restricted access   Volume 58, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

From: The Eighteenth Century

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The Emotionality of Moral Judgment in Diderot’s Literature and Philosophy

pp. 1-17
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Making Pins, Fashioning Laborers: The Manufacturing Logic of the Object-Narrative in the 1790s

pp. 19-38
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Training the Picturesque Eye: The Point of Views in Jane Austen’s Persuasion

pp. 39-59
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Akrasia and the Explanation of Action in Rousseau and Sterne

pp. 61-77
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The Islander Kadu and Adelbert von Chamisso: Relations in Oceania

pp. 79-98
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Critical Conversations: Globalizing Eighteenth-Century Literary History

p. 100
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Critical Conversations: Globalizing Eighteenth-Century Literary History

Globalizing Eighteenth-Century Literary History (A View from 2016)

pp. 101-104
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The Modern Regime of Translation and the Emergence of the Nation

pp. 105-108
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Global City Eclipses Small Town, or How to Tell a New Story of Eighteenth-Century (German) Literature

pp. 109-113
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Tropicalizing Philip Quaque: On African Atlantic Literatures

pp. 115-120
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The Arabic-Speaking Peoples and “Globalization”: The Eighteenth Century

pp. 121-125
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The Already-Globalized Eighteenth Century: Lessons from Arab Translators

pp. 127-131
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 133-134
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