1. Violence and Profits on the Restoration Stage: Trade, Nationalism, and Insecurity in Dryden's Amboyna
  2. Robert Markley
  3. pp. 2-17
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  1. The Role of Stylistics in Attribution: Thomas Shadwell and "The Giants' War"
  2. Harold Love, J. F. Burrows
  3. pp. 18-30
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  1. Margins and Monstrosity: Martinus Scriblerus his "Double Mistress"
  2. Judith Hawley
  3. pp. 31-49
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  1. A Hopeless Project: Gulliver Inside the Language of Science in Book III
  2. Robert Phiddian
  3. pp. 50-62
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  1. The Irish Colonial Experience and Swift's Rhetorics of Perception in the 1720s
  2. Robert Mahony
  3. pp. 63-75
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  1. A Literary Low-Life Reassessed: Charles Theveneau de Morande in London, 1769-1791
  2. Simon Burrows
  3. pp. 76-94
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  1. Newgate in Revolution: Radical Enthusiasm and Romantic Counterculture
  2. Iain McCalman
  3. pp. 95-110
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  1. The "insidious poison of secret Influence": A New Historical Context for Blake's "The Sick Rose"
  2. Jon Mee
  3. pp. 111-122
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  1. Scott and Crabbe: A Meeting at the Border
  2. Gavin Edwards
  3. pp. 123-140
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  1. Frankenstein's Monster and Malthus' "Jaundiced Eye": Population, Body Politics, and the Monstrous Sublime
  2. Clara Tuite
  3. pp. 141-155
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  1. "Outlawed Subjects": The Procurement and Scientific Uses of Australian Aboriginal Heads, ca. 1803-1835
  2. Paul Turnbull
  3. pp. 156-171
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  1. Rousseau and the Colonies
  2. Felicity Baker
  3. pp. 172-189
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  1. Preface
  2. Ian Higgins, Gillian Russell
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