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  2. Harry C. Payne
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  1. Clio and the Critics
  2. Phillip Harth
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  1. Politics and the Apocalypse: The Republic and the Millennium in Late-Eighteenth-Century English Political Thought
  2. Jack Fruchtman Jr.
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  1. Beyond Reason and Revelation: Perspectives on the Puritan Enlightenment
  2. Bruce Tucker
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  1. The Art of Landscape Gardening in Goethe's Novel Die Wahlverwandtschaften
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  1. Is Childbirth Any Place for a Woman? The Decline of Midwifery in Eighteenth-Century England
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  1. A Case Study of Defoe's Domestic Conduct Manuals Suggested by The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 1500–1800
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  1. The Fallen Woman, from the Perspective of Five Early Eighteenth-Century Women Novelists
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