Selected Readings, No 35

March 19, 1995



Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz. Erin Colleen Blake, Brian Connery, Don Nichol, A.J. Wright, William Zachs. Thanks to Erin Blake for recovering this file.

For SR's editorial policy, please see the Selected Readings Modus Operandi Page. These early issues of SR were circulated to C18-L subscribers via e-mail, and are reproduced here without significant editing; thus, diacritical marks, special characters, and fancy formatting will not be found.


This number of SR is dedicated to the memory
of Michael B. Thompson.



Dyibokowski, James. "Slavery, Lessons from the International Campaign to Abolish the Slave Trade." Lumen, 13 (1994): 87-98.

* Shell, Robert C.-H. Children of Bondage: A Social History of the Slave Society at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652-1838. Wesleyan/ University Press of New England, 1994. 555pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8195-5273-9


Felcone, J.J. "New Jersey Copyright Registrations, 1791-1845." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 104, 1 (April 1994): 51-116.

* Maslen, Keith. An Early London Printing House at Work: Studies in the Bowyer Ledgers. New York: Bibliographical Society of America, 1993. 256pp. ISBN 0-914930-16-8 [includes Supplement to the Bowyer Ornament Stock (1973), appendix on Bowyer's partnership with Emondson, and Bowyer's Paper Stock Ledger by Herbert Davis]

* Tanselle, G. Thomas. The Life and Work of Fredson Bowers. Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia, 1993. 210pp. ISBN 1-883631-00-9 [Forword by David L. Vander Meulen, chronology by Martin C. Battestin]

* Trautman, T.R., & K.S. Kabelac. The Library of Lewis Henry and Mary Elizabeth Morgan: Introduction, Inventory, Catalogue and Register of the Morgan Papers. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 84, 6-7 (1994), 336pp.

[see also title by Allan listed under Research Opportunities]


Choquette, L. "Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Tradition in the Peopling of French North America." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 104, 1 (April 1994): 27-50.

Currie, Noel Elizabeth. Cook and the Cannibals: Nootka Sound, 1778. Lumen, 13 (1994): 71-78.


Marichal, C. & M.S. Mantecon. "Silver and Stuados: New Spain and the Financing of the Spanish Empire in the Caribbean in the 18th Century." Hispanic American Historical Review, 74, 4 (November 1994): 587-614.


* Songs of the Immortals: An Anthology of Classical Chinese Poetry. Tr. by Xu Yuan Zhong. Penguin, 1995. 256pp. ISBN: 0-14-058685-7

[see also title by Richards et al. listed under Maritime History]


Weidhorn, M. "Styles of Manliness in Antiquity and in Gibbon." Midwest Quarterly, 36, 2 (Winter 1995): 136-69.

[see also title by Berube listed under France-Literature-Voltaire]


Texte, 13-14 (1993) is a special issue on texts and informatics, including studies on computers and linguistics, writing, textual analysis, editing, hypertexts, critical editions, and on-line resources. All papers are in French.


* Burnett, John. Idle Hands: The Experience of Unemployment, 1790-1990. Routledge, 1994. ISBN: 0-415-05500-8 (cloth), 0-415-05501-6 (paper).

* Copley, Stephen and Kathryn Sutherland, eds. Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations: New Interdisciplinary Essays. Manchester University Press, 1995. 204pp. ISBN 0-7190-3942-8 (cloth), 0-7190-3943-6 (paper).


* Davis, R.W., ed. Lords of Parliament: Studies, 1714-1914. Stanford University Press, 1995. 288pp. ISBN 0-8047-2476-8

* Felsenstein, Frank. Anti-Semitic Stereotypes: A Paradigm of Otherness in English Popular Culture, 1660-1830. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. 376pp. ISBN: 0-8018-4903-9

* Harris, Tim, ed. Popular Culture in England, 1500-1850. St. Martin's Press, 1995. 304pp. ISBN: 0-312-12463-5 (cloth), 0-312-12464-3 (paper).

* Kekewich, Margaret Lucille, ed. Princes and Peoples: France and the British Isles, 1620-1714: An Anthology of Primary Sources. Manchester University Press, 1995. 320pp. ISBN 0-7190-4572-X (cloth), 0-7190-4573-8 (paper).

* Rizzo, Betty. Companions Without Vows: Relationships Among 18th-Century Women. University of Georgia Press, 1994. ISBN 0-8203-1541-9

Wordsworth Circle, 25, 3 (Summer 1994) is a special interdisciplinary issue on recuperations (mainly in the 19th century) of the English Civil War. Papers of interest to our readers include N.J. Watson, "Domestic Revolutions: Fictions of National History, 1788-1830" (129); T. Hoagwood, "Gilray, Cromwell, and the Problem of Representation" (134); and G. Kucich, "Inventing Revolutionary History: Romanticism and the Politics of Literary Tradition" (138).

[see also title by Lawrence listed under History of Medicine; by Harding listed under Maritime History]


* Almond, Philip C. Heaven and Hell in Enlightenment England. Cambridge University Press, 1994. 218pp. ISBN 0-521-45371-2

Groom, N. "Richard Farmer and the Rowley Controversy." Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September 1994): 314-18.

Levin, Y. "English Literature in 18th-Century Russia." Modern Language Review, 89, 4 (October 1994): R25 [Modern Humanities Research Institute Presidential Address, University College, London, January 7 1994].

* Moran, Michael G., ed. Eighteenth-century British and American rhetoricians: critical studies and sources. Greenwood, 1994. 318pp., bibl. ISBN 0-313-27909-8 [includes essays on Edmund Burke, Margaret Fell, Alexander Gerard, John Herries, John Locke, Mary Wollstonecraft, Noah Webster, &c.]


* Austen, Jane. Persuasion. Ed. Patricia Meyer Spacks. New York: Norton (Norton Critical Editions), 1994. 336pp. ISBN: 0-393-96018-8

* Tucker, George Holbert. Jane Austen the woman: some biographical insights. St. Martin s, 1994. 286pp. ISBN 0-312-12049-4

Vick, R. "Some Unexplained References in Austen's Letters." Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September 1994): 318-21.

Vick, R. "The Date of Jane Austen's Letters 108 and 109." Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September 1994): 321-22.

Vick, R. "Errors of Identification in the Indices to Austen's Letters." Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September 1994): 322-23.

Vick, R. "Fly: Brother or Dog? Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September1994): 323-24.

Vick, R. "Jane Austen and Lord Howard." Notes and Queries, 41, 3 (September 1994): 324-25.


Sabor, Peter. "The Rediscovery of Frances Burney's Plays." Lumen, 13 (1994): 145-56.


Rowland, Jon. "From Cheated Sight to False Light: Analogy in Swift and Churchill," in Theorizing Satire, ed. Brian Connery & Kirk Combe (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 107-132.


Clare, J. "The Production and Reception of Davenant's Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru." Modern Language Review, 89, 4 (October 1994): 832-41.


Sill, Geoffrey M. "The Spiro Peterson Center for Defoe Studies at Miami University." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 9, 1-2 (Winter-Spring1995): 13-16.


Cotterill, A. "The Politics and Aesthetics of Digression: Dryden's Discourse Concerning the Original and Progress of Satire." Studies in Philology, 91, 4 (Autumn 1994): 464 ff.


* Fielding, Henry. Tom Jones. Ed. Sheridan Baker. 2nd ed. . New York: Norton (Norton Critical Editions), 1994. 816pp. ISBN 0-393-96594-5.

Rivero, Albert J. "Figurations of the Dying: Reading Fielding's Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 93, 4 (October 1994): 520-33.

Rogers, Pat. "Tom Jones and the Age of Discretion." Lumen, 13 (1994): 1-12.


Nokes, D. "Defence and mockery in Gay's life and work." TLS, 4790 (January 20, 1995): 13.


Norman, Brian. "Gibbon at Lausanne." Lumen, 13 (1994): 137-44.

Wootton, D. "Narrative, Irony, and Faith in Gibbon's Decline and Fall." History & Theory, 33, 4 (1994): 77-105.

[see also title by Weidhorn listed under Classics]


* Boswell, James. Boswell's Life of Johnson: An Edition of the Original Manuscript, Vol 1: 1709-1765. Ed. Marshall Waingrow. Yale University Press, 1995. 500pp. ISBN 0-7486-0471-5

West, Katherine N. "The Treatment of Johnson's Shakespeare by Modern Editors." Lumen, 13 (1994): 179-86.


Drodge, Susan. "The Sexual Politics of the Eye: Women in Pope's Poetry." Lumen, 13 (1994): 79-86.

Nash, Richard. "Satyrs and Satire in Augustan England." In Theorizing Satire, ed. Brian Connery & Kirk Combe (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 95-105.


* Miles, Robert. Ann Radcliffe: The Great Enchantress. Manchester University Press, 1995. 208pp. ISBN 0-7190-3828-6 (cloth); 0- 7190-3829-4 (paper).


Rain, D.C. "Richardson's Character: A Case Study in an Author's Reputation." English, 43, 177 (Autumn 1994): 193-208.


* Spector, R.D. Smollett's Women: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Masculine Sensibility. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1994. 197pp. ISBN: 0-313-28790-1


[see title by Grundy listed under History of Medicine]


Grogan, Claire. "Mary Wollstonecraft and Hannah More: Politics, Feminism and Modern Critics." Lumen, 13 (1994): 99-108.


Cook, M. "Bougainville and One Noble Savage: Two Manuscript Texts of Bernardin de Saint Pierre." Modern Language Review, 89, 4 (October 1994): 842-55.

Debaecque, A. "From Royal Dignity to Republican Austerity: The Ritual for the Reception of Louis XVI in the French National Assembly, 1789-92." Journal of Modern History, 66, 4 (December 1994): 671-96.

* LeGoff, T.J.A. France 1661-1789. Edward Arnold, 1995. 288 pp. ISBN: 0-340-64532-6 (cloth), 0-7131-6527-8 (paper).

Morgan, P. "Schauten nicht alle volker nach der haupstand der welt: German Publications on the Bicentenary of the French Revolution." AUMLA, 82 (novembre 1994): 85-102 [review article].

[see also title by Kekewich listed under England - History]


Bonnel, Roland. "Sur les rives de l'Ohio: la cite utopique de Lezay-Marnesia." Lumen, 13 (1994): 43-60.

Sokalski, Alex. "Madame Du Noyer, the Abbe de Bucquoy and the Birth of a Narration." Lumen, 13 (1994): 157-68.


* Diderot. Selected Writings on Art and Literature. Tr. Geoffrey Bremner. Penguin Classics,1995. 432pp. ISBN: 0-14-044588-9

Maher, Daniel. "Un fil d'Ariane? le recit de l'hotesse dans Jacques le fataliste." Lumen, 13 (1994): 117-24.


[see titles by Rousseau listed under Political Thought]


Rosa, G.M. "Byron, Madame de Staël, Schlegel, and the Religious Motif in Armance." Comparative Literature, 46, 4 (Autumn 1994): 346-71.


Berube, Georges-L. "Le personnage de Philoctete dans l'OEdipe de Voltaire: un signe avant-coureur." Lumen, 13 (1994): 61-70.

Fumaroli, M. "Art of persuasion: The lasting influence of the Jesuits on Voltaire's style and thought." TLS, 4791 (January 21, 1995): 14.


Lambin, D.A. "From Grottoes to the Alps: A Contribution to a History of Rock and Alpine Gardens." Journal of Garden History, 14, 4 (October-December 1994): 236-.

Roscoe, Ingrid. "Of Statues, Obelisks, Dyals, and other invegitative Ornament : Sources and meanings for English garden statues." Apollo, 141, 395 (Jan. 1995): 38-42.

Terwen Dionisius, E.M. "Date and Design of the Botanical Garden in Padua." Journal of Garden History, 14, 4 (October-December 1994): 213-.



Hillenbrand, R. "Repentance of the Bajadere: Slavery and Classical Humanity in Goethe's Hindu Ballad" [in German]. Michigan Germanic Studies, 18, 2 (Autumn 1992): 126-33.

Swales, M. "Die Neue Sitte, and Metaphors of Secular Existence: Reflections on Goethe's Iphigenie." Modern Language Review, 89, 4 (October 1994): 902-15.


Bohnert, Christiane. "Early Modern Complex Satire and the Satiric Novel: Genre and Cultural Transposition," in Theorizing Satire, ed.Brian Connery & Kirk Combe (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 151-172. [Wieland, Johann Karl Wezel]


Iggers, Georg G. "Historicism: The History and Meaning of the Term." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 1 (January 1995): 129-52.

[see also titles from Historical Reflections listed under History of Religion]


* Colvin, Howard. A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600-1840. 3rd ed. Yale University Press, 1995. 1248pp. ISBN: 0-300-06091-2

* Etlin, Richard. Symbolic Space: French Enlightenment Architecture and its Legacy. University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Pinon, Pierre. "Sous influence parisienne: l'architecture civile et religieuse au XVIIIe siecle." Monuments historiques, 193 (aout-septembre 1994): 68-73.


* Hunt, John Dixon, ed. The Pastoral Landscape. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1992. 228pp., ill. ISBN 0-89468-181-8


Viscomi, J. "A Breach in a City the Morning After the Battle: Lost or Found?" Blake, 28, 3 (Autumn 1994): 44-61.


The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art, 81, 8 (October 1994) is a special issue on new Chinese acquisitions.


Salatino, K. "David's Roman Album 11 at the Getty Center." Apollo, 140, 393 (November 1994): 50-52.


Laveissiere, S. "Le donation d'un portrait de jeune homme en chasseur par Girodet (1767-1824)." Revue du Louvre-La revue des musees de France, 44, 4 (octobre 1994): 15-.

Michaelis, R. "Une dessin preperatoire de Samson et Dalilia, un piece formel par Antoine Pesne (1683-1757) pour sa reception dans l'Academie de Paris, 1720." Revue du Louvre-La revue des musees de France, 44, 4 (octobre 1994): 41-.

Vial, M.P. "Pierre Puget (1620-1694), peintre, sculpteur, architect." Connaissance des arts, 511 (novembre 1994): 86-95.


Navarre-Teprieto, B. "The Anibal of Goya and the Model of Jose Arias" [in Spanish]. Archivo Espanol de Arte, 67, 265 (January-March 1994): 86-90.

The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 28, 4 (Winter 1994) includes several papers on the recent Maja Controversy, including: A.A. Anderson & C.R. Garolan, "Exposed and Expelled: The Maja Controversy Revisited" (33); M.L. Krumrine, "Goya's Maja Desnuda in Context" (36); S.C. Dubin, "Art's Enemies: Censors to the Right of Me, Censors to the Left of Me" (54); E.L. Lankford, "Freedom and Outrage in Art Education" (54); K.J. Foster, "Art, Culture, and Administration" (62).


* Bellomo, Manlio. The Common Legal Past of Europe, 1000-1800. Catholic University of America Press, 1995. 288pp. ISBN: 0-8132-0813-0 (cloth), 0-8132-0814-9 (paper)

Forbes, A.M. "Johnson, Blackstone, and the Tradition of Natural Law." Mosaic, 27, 4 (December 1994): 81-98.

Johnson, N.E. "Rights, Property, and the Law in the English Jacobin Novel." Mosaic, 27, 4 (December 1994): 99-120.

Polito, M. "Wit, Will and Governance in Early Modern Legal Literature." Mosaic, 27, 4 (December 1994): 15-34.

Travitsky, B.S. "A Pitilesse Mother? Reports of a 18th-Century English Filicide." Mosaic, 27, 4 (December 1994): 55-80.

Barnard, T.C. "Lawyers and the Law in Later 17th-Century Ireland." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 111 (May 1993): 256-82.


* Digby, Anne. Making a Medical Living: Doctors and Patients in the English Market for Medicine. Cambridge University Press, 1994. 348pp. ISBN 0-521-34526-X

Grundy, Isobel. "Medical Advance and Female Fame: Inoculation and its After-Effects." Lumen, 13 (1994): 13-42.

* Lawrence, Christopher. Medicine in the Making of Modern Britain, 1700-1920. Routledge, 1994. 112pp. ISBN: 0-415-09168-3

* Porter, Roy and Lesley Hall. The Facts of Life: The Creation of Sexual Knowledge in Britain, 1650-1950. Yale University Press, 1995. 432pp. ISBN: 0-300-06221-4

[see also title by Jacyna listed under Scotland-History]


Cranmer, D. "Opera in Portugal or Portuguese Opera? Musical Times, 135, 1821 (November 1994): 692-97.

Heinichen, J.D. "Neu Erfundene und Grundiche Anweisung (1711), pp. 65-111, 175-183." Musiktheorie, 9, 2 (1994): 169-81.

McGeary, T. "Gendering Opera: Italian Opera as the Feminine Other in Britain, 1700-1742." Journal of Musicological Research, 14, 1-2 (1994): 17-34.

Pryer, A. "Re-Thinking History: The Problems of Music Historians and Some Recent Histories of Early Music." Musical Times, 135, 1821 (November 1994): 682-91.


Paffenroth, K. "The Character of Judas in Bach's St. Matthew's Passion." Midwest Quarterly, 36, 2 (Winter 1995): 125-35.

Schenkman, W. "Tempo Relationships in the Preludes and Fugues of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier." Clavier, 33, 9 (November 1994): 44-. [correspondence].

Vojteskova, J. "Bach, Zelenka and Hartig" (in Czech). Hudebni Veda, 31, 2 (1994): 145-9.


Borthwick, E.K. "Haydn's Latin Quotations: A Postscript." Music & Letters, 75, 4 (November 1994): 576-9.


"Mozart's Death: Medical History and Pathology." Clavier, 33, 9 (November 1994): 44-.


Segal, R.A. "Hume's Natural History of Religion and the Beginning of the Social Scientific Study of Religion." Religion, 24, 3 (July 1994): 225-34.

Historical Reflections, 20, 3 (Autumn 1994) is a special issue entitled "History, Historiography, and the History of Religions." Among the articles of interest to SR readers -- K. Rudolph, "We Learn WhatReligion is From History: On the Relation Between the Study of History and the Study of Religions" (357); H.G. Kippenberg, "Rivalry Among Scholars of Religion: The Crisis of Historicism and the Formation of Paradigms in the History of Religions" (377); C. Colpe, "The Science of Religion, the History of Religion, the Phenomenology of Religion" (403); M. Desplan, "Two Types of Scholarship: the Contrast Between Anquetil-Duperron and Champollion" (413); A. McCalla, "When is History not History? Historiography and the History of Religion" (435); G. Lease, "The History of Religious Consciousness and the Diffusion of Culture: Strategies for Surviving Dissolution" (453).


Connolly, S.J. "The Church of Ireland: a Critical Bibliography, 1690-1800." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 112 (November, 1994): 358-62.

McGuire, J.I. "The Church of Ireland: a Critical Bibliography, 1641-1690." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 112 (November, 1994): 358-61.

Pailin, D.A. "The Confused and Confusing Story of Natural Religion." Religion, 24, 3 (July 1994): 199-212.


[see also titles by Allan listed under Research Opportunities; by Felsenstein listed under England-History; by Zola listed under US & Colonial History]


* Fox, Christopher, Roy S. Porter, & Robert Wokler, eds. Inventing Human Science: Eighteenth Century Domains. Oxford University Press, 1995. 368pp.

* Newton, Isaac. Newton. Selected & edited by I. Bernard Cohen & Richard S. Westfall. . New York: Norton (Norton Critical Editions), 1994. 400pp. ISBN 0-393-95902-3 [includes 9 parts: Natural Philosophy, Scientific Method, Experimental Procedure, Optics, Rational Mechanics, Systems of the World, Alchemy and Theory of Matter, Theology, and Mathematics, as well as a biographical register and glossary of scientific terms]


McKenny, K. "Charles II's Irish Cavaliers: The 1649 Officers and the Restoration Land Settlement." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 112 (November, 1994): 409-25.

* Proudfoot, Lindsay. Urban Patronage and Social Authority: The Management of the Duke of Devonshire's Towns in Ireland, 1764-1891. Catholic University of America Press: 1995. 300pp. ISBN: 0-8132-0819-X

Woods, C.J. "Theses in Irish History Completed in Irish Universities, 1992." Irish Historical Studies, 28, 112 (November, 1994): 440-42.

[see also title by Barnard listed under History of Law; by Connolly and by McGuire listed under History of Religion-Christianity- Protestant]



Bogel, Fredric V. "The Difference Satire Makes: Reading Swift's Poems," in Theorizing Satire, ed. Brian Connery & Kirk Combe (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 43-53.

Mackie, Erin. "The Culture Market, the Marriage Market, and the Exchange of Language: Swift and the Progress of Desire," in Theorizing Satire, ed. Brian Connery & Kirk Combe (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 173-192.

MacPherson, Jay. "Swift's very knowing American. Lumen, 13 (1994): 109-16.

* Stringfellow, Frank. The meaning of irony: a psychoanalytic investigation. State University of New York Press, 1994. 177pp. ISBN 0-7914-1977-0 [focuses on Swift & Kafka]

[see also title by Rowland listed under England-Literature-Churchill]


Addeo, G. "Il Spettatore Napoletane, Its Origins and Place in Italian Journalism and the Neapolitan Revolution, Excerpts from May 1799 issues" [in Italian]. Critica Letteraria, 22, 3 (1994): 509-50.

Arato, F. "Between enlightenment and restoration: Giuseppe Acerbi and his travels" [in Italian]. Giornale Storica della Letteratura Italiana, 171, 555 (1994): 343-84.


Fabrizi, A. "An annotated bibliography of Alfieri criticism" [in Italian]. Giornale Storica della Letteratura Italiana, 171, 555 (1994): 385-411.

Lindon, J. "Alfieri's reticence in the second part of his Vita (1803): His fourth trip to England and his development as Misogallo" [in Italian]. Giornale Storica della Letteratura Italiana, 171, 555 (1994): 321-42.


Regn, G. "Beyond so-called Commedia Borghese: comic techniques, carnival elements, and moral license in Goldoni's La Locandiera" [in German]. Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift, 44, 3 (1994): 324-44.


Kern, A.A. "European and indigenous culture in the Rio Plato region, 16th-18th century" [in Portuguese]. Estudos Ibero-Americanos, 19, 2 (December 1993): 5-18.


* Harding, Richard. The Evolution of the Sailing Navy, 1509- 1815. St. Martin's Press, 1995. 278pp. ISBN: 0-312-12407-4

Richards, R., M. Malloy, & B.C. Busch. "United States Trade With China, 1784-1814." American Neptune, 54, Supplement (includes tables listing US vessels at China].

[see also title by Currie listed under Canada &c.]


* Broudy, Eric. The Book of Looms: A History of the Handloom from Ancient Times to the Present. University Press of New England, 1993. 176pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-649-8

* Conservation Research. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1993. 178pp., ill. ISBN 0-89468-178-8 (paper)

* Conservation Research: Studies of 15th- to 19th- century Tapestry. Ed. Lotus Stack. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1993. 120pp., ill. ISBN 0-89468-183-4 (paper)

* Cummings, Abbott Lowell, comp. Bed Hangings: A Treatise on Fabrics and Styles in the Curtaining of Beds, 1650-1850. University Press of New England, 1994. 132pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-972-1 (paper) [new introd. by Jane C. Nylander, essay by Nina Fletcher Little]

Gustafson, E.H. "Early American Furniture, Glassware, and Silver." Magazine Antiques, 146, 6 (December 1994): 736 ff. [recent museum acquisitions].

* Hamilton, John D. Material Culture of the American Freemasons. University Press of New England, 1994. 320pp, ill. ISBN 0-87451-971-3

* Jobe, Brock W., ed. Portsmouth Furniture: Masterworks from the New Hampshire Seacoast. University Press of New England, 1993. 429pp. 450 ill. ISBN: 0-87451-608-0 (paper)

Pagani, Catherine. "The Clocks of James Cox: Chinoiserie and the Clock Trade with China in the late 18th century." Apollo, 141, 395 (January 1995): 15-22.

Rorschach, Kimerly. "The 5th Lord Baltimore as patron and collector." Apollo, 141, 395 (January 1995): 7-14 [18th-c. American collector].


* Cope, R. Douglas. The Limits of Racial Domination: Plebian Society in Colonial Mexico City, 1660-1720. University of Wisconsin Press, 1994. 220pp. ISBN: 0-299-14040-7

Norris, J. "The Franciscans in New Mexico, 1692-1754: Towards a New Assessment." Americas, 51, 2 (October 1994): 151-72.


Festa, R. "Time and Reason: Arthur O. Lovejoy's 18th-Century Studies" [in Italian]. Studi Storici, 35, 2 (April-June 1994): 447-76.

Harker, W.J. "Reader Response and the Act of Reading: Seven Studies in Review." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 28, 4 (Winter 1994): 67-80.

* Vallone, Lynne. Disciplines of Virtue: Girls' Culture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Yale University Press, 1995. 240pp. ISBN: 0-300-06172-2


Elliot, M. "This Indian Bait: Samson Occom and the Voice of Liminality." Early American Literature, 29, 3 (1994): 233-53 [native American priest].

* Haviland, William A., & Marjory W. Power. The Original Vermonters: Native Inhabitants, Past and Present_. Rev. and expanded ed. Vermont/University Press of New England, 1994. 362pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-667-6 (paper)


Vallins, David. "Production and Existence: Coleridge's Unification of Nature." Journal of the History of Ideas, 56, 1 (January 1995): 107-24 [Coleridge & Kant, Spinoza, Fichte, Schelling].

[see also title by Jacyna listed under Scotland-History]


Jonkers, P. "Immanence and Transcendence in Modern Philosophy: Some Questions with Regard to Fichte's Dispute on Atheism" [in Dutch]. Tidjschrift voor Filosofie, 56, 4 (December 1994): 667-92.


[see title by Segal listed under History of Religion]


Adler, N. "Return to Kant's Kritik der Reinen Vernunf for cognitive progress in mathematical physics" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 85, 3 (1994): 309-36.

Conard, M.T. "Allison's Reading of Kant's Paradox of Inner Sense." Philosophy Today, 38, 3 (Autumn 1994): 317-25 [re: Kant's Transcendental Idealism by Allison].

Grunewald, B. "Metaphysical problems of freedom: an attempt at revising the end of the Kantian solution" [in German]. Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 101, 2 (1994): 347-57.

Marinoff, L. "Hobbes, Spinoza, Kant: Highway Robbery and Game Theory." Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 72, 4 (December 1994): 445-62.

Nicholls, M. "The Kantian Inheritance and Schopenhauer's Doctrine of Will." Kant-Studien, 85, 3 (1994): 257-79

Petrus, K. "Summoned darkness and shallowness: historical-semantic prerequisites for the debate between Kant and Garve in context of the Gottingen Review" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 85, 3 (1994): 280-302.

Rapp, C. & W. Ullrich. "Why is the deduction of taste judgments so easy? an attempt at justifying para. 38 of Kritik der Urteilskraft [in German]. Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 101, 2 (1994): 358-64.

Surber, J.P. "Kant, Levinas, and the Thought of the Other." Philosophy Today, 38, 3 (Autumn 1994): 294-316.

Wetzel, M. "Synthesis and following the rules: Kant in discourse with Husserl, Wittgenstein, and Piaget" [in German]. Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 101, 2 (1994): 365-80.

Wheeler. M. "The Uniformity of the Causal Connection in the Second Analogy: Or, How Not to Dodge Beck." Kant-Studien, 85, 3 (1994): 341-51.


Simmons, A.J. "Locke on the Death Penalty." Philosophy, 69, 270 (October 1994): 471-78.


[see titles by Rousseau listed under Political Thought]


Mason, R. "Spinoza on Religious Choice." Philosophy, 69, 270 (October1994): 443-58.

Mertens, F. "Should the Role of Franciscus van den Enden in the Origins of Spinozism Be Reconsidered?" [in Dutch]. Tidjschrift voor Filosofie, 56, 4 (December 1994): 717-38.


Meagher, Paul G. "Vauvenargues' Quest for a New Moral Philosophy." Lumen, 13 (1994): 125-36.


Decher, F. "Mind and free utilization of will: Vico on the nature of man in the New Science" [in German]. Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 101, 2 (1994): 334-36.


* Rousseau. The Collected Writings of Rousseau. Dartmouth/University Press of New England -- Vol. I: Rousseau, Judge of Jean-Jacques: Dialogues, 1990, 309pp., ill. ISBN 0-87452-495-9; Vol. II. Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (First Discourse) and Polemics, 1992, 259pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-580-7; Vol. III. Discourse on the Origin of Inequality (Second Discourse), Polemics, and Political Economy_, 1993, 242pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-603-X; Vol. IV. Social Contract, Discourse on the Virtue Most Necessary for a Hero, Political Fragments, and Geneva Manuscript, 1994, 306pp., ill. ISBN: 0-87451-646-3; Vol. V: The Confessions and Correspondence, Including the Letters to Malesherbes, 1995, 624pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-707-9

[see also title by Bonnell listed under France-Literature]


Allan, N. "Catalogue of Hebrew Printed Books (1491-1900) in the Wellcome Institute, London." Journal of Semitic Studies, 39, 2 (Autumn 1994): 183-206.

Snyder, Heney L. "Early English Serials: An International Union Catalogue of Periodicals and Newspapers." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 9, 1-2 (Winter-Spring 1995): 20-27.

Tierney, James. "Pre-1800 British Periodical Subject Index: An Update." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 9, 1-2 (Winter-Spring 1995): 17-20.


[see title by Levin listed under England-Literature]


* Devine, T.M. and Gordon Jackson, eds. Glasgow: Volume 1: Beginnings to 1830. Manchester University Press, 1995. 512pp. ISBN: 0-7190-3691-7

* Harvie, Christopher. Scotland and Nationalism: Scottish Society and Politics, 1707-1994. 2nd ed. Routledge, 1994. 236pp. ISBN: 0-415-09040-7 (cloth), 0-415-09041-5 (paper).

* Jacyna, Stephen. Philosophic Whigs: Medicine, Science and Citizenship in Edinburgh, 1789-1848. Routledge, 1994. 224pp. ISBN: 0-415-03614-3



* Newman, Donald J., ed. James Boswell: Psychological Interpretations. St. Martin's Press, 1995. 224pp. ISBN 0-312-12142-3

[see also title by Boswell listed under England-Literature-Johnson]


Bittenbender, J.C. "Bakhtinian Carnival in the Poetry of Robert Burns." Scottish Literary Journal, 21, 2 (November 1994): 23-38.


Manning, Susan. "The Pleasures of Indolence: James Thomson and William Byrd." Scottish Literary Journal, 21, 2 (November 1994): 39-54.


Barrio-Gonzalo, M. "The 1764 Scarcity and its Reliquie through the Correspondence of Bernardo Tanucci and Jeronimo Grimaldi" [in Spanish]. Hispania, 186 (January-April 1994): 111-44.


Thompson, Michael B. "Imitation and Originality in the Swedish Enlightenment." Lumen, 13 (1994): 169-78.


Tuskes, G. "Les meditations d un prince chretien, Racoczy, Francois II de Transylvanie (1676-1735)." Dix-septieme siecle, 184 (juillet- septembre 1994): 555-80.


* Brigham, David R. Public Culture in the Early Republic: Peale's Museum and its Audience. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1995. 240pp. ISBN: 1-56098-416-3

* Brown, Jeffrey P. and Andrew R.L. Cayton, eds. The Pursuit of Public Power: Political Culture in Ohio, 1787-1861._ Kent State University Press, 1994. 272pp. ISBN 0-87338-496-2 (paper)

Heideking, J. "The Federal Processions of 1788 and the Origins of American Civil Religion." Soundings, 77, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 1994): 367-88.

* Nuxoll, Elizabeth M. & Mary A. Gallagher, eds. The Papers of Robert Morris, 1781-1784: Vol. 8: May 5-December 31, 1783._ University of Pittsburgh Press, 1995. 1200pp. ISBN: 0-8229-3886-3

* Potkay, Adam & Sandra Burr, eds. Black Atlantic Writers of the Eighteenth Century: Living the New Exodus in England and the Americas. Selections from the Writings of Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, John Marrant, Ottobah Cugoano, and Olaudah Equiano. St. Martin's Press, 1995. 288pp. ISBN 0-312-12133-4 (cloth), 0-312-12518-6 (paper).

* Shackelford, George Green. Thomas Jefferson's Travels in Europe, 1784-1789. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. 240pp. ISBN: 0-8018-4843-1

Thomas, B.W. "Inclusion and Exclusion in the Moravian Settlement in North Carolina, 1770-90." Historical Archaeology, 28, 3 (1994): 15-29.

* Wilderson, Paul W. Governor John Wentworth and the American Revolution: The English Connection. University Press of New England, 1994. 380pp., ill. ISBN 0-87451-656-0

[see also title by Richards et al. listed under Maritime History]


* Avery, Gillian. Behold the Child: American Children and their Books, 1621-1922. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. 239pp. ISBN: 0-8018-5066-5

* Beatty, Barbara. Preschool Education in America: The Culture of Young Children from the Colonial Era to the Present. Yale University Press, 1995. 352pp. ISBN: 0-300-06027-0

* Meaders, Daniel E. Kidnappers in Philadelphia: Isaac Hopper's Tales of Oppression, 1780-1843. New York: Garland, 1994. 389pp. ISBN: 0-8153-1776-X (slavery)

* Pitcher, W.R., ed. Imaging America: Anecdote, Tale, and Short Story in the Eighteenth Century. Union College Press, 1995. 266pp. ISBN: 0-912756-03-9

Shields, E.T. "A Modern Poem by the Mecklenburg Censor: Politics and Satire in Revolutionary North Carolina." Early American Literature, 29, 3 (1994): 205-33.

Simpson, L.P. "A Poetics of Independence." Sewanee Review, 102, 4 (Autumn 1994): 641-52.

Von Frank, A. J. "John Saffin, Slavery and Racism in Colonial Massachusetts." Early American Literature, 29, 3 (1994): 254-72.

* Zola, Gary Phillip. Isaac Harby of Charleston, 1788-1828: Jewish Reformer and Intellectual._ University of Alabama Press, 1994. 284pp. ISBN: 0-8173-0693-5

[see title by Moran listed under England-Literature]

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