1. Willam Byrd's Sexual Lexicography
  2. Kevin Berland
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  1. Maria Edgeworth's "Grateful Negro" and the Sentimental Argument for Slavery
  2. George E. Boulukos
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  1. Dryden's Portrait of Kneller in "To Sir Godfrey Kneller"
  2. David Gelineau
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  1. From Chinese to Goth: Walpole and the Gothic Repudiation of Chinoiserie
  2. David Porter
  3. pp. 46-58
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  1. "Pamela's Library": Samuel Richardson and Dr. Cheyne's "Universal Cure"
  2. David E. Shuttleton
  3. pp. 59-79
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  1. Hogarth and the Strangelove Effect
  2. Paul Williamson
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  1. Habakkuk 2.2, Cowper's "Tirocinium," and Keble's "Septuagesima Sunday"
  2. Rodney Stenning Edgecombe
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  1. Retrieving eighteenth-century Ireland
  2. Robert Mahony
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  1. Books Received
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