 145-149
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“Happy the Man”: The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Pursuit of Happiness

pp. 151-155
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The Ends of Pleasure

pp. 157-161
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 163-164
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