Articles

  1. Reading Lovelace’s “Rosebud”: Credits, Debits, and Character in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa
  2. Kathryn Blakely
  3. pp. 329-348
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  1. Clarissa’s Commerce: Relocations and Relationships in London
  2. Elizabeth Porter
  3. pp. 349-367
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  1. Mother Gin and the Bad Examples: Figuring a Drug Crisis, 1736–51
  2. Nicholas Allred
  3. pp. 369-392
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  1. The Survival of Non-Productive Labour in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man
  2. Konstantinos (Kos) Pozoukidis
  3. pp. 393-412
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  1. Reflections: Are We Global Yet? Africa and the Future of Early Modern Studies
  2. Wendy Laura Belcher
  3. pp. 413-446
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Reviews/Critiques

  1. Ian Watt: The Novel and the Wartime Critic by Marina MacKay (review)
  2. John Richetti
  3. pp. 447-450
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  1. Enlightened Immunity: Mexico’s Experiments with Disease Prevention in the Age of Reason by Paul Ramírez (review)
  2. Travis Chi Wing Lau
  3. pp. 451-453
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  1. Granville Sharp and the Zong Massacre: Sharp’s Uncovered Letter to the British Admiralty ed. by Michelle Faubert (review)
  2. Cassander L. Smith
  3. pp. 453-455
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  1. The Wreckage of Intentions: Projects in British Culture, 1660–1730 by David Alff (review)
  2. Erin Drew
  3. pp. 455-457
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  1. Systems Failure: The Uses of Disorder in English Literature by Andrew Franta (review)
  2. Sean Silver
  3. pp. 458-460
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  1. Bellies, Bowels and Entrails in the Eighteenth Century ed. by Rebecca Anne Barr, Sylvie Kleiman-Lafon and Sophie Vasset (review)
  2. Kelly McGuire
  3. pp. 461-463
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  1. Reading and the Making of Time in the Eighteenth Century by Christina Lupton (review)
  2. Kathleen Lubey
  3. pp. 463-465
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  1. Women’s Domestic Activity in the Romantic-Period Novel, 1770–1820: Dangerous Occupations by Joseph Morrissey (review)
  2. Freya Gowrley
  3. pp. 466-468
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  1. Maternal Bodies: Redefining Motherhood in Early America by Nora Doyle (review)
  2. Andrea Charise
  3. pp. 469-471
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  1. Écrire en Europe. De Leibniz à Foscolo éd. by Nathalie Ferrand (review)
  2. Michael Mulryan
  3. pp. 472-474
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  1. Anecdotes of Enlightenment: Human Nature from Locke to Wordsworth by James Robert Wood (review)
  2. Kristin M. Girten
  3. pp. 475-477
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  1. The Origins of the English Marriage Plot: Literature, Politics and Religion in the Eighteenth Century by Lisa O’Connell (review)
  2. Laura Thomason
  3. pp. 478-480
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  1. When Novels Were Books by Jordan Alexander Stein (review)
  2. Annika Mann
  3. pp. 480-482
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  1. Loving Justice: Legal Emotions in William Blackstone’s England by Kathryn D. Temple (review)
  2. Mark Canuel
  3. pp. 483-486
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  1. La Galanterie, une mythologie francaise by Alain Viala (review)
  2. Andrew J. Counter
  3. pp. 486-488
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  1. Poetics of the Pillory: English Literature and Seditious Libel, 1660–1820 by Thomas Keymer (review)
  2. Paul Keen
  3. pp. 489-492
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