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SELECTED READINGS, No. 13

March 15, 1993

 

Compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the Volunteer Fire Brigade....

[These early editions of Selected Readings, originally circulated as longish text messages to C18-L subscribers, are now being posted here on the C18-L Website with minimal re-editing. Note that we formerly used abbreviations for journals. To find the key to abbreviations, please follow this link - Old SR Abbreviation Key]

AFRICA - HISTORY

Adhikari, M. "The Sons of Ham: Slavery and the Making of Coloured Identity." SAHiJ 27 (November 1992): 95-112.

Cuthbertson, G. "Cape Slave Historiography and the Question of Intellectual Dependence." SAHiJ 27 (November 1992): 26-49.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOPHILY, EDITING, LIBRARIERS, HISTORY OF THE BOOK (& PUBLISHING & READERSHIP) &c.

Barker, N. "Whither Rare Books?" Book Collector, 41, 4 (Winter 1992): 441-55.

Kaltwasser, F.G. "Old Books Between the Shredder and Conservation." Book Collector, 41, 4 (Winter 1992): 456-76.

Lister, R. "Samuel Palmer's Copies of Spenser and Cowley." Book Collector, 41, 4 (Winter 1992): 498-505.

May, James E. "Scribleriana Transferred, 1991" [an account of major sales of late 17th- & early 18th-century books and manuscripts]. Scriblerian, 25, 1 (Autumn 1992): 96-107.

Stoker, D. "Disposing of George Thomason, Intractable Legacy 1664-1762." Library, 14, 4 (December 1992): 337-55.

 

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Briggs, Peter M. "The Importance of Beau Nash." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 208-30.

Harling, P., & P. Mandler. "From Fiscal-Military State to Laissez-Faire State, 1760-1850." Journal of British Studies, 32, 1 (January 1993): 44-70.

Jacob, J.R., & M.C. Jacob. "The Saints Embalmed: Scientists, Latitudinariansm and Society -- a Review Essay." Albion, 24, 3 (Autumn 1992): 435-42.

Komlos, J. "The Secular Trend in the Biological Standard of Living in the United Kingdom, 1730-1860." Economic History Review, 46, 1 (February 1993): 115-44.

Lerner, J. "Science and Agricultural Progress: Quantitative Evidence from England, 1660-1780." Agricultural History, 66, 4 (Autumn 1992): 11-27.

Muldrew, C. "Credit and the Courts: Debt Litigation in a 17th-Century Urban Community." Economic History Review, 46, 1 (February 1993): 23-38.

Smith, R., & N. Young. "Sewers Past and Present: The Environmental Legacy of Great Britain." History Today, (February 1993): 8-10.

 

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Bate, Jonathan. "The Bard for all causes" (review of Michal Dobson, the Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation, and authorship, 1660-1789 [Oxford: Clarendon]). TLS 4689 (February 12, 1993): 12.

Kraft, Elizabeth. "Public Nurturance and Private Civility: The Transposition of Values in Eighteenth-Century Fiction." Studies in Eghteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 181-93.

AUSTEN, JANE

Ward, D.A. "Austen's Pride and Prejudice." Explicator, 51, 1 (Autumn 1992): 18-19.

Warhol, R.R. "The Look, the Body, and the Heroine: A Feminist-Narratological Reading of Persuasion." Novel, 26, 1 (Autumn 1992): 5-19.

BLAKE

Schuchard, Marsha Keith. "Blake's 'Mr. Femality': Freemasonry, Espionage, and the Double-Sexed." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 51-71.

D'URFEY

Wheatley, Christopher. "'Power like new Wine': the Appetites of Leviathan and Durfey's Massaniello." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 231-51.

FIELDING, HENRY

Ruml, Treadwell, II. "Joseph Andrews as Exemplary Gentleman." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 195-207.

[See also title by Kraft listed above under England - Literature; and title by Nickel listed below under England-Literature-Richardson]

LENNOX

Dorn, J. "Reading Women Reading History: The Philosophy of Periodical Form in The Lady's Museum." HR/RH 18, 3 (Autumn 1992): 7-28.

POPE

Singh, Brijraj. "Windsor Forest as a Modern and Postmodern Poem." HR/RH 18, 3 (Autumn 1992): 29-44.

RICHARDSON

Nickel, Terri. "Pamela as Fetish: Masculine Anxiety in Henry Fielding's Shamela and James Parry's The True Anti-Pamela." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 37-49

STERNE

"'Scholia' to the Florida Tristram Shandy Annotations." Scriblerian, 25, 1 (Autumn 1992): 111-2.

 

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Agulhon, Maurice. la Republique. Paris: Hachette (coll. "Pluriel"), 1992 (reéd.). 2 vol.

* Agulhon, Maurice, et Pierre Bonte. Marianne. Les visages de la République. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "Découvertes"), 1992. 128 pp.

* Barbey, Jean. Être roi. Le roi et son gouvernement en France, de Clovis à Louis XVI. Paris: Fayard, 1992. 573 pp.

Bell, David A. "The Public Sphere, the State, and the World of Law in 18th-Century France." French Historical Studies, 17, 4 (Autumn 1992): 912-34.

Bell, David A. "Women, the Bourgeoisie, and the Public Sphere: David Bell Responds to Sarah Maza." French Historical Studies 17, 4 (Autumn 1992): 954-6.

Bertaud, Jean-Pierre. l'An I de la République. Paris: Perrin, 1992. 170 pp.

* Dubois, Claude-Gilbert, édit. l'Imaginaire de la nation (1792-1992). Colloque européen de Bordeaux. Bordeaux: Presses universitaires de Bordeaux, 1991. 474 pp.

Duprat, Annie. "Le Langage des signes: Le Bestiaire dans la caricature revolutionnaire." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993): 201-6.

Root, Hilton. "Institutions, Interest Groups, and Authority in Ancien Regime France." FH 6 (1992): 411-34.

* Garrigou, Alain. le Vote et la vertu. Comment les Français sont devenus electeurs. Paris: Presses de la Fondation nationale des sciences politiques, 1992. 288 p.

Gordon, Daniel. "Philosophy, Sociology, and Gender in the Enlightenment Conception of Public Opinion." French Historical Studies 17, 4 (Autumn 1992): 882-911.

* George, Jocelyne. la République. Paris: Messidor, 1992. 126 pp.

* Kriegel, Blandine. la République incertaine. Paris: Quai Voltaire, 1992. 73 pp.

* Mançeron, Claude et Anne. la République. Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1992. 168 pp., ill.

Maza, Sarah. "Women, the Bourgeoisie, and the Public Sphere: a Reply to Daniel Gordon and David Bell." French Historical Studies, 17, 4 (Autumn 1992): 951-4.

* Rosanvallon, Pierre. le Sacre du citoyen. Histoire du suffrage universel en France. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "Bibliotheque des histoires"), 1992. 490 pp.

Swann, Julian. "Parlement, Politics, and Parti Janseniste: The Grand Conseil Affair, 1755-56." FH 6 (1992): 435-61.

* Vive la République, 1792-1992. Catalogue de l'exposition des Archives nationales. Paris, 1992. 198 pp.

* Winock, Michel. l'Échec au roi (1791-1792). Paris: Olivier Orban, 1992. 354 pp.

[See also title by Root-Bernstein listed under History of Theatre]

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Altman, Janet Gurkin. "Teaching the 'People' to Write: The Formation of a Popular Civic Identity in the French Letter Manual." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 147-80.

BOUGEANT

* Bougeant, Guillaume-Hyacinthe. Voyage merveilleux du Prince Fan-Feredin dans la Romancie. Contenant plusieurs observations historiques, géographiques, physiques, critiques et morales (1735). Édition critique par Jean Sgard et Geraldine Sheridan. Saint-Etienne: Publications de l'Universite de Saint-Etienne (coll. "Lire le dix-huitième siecle", 6), 1992. 124 pp.

DIDEROT ET LES ENYCLOPÉDISTES

* Cahiers Textuel (Universite Paris VII-Jussieu), 11, 1992, 140 p.: sur le Neveu de Rameau et le Paradoxe sur le comedien de Denis Diderot. Actes du Colloque organise a l'Universite Paris VII les 15 et 16 novembre 1991.

Clark-Evans, Christine. "Charles de Brosses and Diderot: Eighteenth-Century Arguments Concerning Primitive Language, Particularly Natural Languages and a National Language." History Of European Ideas 16 (1993): 183-88.

* A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry: Manufacturing and the Technical Arts in Plates Selected from L'Encyclopédie. Dover, 1993, 2 vols.

* Furbank, P.N. Diderot: A Critical Biography. New York: Knopf, 1992. 524 pp.

SADE

von der Thusen, Joachim. "Juliette at the Volcano: Reflections on the Sadean Journey." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 87-103.

SEVIGNÉ

Sollers, Philippe. "Le mystère Sevigné." l'Infini, 39 (automne 1992): 26-30.

GERMANY - HISTORY

Laursen, John. "Publicity and Cosmopolitanism in Late Eighteenth-Century Germany." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993):117-22.

[See also title by Manning listed under History of Music]

GERMANY - LITERATURE

GOETHE

Bohn, A. "Wer Kennt Sich Selbst? Goethe's 'Ilmenau' and Kant's 'Was ist Aufklarung?'" GLL 46, 1 (January 1993): 1-11.

* Citati, Pietro. Goethe. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "l'Arpenteur"), 1992. 540 pp. Traduction de Brigiette Perol.

* Goethe. Dans un jardin du monde. L'Europe selon Goethe, textes de Goethe choisis par Claude Roels. Paris: Maren Sell-Calmann-Levy, 1992. 160 p.

* Goethe. Poésie et veritéé. Souvenirs de ma vie. Paris: Aubier, 1992. 510 pp. Traduction de Pierre du Colombier.

* Goethe. Hermann et Dorothée. Paris: Aubier, 1992. 198 pp. Édition bilingue par Hippolyte Loiseau.

* Goethe. Nouvelles. Paris: Circe, 1992. 240 pp. Traduction de Jacques Porchat.

* Goethe. le Serpent vert. Paris: Eole (coll. "Les Européennes"), 1992, 130 pp. Traduction de Jean-Jacques Briu.

Metzger, Lore. "Modifications of Genre: A Feminist Critique of 'Christabel' and 'Die Braut von Korinth'." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 3-19.

Nouvelle revue française, 222, mars 1932, 308 p.: "Hommage à Goethe". Gallimard, 1992 (reéd.).

[See also title by Molnar listed under Germany-Literature-Lessing; and by Cassirer listed under Rousseau]

KNIGGE

* Knigge, , Adolph Freiherr von. le Voyage à Brunswick. Roman comique (1792), traduction, presentation et notes d'Alain Montandon. Paris: CNRS editions et Saint-Etienne (Publications de l'Universite de Saint-Etienne, coll. "Lire le dix-huitième siecle"), 1992. 156 pp.

LESSING

Molnar, G.V. "Iconic Closure and Narrative Opening in Lessing, Kant, Goethe, and Novalis." HR/RH 18, 3 (Autumn 1992): 95-110.

NOVALIS

Mahoney, D.F. "Human History as Natural History in the 'Novices of Sais' and ... of Heinrich von Ofterdingen'." HR/RH 18, 3 b(Autumn 1992): 111 f.

Ruffet, Jean. "Pèlerinage à Gruningen." les Temps modernes, 48, 555 (octobre 1992): 26-32. (sur Novalis).

[See also title by Molnar listed under Germany-Literature-Lessing]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Macadam, B. "No More Pigs in the Flower Bed: Jefferson's Monticello." Artnews, 19.

HISTORY OF ART

Goodman, J. "Altar Against Altar: The Colisée, Vauxhall Utopianism, and Symbolic Politics in Paris (1769-77)." ArtH, 15, 4 (December 1992): 434-69.

Reynolds, Graham. "A luminous wash: The apotheosis of the British watercolour" (review of Andrew Wilton & Anne Lyles, The Great Age of British Watercolours [Munich, Prestel, 1992], and the exhibit of the same name in Royal Academy of Arts). TLS, 4609 (February 12, 1993): 16-17.

Saule, Beatrix. "Le premier gout du roi a Versailles. Decoration et ameublement" (sur Louis XIV). GBA 120, 1485 (octobre 1992): 137-148.

CRUIKSHANK

Fox, Celina. "Cruikshank's beasties" (review of Robert L. Patten, George Cruikshank's Life, Times, and Art, Vol. I, 1792-1835 [Cambridge: Lutterworth, 1992]). TLS 4685 (January 15, 1993): 20.

KAUFMANN

Pointon, Marcia. "Limning politely" (review of Wendy Wassyng Roworth, ed., Angelica Kauffman, A Continental Artist in Georgian England [Reaktion Books, 1992]). TLS 4685 (January 15, 1993): 16.

 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Wellman, Kathleen. "Dilemma and Opportunity: The Physiology of the Soul." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 301-16.

Winkler, Louis. "The Blood Letting Figure in Almanacs." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 17-20.

[See also titles by Jacob & Jacob, and Lerner listed under England - History;]

 

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Krickeberg, D. "Instrumentis Pneumaticis: A Symposium on 17th-Century and 18th-Century Flutes, Oboes, and Bassoons held in Michaelstein, November 1991" (in German). Musikforschung, 35, 4 (October-December 1992): 365-6.

Manning, E. "The Politics of Culture: Joseph II's German Opera." HT 43 (January 1993): 15-21.

MOZART

Allanbrook, Wye J. "'All'usanza teatrale': Mozart and Representation." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 105-23.

Brinzing, A. "An International Symposium on Mozart and Mannheim, held in Mannheim, October 1991" (in German). Musikforschung, 45, 4 (October-December 1992): 360-61.

Coelho, V. "Mozart Didn't Like Gould Either: in Defence of the Andante Grazioso." QQ 99, 4 (Winter 1992): 916-27.

Homering, L. "The 200th Anniversary of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 2 (December 1992): 51-67.

Konrad, U. "A Fragment by Mozart: The Uniqueness of Mozart's Finale" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 2 (December 1992): 36-50.

Perry-Camp, Jane. "Time and Time Again: an Essay on Temporal Realities in Mozart's Operas." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 125-45.

Valentin, E. "A Theme Still Open for Discussion: Young Mozart as a Contemporary of Old Telemann" (in German). Acta Mozartiana, 2 (December 1992): 34-5.

 

HISTORY OF RELIGION

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

Dekock, L. "People, Power, and Culture: The History of Christianity in South Africa, 1792-1992: The Ethics of Historical Representation." SAHiJ 27 (November 1992): 243-53.

De Vroede, Maurice. "Eremitisme et instruction dans les Pays-Bas autrichiens et la principauté de Liège au XVIIIe siècle." RHEcc 86, 3-4 (juillet-decembre 1991): 293-323.

Smitten, Jeffrey. "The Shaping of Moderation: William Robertson and Arminianism." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 281-300.

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Berti. D. "The Autobiography of a Visionary: The Feigned Sanctity of Maria Simonetta Scorza According to 17th-Century Inquisition

Documents" (in Italian). RSLR 28, 3 (1992): 473-508.

Piccillo, G. "The Sources of Dottrina Christiana Tradotto in Lingua Valacha da Vito Piluzio, 1677 (in Italian). RLR 56, 223-4 (July-December 1993).

HISTORY OF THEATRE

Marsden, Jean I. "Modesty Unshackled: Dorothy Jordan and the Dangers of Cross-Dressing." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 21-35.

Root Bernstein, M. "Popular Theatre in the French Revolution, 1789-94." HT 43 (February 1993): 25-31.

[see also title by Wheatley listed under England-Literature-D'Urfey;]

 

INDIA - HISTORY

* Chaudhuri, K. N. Asia Before Europe: Economy and Civisation of the Indian Ocean from the Rise of Islam to 1750. Cambridge University Press, 1992. 477 pp.

Grundy, Isobel. "'The barbarous character we give them': White Women Travellers Report on Other Races." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 73-86.

 

IRELAND - LITERATURE

SWIFT

Mertner, Edward, & Mark Cronin. "Letter" [An exchange concerning Houynhnhnms in Swift and Kipling]. Scriblerian, 25, 1 (Autumn 1992): 112-14.

 

MEXICO

Booker, J.R. "Needed But Unwanted: Black Militiamen in Veracruz, Mexico, 1760-1810." Historian, 55, 2 (Winter 1993): 259-76.

MISCELLANEOUS

Devine, A.M. "The Camden Professorship of Ancient History, 1622-1889." Classical Bulletin, 68, 2 (1992): 71-84.

Just, Roger. "Fiery Feats: Will-o'-the-wisp as central player" (review of M.H. & R.M. Hazen, Keepers of the Flame: Fire in American Culture 1775-1925; J. Goudsblom, Fire and Civilization; and N. Maclean, Young Men and Fire). TLS, 4685 (January 15, 1993): 4-5.

Michaelson, Avra, and Jeff Rothenberg. "Scholarly Communication and Information Technology." American Archivist, 55, 2 (Spring 1992): 236-315.

Thatcher, Sanford G. "The Penn State Press and Eighteenth-Century Studies." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 14-17.

Trevor-Roper, Hugh. "The second Reformation: How the intelligentsia slowly learned to love Erasmus" (review of Bruce Mansfield, Man On His Own: Interpretations of Erasmus, c.1750-1920 [University of Toronto Press -- this is the second volume, continuing the work started by Mansfield's Phoenix of His Age [1979]). TLS, 4689 (February 12, 1993): 3-4.

 

PHILOSOPHY

CONDORCET

* Almanach anti-superstitieux et autres textes. Édites par Anne-Marie Chouillet avec la collaboration de Pierre Crepel et Henri Duranton. Paris: CNRS éditions et Saint-Etienne (Publications de l'Université de Saint-Etienne, coll. "Lire le dix-huitième siècle"), 1992. 203 pp.

HUME

Browne, Paula Wood. "The Unnatural Aspects of Natural Religion Revealed: A Skeptical Reader's Response to Hume's Dialogues." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 269-80.

KANT

Tuschling, B. "A Conference Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of Kant's Kritik der Urteilskraft, Kalinigrad, Russia, October 1990" (in German). Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 46, 4 (October-December 1992): 609-11.

[See also entry by Bohn listed under Germany-Literature-Goethe; by Cassirer listed below under Rousseau; and by Molnar listed under German-Literature-Lessing;]

LEIBNIZ

Busche, H. "The Body-Soul Pentagon and the Combinatorics of Attractive Images: A Consequential Concept in Leibniz's Early Philosophy" (in German). Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 46, 4 (October-December 1992): 489-507.

LOCKE

Heyd, Thomas. "Some Remarks on Science, Method, and Nationalism in John Locke." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993): 97-102.

Rovane, C. "Self-Reference: The Radicalization of Locke." Journal of Philosophy, 90, 2 (February 1993): 73-97.

Walmsley, Peter. "Locke's Cassowary and the Ethos of the Essay." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 253-67.

MALTHUS

* Malthus, Thomas Robert. Essai sur le principe de population (1798). Paris: Flammarion (coll. "GF", 708 et 722), 1992. Presentation de Jean-Paul Marechal.

SPINOZA

Moreau, Pierre-Francois. "Bibliographie pour l'année 1991", dans "Bulletin de bibliographie spinoziste XIV", dans Archives de philosophie, 55, 4 (octobre-decembre 1992): 7-43.

POLAND - HISTORY

Cieslak, E. "Some Remarks on Gdansk Diplomatic Missions in the 17th and 18th Centuries." APoH 65 (1992): 211-20.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

BURKE

Whale, John. "Literal and Symbolic Representations: Burke, Paine, and the French Revolution." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993): 343-50.

ROUSSEAU

* Cassirer, Ernst. Rousseau, Kant et Goethe (1945), Paris: Belin, 1992. 144 pp. Traduction de l'anglais de Jean Lacoste.

Simon-Ingram, Julia Simon-Ingram, "Rousseau and the Problem of Community: Nationalism, Civic Virtue. Totalitarianism." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993): 23-30.

* Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Écrits politiques. Édition, introduction, commentaires, notes, chronologie et bibliographie par Gerard Mairet. Paris: Le livre de poche (coll. "Classiques de la philosophie", 4604), 1992. 545 pp.

Subirats, H. "Rousseau, the General Will and the Will of the Generals" (in Spanish). CuHi 508 (October 1992): 50-57.

PORTUGAL - HISTORY

Domingues, Francisco. "Science and Nationalism: Portugal in the Late Eighteenth Century." History Of European Ideas, 16 (1993): 91-96.

RESEARCH TIPS & DISCUSSION

Beaudry, Catherine A. "Researching the Eighteenth Century in the Libraries of Southwestern France." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 11.

[May, James]. "Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 13-14.

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "Casting a Wider Net: The Multimedia Research Initiative." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 22 (1992): 317-40.

Russell, Lois Ann. "Montmorency -- Not to Be Missed." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 12.

Winchester, I. "What Every Historian Needs to Know About Record Linkage for the Microcomputer Era." Historical Methods, 25, 4 (Autumn 1992): 149-65.

 

RUSSIA

Perlinska, A. "A Semiotic Analysis of 18th-Century Russian Culture: Discovering the Past and Modeling the Present." HR/RH 18, 3 (Autumn 1992): 45-76.

TEACHING THE 18TH CENTURY

Kirschke, James J. "The Pedagogue's Post -- Seminar on Historical Biography: Lives of the Founders of the United States." East-Central Intelligencer, N.S. 7, 1 (January 1993): 26-8.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Hartsock, J. "America's First Experiment in Toleration: Religious Freedom in 17th-Century Maryland." HT 43 (January 1993): 22-6.

Marsden, G. "The Bones of Catholic Maryland: Remains in Three Recently-Discovered 17th-Century Coffins Promise New Details on Life in Early Maryland." HT 43 (January 1993): 27-8.

York, N.L. "Freemasons and the American Revolution." Historian 55, 2 (Winter 1993): 315-30.

The Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 102, 1 (April 1992) features a special section on "The Republican Synthesis Revisited: Essays in Honor of George Athan Billias," including: M.M. Klein, R.D. Brown, & J.B. Hench, "Preface" (69); D.R. McCoy, "Colonial Republicanism and the American Revolution: Introduction" (73); I. Kramnick, "Republicanism Revisited: the Case of James Burgh" (81); R.E. Shalhope, "Republicanism, Liberalism, and Democracy: Political Culture in the Early Republic" (99); L. Banning, "The Republican Interpretation of Early American Politics: Retrospect and Prospect" (153); P.S. Onuf & C. Matson, "Republicanism and Federalism in the Constitutional Decade" (181); G.S. Wood, "Republicanism and the Political History of Colonial America: Afterword" (205); G.A. Billias, "My Intellectual Odyssey: The Autobiographical Account of a Career in History" (215).

WOMEN'S STUDIES

* Buck, Claire, ed. The Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature. London: Bloomsbury Publishing Co, 1992.

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