No. 92

April-May 2003

Greetings! Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland (C18-L's Dogsbody, Factotum, and Netwallah), with the generous assistance of the C18-L Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz.,

  Costica Bradatan

  Michael A. Baenen

  Lisa Berglund

  David Brewer

  Paul Bunten

  Jack Lynch

  Benoît Melançon

  Maureen E. Mulvihill

  Neil Guthrie

  Laura Rosenthal

  A.J. Wright

As always, acknowledgments are due to the Man in the Funny Hat, Grandpa Owl, Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, the Secret Admirer, the Chair of the Irony Board, Professor Cadenza, Django Reinhardt, Jorge Amado, Jorge Ben, Ben Franklin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Roosevelt Sykes, the Acme Foundation for Nearly Unrecognizable Excellence, the Syndics of the New Intangible College, the Laputa Exchange Program, and a cast to be reckoned by the dozens.

Once again, this issue of Selected Readings is made possible by the Institute for Creative Insolvency in the New Intangible College.

What kinds of things make it into this bibliography? Good question! Please see the explanations and caveats on the Selected Readings Modus Operandi Page. This sign -- § -- indicates a special issue of a journal; this sign -- * - indicates a book, and new websites now have their own blue boxes. All links given in this issue were operational on the date of publication; if you're visiting in the future (relatively speaking) we cannot ensure the links will still be up.

Contributions of new bibliographical materials are always welcome - see the C18-L list of journals we'd like to have reviewed. Recent dissertations may be listed, too. We would also be grateful for listings of new monographs and contents of essay collections. Individuals, presses and journal editors are welcome to send tables of contents via email.

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Nairn, Karen. "What Has the Geography of Sleeping Arrangements Got to Do with the Geography of Our Teaching Spaces?" Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 10, 1 (March 2003): 67-82.



[see titles by Himelfarb, Schwartz, and Thomas listed under Archaeology]


Darnell, Regna. "The Pivotal Role of the Northwest Coast in the History of Americanist Anthropology." BC Studies, 125 (Spring-Summer 2000).

Frank, Gloria Jean. "'That's My Dinner on Display': A First Nations Reflection on Museum Culture." BC Studies, 125 (Spring-Summer 2000).

O'Connell, Lisa. "'Matrimonial Ceremonies Displayed': Popular Ethnography and Enlightened Imperialism." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 98-116 [English Marriage Act of 1753; Hume; Montesquieu; de Gaya; Salmon; Lady Hamilton].

[see also title by Spector listed under France - Literature - Montesquieu; by Wulf under History of Education]


Brier, B. "Napoleon in Egypt." Archaeology, 52, 3 (May-June 1999): 44 ff.

D'Agostino, M.E. "Privy business: Chamber pots and sexpots in colonial life." Archaeology, 53, 5 (July-August 2000): 32 ff.

D'Agostino, M.E. "Bottoms up! A wedding toast." Archaeology, 53, 5 (July-August 2000): 36 [chamber pots in marriage rituals].

Deagan, K. "Rethinking modern history: Historical archaeology has critically altered our understanding of colonization, the growth of cities, and the lives of disenfranchised people." Archaeology, 51, 5 (September-October 1998): 54-60.

Esquivias, C. "Cuecillos: Early colonial mapping of Precolumbian mounds." Antiquity, 76, 291 (March 2002): 37-38.

Fisher, C.L. "The face of Colonial Albany." Archaeology, 53, 2 (March-April 2000): 30 [facial restruction of late 17th-c female skull].

Freese, B. "Boyhood home." Archaeology, 54, 6 (November-December 2001): 16 [James Madison's Virginia childhood home located].

Hammond, N., & X.H. Wang. "Sir Thomas Spencer's Chinese seal." Antiquity, 72, 277 (September 1998): 550-553.

Hantman, J.L., K. Wood, & D. Shields. "Writing collaborative history: How the Monacan Nation and archaeologists worked together to enrich our understanding of Virginia's native peoples." Archaeology, 53, 5 (September-October 2000): 56 ff.

Himelfarb, E.J. "Hoodoo cache." Archaeology, 53, 3 (May-June 2000): 21 [excavating Brice House slave quarters, Annapolis].

Main, J. "A vanished El Dorado: Splendid baroque facades in a tangle of trees and vines attest a unique union of Jesuit priests and native tribes in the heart of South America." Archaeology, 54, 2 (March-April 2001): 46 ff. [Guarani Indians, 16th-18th c Paraguay mission art]

Main, J. "A neglected heritage." Archaeology, 54, 2 (March-April 2001): 50-52 [missions of the Jesuit Republic, Argentina].

Nordbladh, J. "How to organize oneself within history: Pehr Tham and his relation to antiquity at the end of the 18th century." Antiquity, 76, 291 (March 2002): 141-150.

Rose, M. "Digging old Brooklyn: From farmsteads to borough." Archaeology, 51, 5 (September-October 1998): 19.

Schlanger, N. "Ancestral archives: Explorations in the history of archaeology." Antiquity, 76, 291 (March 2002): 127-131.

Schnapp, A. "Between antiquarians and archaeologists: Continuities and ruptures." Antiquity, 76, 291 (March 2002): 134-140.

Schwartz, S. "Yankee slavery." Archaeology, 54, 5 (September-October 2001): 19 [archaeological evidence of 18th-century slavery in Connecticut].

Smiley, B. "Detroit, next exit." Archaeology, 53, 5 (July-August 2000): 19 [War of 1812 site, Hull's Road].

Starbuck, D.R. "Beneath the bubblegum: The excavation of a well at Fort William Henry reveals as much about tourist culture as it does about the French and Indian War." Archaeology, 54, 1 (January-February 2001): 22-23.

Thomas, B.W. "Power and community: The archaeology of slavery at the Hermitage plantation." American Antiquity, 63, 4 (October 1998): 531-551.

Ubelaker, D.H. & D.W. Owsley. "Isotopic evidence for diet in the seventeenth-century colonial Chesapeake." American Antiquity, 68, 1 (January 2003): 129-139.

Watkins, J. "Writing unwritten history: An archaeologist and American Indian walks the tightrope of a double life." Archaeology, 53, 6 (November-December 2000): 36 ff.

Wiseman, J. "Archaeology and history: Addressing some delusions about our discipline." Archaeology, 53, 3 (May-June 2000): 6 ff.

Young, P.A. "Reluctant bedfellows: The great divide between archaeologists and historians." Archaeology, 53, 2 (March-April 2000): 2.

[see title by Slayman under Germany - Literature - Goethe; by Erskine under Maritime History; also "Searching" under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History - Lewis & Clark]


* Frost, Hamish, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, & Lucy Frost, eds. Chain Letters: Narrating Convict Lives. Melbourne University Press, 2002. 272 pp. ISBN: 0522849776

Ridley, Glynis. "Losing America and Finding Australia: Continental Shift in an Enlightenment Paradigm." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 202-224.

[see also title by Kiernan listed under Geography - Travel]


Doig, Kathleen Hardesty. "Encircling Encylopedias." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 441-44 [review essay].

* Fischer, Steven Roger. A history of writing. Reaktion Books, 2001. 352 p. ill. ISBN: 1861891679

Griffin, Robert J. "Anonymity and Authorship." New Literary History, 30 (1999): 877-95.

* Griffin, Robert J., ed. The Faces of Anonymity: Anonymous and Pseudonymous Publication from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century. Palgrave, 2003. [Select titles include: Margaret J.M. Ezell, "'By a Lady': The Mask of the Feminine in Restoration and 18th-Century Print Culture"; Kristine Louise Haugen, "'Death of an Author': Construction of Pseudonymity in the Battle of the Books'; Susan S. Lanser, "The Author's Queer Clothes: Authorship, Sex(uality), and The Travels and Adventures of Mademoiselle de Richelieu"; Vincent Caretta, "Possible Gustavus Vasa-Olaudah Equiano Attributions"; James Raven, "The Anonymous Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1830"; Susan Eilenberg, "Nothing's Namelessness: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein," (and several others outside the generous bounds of the long 18th century...)].

* Jackson, H. J. Marginalia: Readers Writing in Books. Yale University Press, 2001. 324 pp. ISBN: 0300088167 (cloth) 0300097204 (paper); National Library of Canada, 2001. ISBN: 20010116036

* Thomson, John, ed. Books and Bibliography: Essays in Commemoration of Don McKenzie. Victoria University Press, 2003. 216 pp., ill. ISBN 0864734298 (paper).

[see also title by Jagodzinski listed under England - Literature; by Turnovsky under France - Literature - Rousseau]

Libraries & Archives

* Lancaster, Jane. Inquire Within: A Social History of the Providence Athenaeum since 1753. Providence, Rhode Island: The Providence Athenaeum (distributed by Oak Knoll Press), 2003. xxxvi, 219 pp.

Piecuch, Jim. "'Of Great Importance Both to Civil & Religious Welfare': The Portsmouth Social Library, 1750-1786." Historical New Hampshire, 57, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2002): 67-84.

Newspapers & Journals

Albertan, Christian. «Entre foi et sciences: les Mémoires de Trévoux et le mouvement scientifique dans les années 50». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 91-97.

Balcou, Jean. «L'Année littéraire entre christianisme et Lumières (1754-1763)». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 99-106.

Bhomik, Urmi. "Facts and Norms in the Marketplace of Print: John Dunton's Athenian Mercury." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 345-65 [division of knowledge, presumption of analogous structure in questions of natural science and moral dilemmas].

Greilich, Susanne. «Les figures de l'exotisme dans les almanachs populaires européens aux XVIIIe-XIXe siècles», dans Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, York-Gothart Mix, Jean-Yves Mollier et Patricia Sorel (édit.), les Lectures du peuple en Europe et dans les Amériques (XVIIe-XXe siècle) (Paris: Éditions Complexe, 2003).

* Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen, York-Gothart Mix, Jean-Yves Mollier et Patricia Sorel (édit.). les Lectures du peuple en Europe et dans les Amériques (XVIIe-XXe siècle) (Paris: Éditions Complexe, 2003) - Lodovica Braida, «Les almanachs italiens du XVIIIe siècle: véhicules de «faux préjugés» ou «puissants moyens d'éducation»?»; Diana Cooper-Richet, «Entre stéréotypes et information, les représentations de l'Angleterre et des Anglais dans les Messagers boiteux de la fin du XVIIIe siècle à 1914»; Daniel Droixhe, «L'Étrenne des Lumières. Trente ans de prédictions dans l'Almanach de Liège...»; Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, «Traduire l'almanach populaire: essai de typologie et mise en perspective socio-culturelle»; Guy Mercadier, «Épanouissement et évolution de l'almanach en Espagne au XVIIIe siècle»; Alfred Messerli, «Les almanachs populaires à l'école en Suisse au XVIIIe siècle et au début du XIXe siècle»; York-Gothart Mix, «Critique de la mode et critique à la mode dans les almanachs populaires de langue allemande au XVIIIe siècle»; Daniel Purdy, «Avant l'ethnicité: le patriotisme des Lumières dans les almanachs de langue allemande de la jeune République américaine»; Véronique Sarrazin, «L'exemple des Étrennes parisiennes: succès, évolution et mutation d'un genre d'almanachs du XVIIIe au XIXe siècle»; Patricia Sorel, «Médecine et hygiène dans les almanachs populaires: l'exemple des Messagers boiteux (1750-1860)»; István György Toth, «Les analphabètes et les almanachs en Hongrie au XVIIIe siècle»; François Vallotton, «Le rôle des almanachs au sein des politiques éditoriales des éditeurs suisses romands (1750-1950)»; Dominique Varry, «Les almanachs anabaptistes de l'Est de la France: une singularité ?»; Michel Vernus, «L'almanach dans un pays de contacts, la Franche-Comté: un carrefour d'influences multiculturelles».

* Nord, David Paul. Communities of Journalism: A History of American Newspapers and Their Readers. University of Illinois Press, 2001. xi, 293 pp. ISBN: 0252026713

* Pearson, Jacqueline. Women's Reading in Britain, 1750-1835: A Dangerous Recreation. Cambridge University Press, 1999. x, 300 pp. ISBN: 0521584396

* Rivers, Isabel, ed. Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth Century England: New Essays. Leicester University Press, 2001. x, 294 pp. ISBN: 0718501896

* Rose, Jonathan. The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes. Yale University Press, 2001. ix, 534 pp. ISBN: 0300088868 0300098081 (pbk.)

* Sharpe, Kevin. Reading Revolutions: The Politics of Reading in Early Modern England. Yale University Press, 2000. xiv, 358 p. : ill. ISBN: 0300081529

* Stock, Brian. After Augustine: The Meditative Reader and the Text. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 132 pp. ISBN: 0812236025

[see also title by Woolf listed under Historiography; by Froeschlé-Chopard and by Wagner listed under History of Religion - Christian - Roman Catholic]

Printing - Paper, Type, Printing

Maruca, Lisa. "Bodies of Type: The Work of Textual Production in English Printers' Manuals." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 321-43 [Moxon's Mechanick Exercises (1683), John Smith, The Printer's Grammar (1755); gendering of print privileging author].

* Peacock, John. Multilingual dictionary of printing and publishing terms : English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish. London: Blueprint, 1992. ISBN 0-948905-35-2

Readers and Readership

* Andersen, Jennifer, & Elizabeth Sauer, eds. Books and Readers in Early Modern England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. ISBN: 0812236335 (cloth); 0812217942 (paper).

* Baron, Sabrina Alcorn, Elizabeth A. Walsh, & Susan Scola, eds. The Reader Revealed. Folger Shakespeare Library, 2001 (distributed by University of Washington Press). 158 pp., ill. ISBN: 0295981830

* Belanger, Terry. Lunacy And The Arrangement Of Books. Oak Knoll Press, 2003. 28 pp. ISBN 1584560991 (paper).

* Cunningham, Bernadette, & Máire Kennedy, eds. The Experience of Reading: Irish Historical Perspectives. Dublin : Rare Books Group of the Library Association of Ireland (Economic and Social History Society of Ireland), 1999. ix, 212 p., ill., + 1 microfiche in pocket. ISBN: 094789733X [titles include: B. Cunningham, "Introduction : the experience of reading"; Raymond Gillespie, "Reading the Bible in seventeenth-century Ireland"; Elizabethanne Boran, "Reading theology within the community of believers: James Ussher's Directions"; Toby Barnard, "Reading in eighteenth-century Ireland : public and private pleasures"; Máire Kennedy. "Women and reading in eighteenth-century Ireland"; John Lillan, "The reading habits of a Georgian gentleman, John Templeton, and the book collections of the Belfast Society for Promoting Knowledge"; Marie-Louise Legg, "The Kilkenny Circulating-Library Society and the growth of reading rooms in nineteenth-century Ireland"; Rolf Loeber and Magda Stauthamer-Loeber. "Fiction available to and written for cottagers and their children"; John Logan, "Book learning : the experience of reading in the national school, 1831-1900."

* McHenry, Elizabeth. Forgotten Readers: Recovering the Lost History of African American Literary Societies. Duke University Press, 2002. 423 pp., ill. ISBN: 0822329808 (cloth); 0822329956 (paper) [includes chapters on "Dreaded eloquence": the origins and rise of African American literary societies, Literary coalitions in the age of Washington].

* Michaelson, Patricia Howell. Speaking Volumes: Women, Reading, and Speech in the Age of Austen. Stanford University Press, 2002. xiv, 261 p. : ill. ISBN: 0804740755

* Newcomb, Lori Humphrey. Reading Popular Romance in Early Modern England. Columbia University Press, 2002. xiv, 332 p. : ill. ISBN: 0231123787 (cloth); 0231123795 (paper)

Textual Editing

[see also titles by Bjelland, George, Jarvis, Kastan, Kliman, Knowles, Murphy, Walsh listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare]


Perry, Adele. "Writing Women into British Columbia History." BC Studies, 122 (Summer 1999) [review essay].

[see also title by Havard listed under Native Americans &c.; by Chaloult under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History - Lewis & Clark]


[see title by Korte listed under Theory & Criticism]


Rogers, Nicholas. "Caribbean Borderland: Empire, Ethnicity, and the Exotic on the Mosquito Coast." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 117-138.


"A select bibliography of useful works on Greek sport." Classical Bulletin, 74, 2 (1998): 173-79.

Burian, P. "Translation, the profession, and the poets." American Journal of Philology, 121, 2 (Summer 2000): 299-307.

* Jenkins, Fred W. Classical Studies: A Guide to the Reference Literature. Libraries Unlimited (Reference Sources in the Humanities Series), 1996.

MacFarlane, R.T. "Classics in America's early national period: The early career of Lucius Manlius Sargent." Classical Journal, 93, 3 (February-March 1998): 251-271.

* Marchand, Susan L. Down from Olympus: Archaeology and Philhellenism in Germany, 1750-1970. Princeton University Press, 2003. 424 pp. 0691114781 (new in paper).

Parker, H.N. "The myth of the heterosexual: Anthropology and sexuality for classicists." Arethusa, 34, 3 (Fall 2001): 313-62.

Winter, T.N, "Roberto Busa, S.J., and the invention of the machine-generated concordance." Classical Bulletin, 75, 1 (1999): 3-20.

[see also title by Barolsky listed under History of Art - Poussin]


Braund, S.M., & W. Raschke. "Satiric grotesques in public and private: Juvenal, Dr Frankenstein, Raymond Chandler and 'Absolutely Fabulous.'" Greece & Rome, 49, 1 (April 2002): 62-84.


* McKitterick, Rosamond, & Raymond Quinault, eds. Edward Gibbon and Empire. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 351 pp. ISBN 0521497248 (cloth); 0521525055 (paper, 2002).

[see title by Oppenheimer listed under Germany - Literature - Goethe]


* Andreadis, Henriette. Sappho in Early Modern England: Female Same-Sex Literary Erotics, I550-1714. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 254 pp. ISBN 0-226-02009-6


Burrowes, John. "'Delta': a Measure of Stylistic Difference and a Guide to Likely Authorship." Literary and Linguistic Computing, 17, 3 (September 2002): 267-287 [using the relative frequencies of very common words for comparing written texts and testing their likely authorship; reports the outcome of an extensive set of trials].

* Carl, Michael, & Andy Way, eds. Text, Speech and Language Technology, 21. Kluwer, 2003. 520 pp. ISBN: 1-4020-1400-7 (cloth); 1-4020-1401-5 (paper)

Chi-Chiang Shei & Helen Pain. "Computer-Assisted Teaching of Translation Methods." Literary and Linguistic Computing, 17, 3 (September 2002): 323-343.

McKiernan, Gerry. "Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing. Part I: Individual and Institutional Initiatives." Library Hi Tech News, 20, 2 (March 2003): 19-26 [among the individual initiatives profiled are:; CogPrints:; RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) ( ); Institutional: eScholarship Repository (University of California):; Glasgow ePrints Service:, Knowledge Bank (Ohio State University),].

Serfaty, Viviane. "Forms and functions of conflict in online communities." Cercles No. 5 (2002): 183-197. Available online:

Shiraishi, Shuji, Yutaka Wada, & Shou Fujimura. "The Pascal Digital Archive." Literary and Linguistic Computing, 17, 3 (September 2002): 289-310 [the Pascal Database System includes all the text from the Oeuvres complètes de Blaise Pascal (4 vols.), ms. data, references, annotations of J. Mesnard, & other documents; Boolean searches; commentary on personal pronouns in Pascal's letters, the uses of the word figure in the second vol.]

Tosca, Susana, & Jill Walker. "Selected Bibliography of Hypertext Criticism." The Journal of Digital Information, 3, 3 (January 2003), available online:

* Wasson, Barbara, Sten Ludvigsen, & Ulrich Hoppe, eds. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, Series 2. Kluwer, 2003. 650 pp, ISBN 1-4020-1383-3.

Web Resources

¥ D-LIB Magazine - online magazine of the Digital Library community, available:

§ The Journal of Digital Information, 3, 4 (March 2003) is a special issue on "E-education: Design and Evaluation for Teaching and Learning," edited by Monica Landoni & Paloma Diaz. The following titles are available online:


Powell, E.A. "Birthplace of American booze: Celebrating Washington's own whiskey distillery." Archaeology, 54, 5 (September-October 2001): 80 [rebuilding Washington's stillhouse at Mount Vernon].


Brezis, Elise S., & Warren Young. "The new views on demographic transition: a reassessment of Malthus's and Marx's approach to population." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 10, 1 (Spring 2003): 25-46.

* Drachman, Virginia G. Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business. University of North Carolina Press, 2003. 208 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-2762-2

Fiaschi, Davide, & Rodolfo Signorino. "Consumption patterns, development and growth: Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Thomas Robert Malthus." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 10, 1 (Spring 2003): 5-24,

* Hoock, J., & P. Jeannin. Ars mercatoria: Handbücher und traktate für den Gebrauch des Kaufmanns, 1470-1820: eine analytische Bibliographie/Manuels et traités à l'usage des marchands, 1470-1820. 1991.

Lavezzi, Andrea. "Smith, Marshall and Young on division of labour and economic growth." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 10, 1 (Spring 2003): 81-108.


Acosta, Ana M. "Spaces of Dissent and the Public Sphere in Hackney, Stoke Newington, and Newington Green." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 1-27.

* Lacey, Andrew. The Cult of King Charles the Martyr. London: Boydell, 2003. 310 pp. ISBN 0-85115-922-2.

Rauser, Amelia. "The Butcher-Kissing Duchess of Devonshire: Between Caricature and Allegory in 1784." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall 2002): 23 ff.

McCoubrey, John. "The Exemplary Past? British History Subjects in London Exhibitions, 1760-1810." PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1996 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 57 [1996-97]: 5A) [social & political influences on historical imagery in late-18th-century paintings of British history.]

Web Resources

¥ London's Past On-Line - incorporates 30,000 records, including all items in Heather Creaton's Bibliography of Printed Works on London History to 1939, Sources for the History of London, 1939-1945; and more, funded by the Institute of Historical Research and developed in collaboration with the Royal Historical Society Bibliography on British and Irish History, available: - searchable separately, or integrated with RHS data (including new records on recent publications):

[see also title by Rabin listed under History of Law]


Barrios, Aimee B. "Consecrated Female Forms: Matrimony, Monasticism, and Mutiny in Renaissance and Eighteenth Century Literature." PhD dissertation, Tulane University, 1999 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 60 (1999-2000): 2035A).

Bradbury, Jill Marie. "New Science and the 'New Species of Writing': Eighteenth-Century Prose Genres." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 28-51.

* Canfield, J. Douglas, & Maja-Lisa von Sneidern, eds. The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early-Eighteenth Century Drama, Concise Edition. Broadview, 2003. [Contains 21 plays, half the length of the 2000 full edition. Each play is fully annotated and prefaced with an historical introduction, and a general introduction, headnotes for each genre, and a glossary are included. See]

* Davie, Donald. A Travelling Man: Eighteenth Century Essays. Carcanet Press, 2003. 244 pp. ISBN 1857546342 (paper) [essays on Berkeley, Swift, Goldsmite, Smart, Cowper, Johnson, the Augustan lyric, hymn-writers, Dissenters, diction, irony].

Ducrocq, Myriam-Isabelle. «Dissidence et satire politico-religieuse dans l'Angleterre de la Restauration." Cercles, 7 (2003): 18-28. Available online (as Acrobat file):

Dundas, Judith. "A Pattern of the Mind: The Country House Poem Revisited." Connotations, 8, 1 (1998-99): 22-47.

Foster, Gavin M. "The Politics of Interpretation: Reading and Rewriting Epic and Theater in Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century England." PhD Dissertation, Washington University, 2000 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 61 (2000-2001): 1827A

Hawkins, Ann R. "Speaking Women, Writing Women: Identity and Voice in an Age of Revolution." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 449-55 [review essay; Williams, Wollstonecraft, women writers of the 1790s, Austen].

* Jagodzinski. Cecile M. Privacy and Print. University Press of Virginia, 1999. 218 pp. ISBN: 0813918391 [17th-c conversion narratives; Cavendish; Behn].

Mazella, David. "Sensibility and its Contexts: Two Recent Books." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 436-44 [review essay; Shaftesbury; Addison; Smith].

Ranson, Rita. «"Elocution Walker", ou la réussite d'un catholique dans l'Angleterre des Lumières.» Cercles, 4 (2002): pp. 47-62. Available online:

Verrac, Monique. «Peter Walkden Fogg: grammairien pédagogue, penseur et maître à penser. » Cercles, 4 (2002): pp. 63-77. Available online:

[see also title by Andreadis listed under Classics - Sappho].


Goubert, Pierre. «Le regard de la femme dans les romans de Jane Austen.» Cercles, 1 (2000): 71-78. Available online:

Phelan, James. "The Beginning and Early Middle of Persuasion: Or, Form and Ideology in Austen's Experiment with Narrative Comedy." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, 1, 1 (January 2003). For abstract, see

* Stovel, Bruce, & Lynn Weinlos Gregg, eds. The Talk in Jane Austen. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2002. xxiii, 269 pp. ISBN: 0-88864-374-8.


* Wakefield, Dick. Anna Laetitia Barbauld. Open Gate Press, 2002. 122 pp. ISBN 0900001453


Clarke, Stephen. "William Beckford 1760-1844: An Eye for the Magnificent." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall 2002): 93 ff. [exhibition review].

New Beckfordiana:

¥ Dick Claésson has added John Jefferson's long poem "Fonthill" (1824) to the gallery of online editions: available:

¥ "l'Esplendente," Beckford's unfinished and unpublished tale, availaible:

¥ New additions to the archive are listed at one convenient page:


* Keeble, N.H., ed. John Bunyan: Reading Dissenting Writing. Peter Lang, 2003. 277 pp., ill. ISBN 3-90768-52-X; US-ISBN 0-8204-5864-3 (paper) [essays include Thomas N. Corns, "Bunyan, Milton and the Diversity of Radical Protestant Writing"; William Lamont, "Bunyan and Baxter: Millennium and Magistrate"; W.R. Owens, "Reading the Bibliographical Codes: Bunyan's Publication in Folio"; Tamsin Spargo, "Bunyans Abounding, or the Names of the Author"; Michael Davies, "'Stout & Valiant Champions for God': the Radical Reformation of Romance in The Pilgrim's Progress"; Vera Camden, "'That of Esau': The Place of Hebrews xii.16,17 in Grace Abounding"; Nancy Rosenfeld, "'So counterfeit holy would this Divel be': Debate and Disinformation as Satanic Strategies in Milton and Bunyan"; Arlette Zinck, "From Apocalypse to Prophecy: The Didactic Strategies of The Holy War"; Roger Pooley, "The Life and Death of Mr. Badman and Seventeenth-Century Discourses of Atheism"; David Hawkes, "Master of His Ways? Determinism and the Market in The Life and Death of Mr. Badman"; Peter Marbais, "The Tormented Body in The Life and Death of Mr. Badman"; Stuart Sim, "'Transworld Depravity' and 'Invariant Assertions': John Bunyan's Possible Worlds."


Leduc, Guyonne. "Women's education in Margaret Cavendish's plays." Cercles, 4 (2002): 16-38. Available online:


* Fowler, Patsy, & Alan Jackson, eds. Launching Fanny Hill: Essays on the Novel and Its Influences. AMS Press, 2003. ISBN 0-404-63541-5

Mitchell, Margaret E. "Dreadful Necessities: Nature and the Performance of Gender in Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure." Women's Studies, 32 (2003).


Bimberg, Christiane. "Poetry as Procreation: John Dryden's Creative Concept of Poetry and Imitation." Connotations, 8, 2 (1998-99): 304-18.


* "Ephelia." Ed. Maureen E. Mulvihill. Ashgate, 2003. ISBN 0-7546-0839-5 [gathers all of the poet's significant writings, and discusses her poetry, songs, and 'damn'd' play against the standing attribution, Mary Villiers, later Stuart, Duchess of Richmond & Lennox (1622-1684); contributes to the canon a new broadsheet poem (1679), addressed to Charles II on the Popish Plot-the woodcut initial, figuring Lady Mary and the King, is the 'smoking gun' of the Villiers attribution].

Web Resources:

¥ Thumbprints Of "Ephelia" (Lady Mary Villiers): The End of an Enigma in Restoration Attribution - Maureen E. Mulvihill's online compendium of text, image, sound, with a Key to Female Poems ... by Ephelia (1679), (ReSoundings, 2, 3 [2001], available online:

Fielding, Henry

Tom Jones." Connotations 2, 2 (1992): 137-162. Available online: Cerny's paper sparked a series of responses:


Levine, William. "Situating the Careers of Gray and Other British Poets of the Long Eighteenth Century in Their Times: Some Biographical, Historicist, Contextualist, and Formalist Treatments." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 429-35 [review essay].


Blessington, F. "Paradise Lost and the apotheosis of the suppliant." Arion: A Journal of the Humanities and Classics, 6, 2 (Fall 1998): 83-97.

Cheney, Donald. "The Mysterious Genesis of Paradise Lost." Connotations, 9, 1 (1999-2000): 57-70.

Daniel, Clay. "Crucifixion Imagery in Paradise Lost." Connotations, 8, 2 (1998-99): 153-74; with Åke Bergvall, "The Devil's Advocate: A Response to Clay Daniel," 338-42.

* Gay, David. The Endless Kingdom: Milton's Scriptural Society. University of Delaware Press, 2003. 224 pp. ISBN 0-87413-777-2

Hancock, Maxine. "Bringing Seventeenth-Century Literature to Life: Paradises Lost and Found" [description of course integrating Milton and later writers]. The Recorder, 9 (Spring 2003): 4-6 [newsletter of the International John Bunyan Society, ISSN 1198-8894].

[see also titles in volume edited by Keeble listed under England - Literature - Bunyan; by Walsh under England - Literature - Shakespeare]


Jung, Sandro. "The Visuality of Personification in Richard Savage's The Wanderer: A Vision." Connotations, 10, 2-3 (2000-2001): 293-303.


Alexander, Catherine. "Pastiche, Parody--and Flattery Most Sincere." Shakespeare at the Centre, 2, 1 (2002): 10-11 [18th-century parodies of Shakespeare].

Alexander, Catherine M. S. "Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century: Criticism and Research." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 1-15.

Alexander, Catherine M. S. "Texts and Contexts: Shakespeare and Verse in the Eighteenth Century.: PhD dissertation, University of Birmingham, 1998 (Index to Theses with Abstracts, 47 (1998-99): 28).

Bate, Jonathan. "Pictorial Shakespeare: Text, Stage, Illustration." In Catherine J. Golden, ed., Book Illustrated: Text, Image, & Culture 1770-1930 (Oak Knoll Books, 2000), pp. 31-59 [John Bell, John Boydell, & Charles Knight]. ISBN 1584560231

Baudino, Isabelle. "John Boydell et la Shakespeare Gallery." Bulletin de la Société d'études anglo-americaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 40 (June 1995): 67-88.

Bevington, David. "'O cruel, irreligious piety!': Stage Images of Civil Conflict in Titus Andronicus." In Philip C Kolin, ed., Titus Andronicus: Critical Essays (Garland, 1995), pp. 357-72 [comparison with 18th-century chapbook The History of Titus Andronicus]. ISBN 0815311591

Bjelland, Karen. "The Editor as Theologian, Historian, and Archaeologist: Shifting Paradigms within Editorial Theory and their Sociocultural Ramifications." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 11 (2000): 1-43 [textual history of the Shakespeare canon, role of author-function in editorial practice]

Bristol, Michael D. "Shakespeare: The Myth." In David Kastan, ed., A Companion to Shakespeare (Blackwell, 1999), pp. 489-502 [construction of myth of "Shakespeare" characterized by identification with nature, deep human sympathy, & transcendent power of imagination; 18th-c criticism]. ISBN 0631206655 (cloth); 0631218785 (paper).

Burwick, Frederick. "John Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and the Stage." Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 133 (1997): 54-76 [with abstract in German].

Cholij, Irena. "'A thousand twangling instruments': Music and The Tempest on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 79-94.

Cholij, Irena. "Music in Eighteenth-Century London Shakespeare Productions." PhD dissertation, King's College, London, 1997 (Index to Theses with Abstracts, 46 (1997): 9153 .

* Corti, Claudia. Shakespeare illustrato. Roma: Bulzoni editore (Piccola biblioteca shakespeariana, 12), 1996. 68 pp., ill. [18th c engravings' Nicholas Rowe's edition (drawings by François Boitard, engr. by Elisha Kirkall); Thomas Hanmer's ed. (drawings by Francis Hayman, engr. Hubert Gravelot); stage pictures in the Westminster Magazine (1777-88).] ISBN ISBN: 8871199693

* Danchin, Pierre, ed. The Prologues and Epilogues of the Eighteenth Century: The Third Part, 1737-1760. Paris: Messene, 1997. 2 vols., xxviii, 818 pp.

* Danchin, Pierre, ed. The Prologues and epilogues of the eighteenth century: a complete edition. pt. 1. 1701-1720. Nancy: Presses universitaires de Nancy, 1990. 2 vols.

* Danchin, Pierre, ed. The Prologues and Epilogues of the Eighteenth Century: The Second Part, 1721-1737.

* Danchin, Pierre, ed. The prologues and epilogues of the Restoration, 1660-1700: a complete edition. Presses universitaires de Nancy, 1981-1988. 4 vol. in 7, ill.

Dash, Irene G. "Henry VI and the Art of Illustration." In Thomas Pendleton, ed., Henry VI: Critical Essays (Garland, 2001), pp. 253-71 [illustrations of Shakespeare and "loosely related versions," John Crowne's Restoration Henry VI the First Part With the Murder of Humphrey Duke of Gloster (1681), & Ambrose Philips' Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester. A Tragedy (1723)]. ISBN 0815333013

Dash, Irene G. "Weather and Wonder: Early Illustrations for The Winter's Tale." Shakespeare Newsletter, 45 (1995): 25, 28-29 [18th- and early 19th-c illustrations of the discovery of the infant Perdita, the "fairy gold," and "Exit, pursued by a bear" actions; Gravelot, Edwards; Hamilton; Fuseli; Opie; Wright.]

Dobson, Michael. "Falstaff after John Bull: Shakespearean History, Britishness, and the Former United Kingdom." Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 136 (2000): 40-55 [parallels between 18th-c "nationalist canonizers" & establishment of "United Kingdom"; abstract in German].

Eaton, Barbara L. "Shakespeare's Imogen: The Development of a Starring Role." Shakespeare Bulletin, 13, 2 (1995): 28-29 [stage history of role from 18th-c].

Erne, Lukas. "Eighteenth-Century Swiss Peasant Meets Bard: Ulrich Bräker's A Few Words about William Shakespeare's Plays (1780)." Theatre Research International, 25 (2000): 255-65 [Etwas über William Shakespeare Schauspiele]

Fisher, Judith. "'The quality of mercy' in the Eighteenth Century; or, Kitty Clive's Portia." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 14, 1 (1999): 19-42.

* Gagarina, E. Iu. Shekspir v angliiskoi graviure kontsa XVIII-nachala XIX veka. Moscow: Muzei, 2001. 24 pp. [exhibition catalog, incl. 18th & 19thc c prints; in Russian].

* Gamlin, Gordon Sebastian. Synergetische Sinnkonstitution und das Bild des Macbeth in Friedrich von Schillers Einrichtung der gleichnamigen Tragodie von William Shakespeare am Weimarer Hoftheater am 14. Mai 1800 under der Leitung von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Konstanz: Hartung-Gorre, 1995. iv, 104 pp. [Goethe's production of Schiller's translation of Macbeth; PhD dissertation, Konstanz, 1995.]

George, David. "Eighteenth-Century Editors, Critics, and Performers of Coriolanus." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n. s. 10 (1999): 63-71.

Gilbert, Miriam. "The Disappearance and Return of Love's Labor's Lost." In Michael J. Collins, ed., Shakespeare's Sweet Thunder (University of Delaware Press, 1997), pp. 155-75 [the play's disappearance from the stage in the 18th c]. ISBN 0874135826

Giulietti, Margherita. "Garrick restaura Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet e le 'malinconie' del Settecento." In Angelo Righetti, ed., Rileggere/Re-Reading Romeo and Juliet (1999): 95-108.

* Gondris, Joanna, ed. Reading Readings: Essays on Shakespeare Editing in the Eighteenth Century. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998. xxvii, 379 pp.

Titles include: Random Cloud, "Shakespeare Babel" (1); Ann Thompson, "'Making Him Speak True English': Grammatical Emendation in Some Eighteenth-Century Editions of Shakespeare, with Particular Reference to Cymbeline (71); Linda McJannet, "'The Scene Changes'? Stage Directions in Eighteenth-Century Acting Editions of Shakespeare" (86); Peter Seary, "Lewis Theobald, Edmond Malone, and Others" (103); J. Gondris, "'All this farrago': The Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare Variorum Page as a Critical Structure" (123); Paul Nelsen, "Chedworth and the Territoriality of the Reader" (140-63); Frank N. Clary, Jr., "Hamlet's Mousetrap and the Play-within-the-Anecdote of Plutarch." (164); Caroline Roberts, "Lewis Theobald and Theories of Editing" (188); Laurie E. Osborne. "Editing Frailty in Twelfth Night: 'Where lies your text?'" (209); Hardin Aasand, "'The young, the beautiful, the harmless, and the pious': Contending with Ophelia in the Eighteenth Century" (224); Margaret Maurer, "The Rowe Editions of 1709/1714 and 3.1 of The Taming of the Shrew" (244); Irene G. Dash, "When the Culture Obtrudes: Hanmer's Winter's Tale" (268); Irene Fizer, "Emballing, Empalling, Embalming, and Embailing Anne Bullen: The Annotation of Shakespeare's Bawdy Tongue after Samuel Johnson" (281); Bernice W. Kliman, "Johnson and Tonson's 1745 Shakespeare: Warburton, Anonymity, and the Shakespeare Wars" (299); Eric Rasmussen, "Anonymity and the Erasure of Shakespeare's First Eighteenth-Century Editor" (318); Richard F. Kennedy, "Johnson's Shakespeare of 1765: A Comparison of the Two Editions of A Midsummer Night's Dream" (323); Alan R. Young, "Visual Images of Hamlet, 1709-1800" (330); Catherine M. S. Alexander, "Province of Pirates: The Editing and Publication of Shakespeare's Poems in the Eighteenth Century" (345-65).

* Hankiss, Elemer. Hamlet szinevaltozasai. Hamlet-ertelmezesek a 18. szazadtol napjainkig [Transfigurations of Hamlet. Interpretations of Hamlet from the Eighteenth Century to the Present]. Szombathely: Savaria University Press, 1995. 175 pp. [survey of critical reception and stage history of Hamlet since 18th century; in Hungarian].

Harvey, John. "Shakespeare and the Ends of Time: The Illustrations." Cambridge Review, 117 (May 1996): 26-48 [Francis Hayman & Eugene Delacroix illustrations of King Lear & Hamlet].

Holland, Peter. "The Age of Garrick." In Jonathan Bate & Russell Jackson, eds., Shakespeare: An Illustrated Stage History (Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 69-91. ISBN: 0198123728

Hume, Robert D. "Before the Bard: 'Shakespeare' in Early Eighteenth-Century London." ELH, 64 (1997): 41-75.

* Jarvis, Simon. Scholars and Gentlemen: Shakespearian Textual Criticism and Representations of Scholarly Labour, 1725-1765. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995. xi, 234 pp. ISBN: 0198182953

* Kahan, Jeffrey. Reforging Shakespeare: The Story of a Theatrical Scandal. Lehigh University Press; 1998. 271 pp. [Forgeries of William Henry & Samuel Ireland].

* Kastan, David Scott. Shakespeare and the Book. Cambridge University Press, 2002. xiii, 167 pp. [evolution of plays from performance scripts to books; 18th c editing and "correct" texts]. ISBN: 0521781396 (cloth; 0521786517 (paper).

Keevak, Michael. "Shakespeare's Queer Sonnets and the Forgeries of William Henry Ireland." Criticism, 40 (1998): 167-89.

* Keevak, Michael. Sexual Shakespeare: Forgery, Authorship, Portraiture. Wayne State Univ Press, 2001. 224 pp. ISBN 0814329535 (cloth); 0814329756 (paper)

Kiefer, Carol Solomon. "The Myth and Madness of Ophelia." In C.S. Kiefer, ed., Myth and Madness of Ophelia (Amherst College,2002), pp. 11-39 [visual representations of Ophelia's madness and death since the 18th c]. ISBN 0914337246 (paper).

Kinservik, Matthew J. "A Sinister Macbeth: The Macklin Production of 1773." Harvard Library Bulletin, 6, 1 (1995): 51-76 [Covent Garden, Macklin's production of Macbeth "as a bloodthirsty, innately evil character."]

Kliman, Bernice W. "Charles Jennens' Shakespeare and His Eighteenth-Century Competitors." Cahiers Élisabéthains, 58 (2000): 59-71 [1st editor to collate all prior editions and print the collation with the text, wry commentary on predecessors; English, abstract in French].

Kliman, Bernice W. "Cum Notis Variorum: Thomas Davies, Eighteenth-Century Commentator on Shakespeare: Marginalia and Published Notes." Shakespeare Newsletter, 51 (2001-2): 83-84, 90, 96 [marginalia in a Folger Library copy of Johnson's edition].

Knowles, Richard. "A Finding-List for Commentators and Conjectors." Shakespeare Newsletter, 45 (1995): 81-82, 88, 92 [identifying commentators cited by last name or initials in major editions of Shakespeare since the eighteenth century],

* Komarova, V. P.; & N.A. Nikiforovskaia. Tragediia Shekspira Gamlet: Zhizn' v vekakh, 1601-1901. St. Petersburg: Biblioteka Rossiiskoi Akademii nauk, 1999. 184 pp. [18th & 19th c critical reception of Hamlet in England, Germany, France, and Russia; in Russian].

Komorowski, Jaroslaw. "Ksiecia Radzwilla spotkanie z Szekspirem [Prince Radziwill's Meeting with Shakespeare]." Pamietnik Teatralny, 3-4 (1996): 423 ff. [1st Polish productions Shakespeare, especially Taming of the Shrew, in 17th-18thc Poland; in Polish].

Krömer, Bärbel. "'Savage and deformed slave; or 'ill-used gentleman'-Caliban in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century British Representations." Shakespeare Yearbook, 11 (2000): 354-88.

Lee, Kyung-ook. "Character Criticism: From Psychological Interpretation to Organic View of Shakespeare." Shakespeare Review (Seoul), 37 (2001): 585-609 [changes in late 18th-c aesthetics; in English]

Lee, Hyeon Seok. "Jayeon eseo jakga ro: 17-18c youngkuk eui Shakespeare suyong yeongu [From Nature to Author: A Study of the Appropriation of Shakespeare in England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries]." PhD dissertation, Seoul National University, 1996. In Korean

Lee, Kyung Ook. "Shakespeare Wha Garrick: Elijah, Elisha inga? [Shakespeare and Garrick: Elijah and Elisha?]" Shakespeare Review (Seoul), 38 (2002): 411-31 [in Korean].

Levitt, Marcus C. "Sumarokov-Chitatel' Peterburgskoi [Sumarokov--St. Petersburg Writer]." XVIII Vek, 19 (1995): 43-59 [A. P. Sumarokov, 18th-c Russian author of Gamlet].

Locatelli, Angela. "Shakespeare in Italian Romanticism: Literary Querelles, Translations, and Interpretations." Shakespeare Yearbook, 10 (1999): 19-37 [Italian shift from French & Neoclassical to German & Romance aesthetics; translations of Othello by Michele Leoni, Giunio Bazzoni & Giacomo Sormani, Ignazio Valletta, Carlo Rusconi, and Andrea Maffei and Giulio Carcano].

Marsden, Jean I. "Daddy's Girls: Shakespearian Daughters and Eighteenth-Century Ideology." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 17-26 [Garrick's King Lear, Richard Cumberland's Timon of Athens, Theophilus Cibber's Romeo and Juliet].

Marsden, Jean I. "Improving Shakespeare: From the Restoration to Garrick." In Stanley Wells & Sarah Stanton, eds., Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage (Cambridge, 2002), pp. 21-36. ISBN 0521792959 (cloth); 052179711X (paper).

* Marsden, Jean I. The Re-Imagined Text: Shakespeare, Adaptation, and Eighteenth-Century Literary Theory. University Press of Kentucky, 1995. x, 193 pp. ISBN: 0813119014

Mayhew, Robert J. "Was William Shakespeare an Eighteenth-Century Geographer? Constructing Histories of Geographical Knowledge." Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 23 (1998): 21-37 [geography and natural philosophy in 18th-c editions of Shakespeare].

McPherson, Heather. "Masculinity, Femininity, and the Tragic Sublime: Reinventing Lady Macbeth." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 29 (2000): 299-333 [Sarah Siddons].

* Mincoff, Marco. Shekspir: Zhivot i tvorchestvo [Shakespeare: Life and Work]. 3rd ed. Sofia: Emas & Globus, 1998. 256 pp. [includes discussion of 17th- and 18th-c reception; in Bulgarian].

Murphy, Andrew. "'To ferret out any hidden corruption': Shakespearean Editorial Metaphors." Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies, 10 (1997): 202-19 [Editor as foster parent, priest, physician in textual criticism of Shakespeare from 18th c].

Muse, Amy M. "Serious Travesty: Female Hamlets and Subjectivity in Late Georgian England." PhD dissertation, Auburn University, 1999 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 60 (1999-2000): 1575 [Hamlet performances by Sarah Siddons, Elizabeth Inchbald, Jane Powell, & Julia Glover as "signs of the hegemonic debates about subjectivity, gender, and madness that prevailed in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries"].

Osborne, Laurie E. "Rethinking the Performance Editions: Theatrical and Textual Productions of Shakespeare." In James C. Bulman, ed., Shakespeare, Theory, and Performance (Routledge, 1996), pp. 168-86. [18th & 19th-c performance editions "record performance choices made in the theatre and, in so doing, inscribe the ideological pressures of their particular historical moment"]. ISBN 0415116252

* Osborne, Laurie E. The Trick of Singularity: Twelfth Night and the Performance Editions. University of Iowa Press, 1996. xvii, 206 pp. ISBN: 0877455449 [combines textual and performance criticism; 18th-c (and later) promptbooks and performance editions of Twelfth Night reflect changes in the representation of gender and desire, and the opposition between order and misrule].

Pointon, Marcia. "Representing The Tempest in Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery." In Pape, Boydell Shakespeare Gallery (1966), pp. 103-11.

Pujante, A. Luis. "Shakespeare or/and . . .? The Spanish Counterpart in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries." In B. Sokolova, ed., Renaissance Refractions: Essays in Honour of Alexander Shurbanov (Pensoft Publishers, 2001), pp. 157-69 [comparison with Calderón]. ISBN 954071558X

Roach, Joseph. "The Enchanted Island: Vicarious Tourism in Restoration Adaptations of The Tempest." In Peter Hulme & William H. Sherman, ed., The Tempest and Its Travels (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000), pp. 60-70. ISBN 0812217535 (paper) [Davenant & Dryden, Shadwell, Duffet].

Rogers, Rebecca "Eighteenth-Century Macbeths: The English Poet and the Scottish Play." PhD dissertation, University of Southampton, 2000 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 61 (2000-2001): 374C; Index to Theses with Abstracts, 49 (2000): 5257).

Rose, Margaret. "The Figure of Desdemona in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Illustrations." In Christopher Cairns, ed., The Renaissance Theatre: Texts, Performance, and Design: English and Italian Theatre (Ashgate, 1999), pp. 45-67. ISBN 0754600068

* Schafer, Elizabeth. Ms-Directing Shakespeare: Women Direct Shakespeare. London: Women's Press, 1998; New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. x, 277 pp. [includes overview of history of women directors since the mid-18th century].

Scheil, Katherine West. "'Rouz'd by a woman's pen': The Shakespeare Ladies' Club and Reading Habits of Early Modern Women." Critical Survey 12 (2000): 106-27 [Elizabeth Boyd; reading].

Schneller, Beverly E. "No 'Brave Irishman' Need Apply: Sheridan, Shakespeare, and the Smock-Alley Theatre." In Mark Thorton Burnett & Ramona Wray, eds., Shakespeare and Ireland: History, Politics, Culture (Palgrave McMillan, 1997), pp. 175-92 [Thomas Sheridan's Shakespeare playbills and production]. ISBN 0312176287

Schwartz-Gastine, Isabelle. "Le double jeu scénique de l'acte V, ses enjeux et ses implications." In W. Guinle, Shakespeare: Richard III (2000), pp. 161-93.

* Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century. Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum, 1997. Intro. by Jane Munro. 23 pp., ill. [exhibition catalogue, 22 April-29 June 1997].

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. "Eighteenth-Century Performances of Shakespeare Recorded in the Theatrical Portraits at the Garrick Club." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 107-23.

* Sherbo, Arthur. An Eighteenth-Century Reader of Shakespeare's Plays. East Lansing: Special Collections Division, Michigan State University Libraries, 1996. 20 pp., facsimiles [marginalia of John Church (1732-85) in his copy of William Warburton's 1747 ed.]

Shupack, Paul M. "Natural Justice and King Lear." Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 9, 1 (1997): 67-105 [King Lear as embodiment of the conflict between natural law and positivism; kingship, justice, and authority; 18th c preference for Tate version]

Thompson, Ann. "'I'll have grounds/more relative than this': The Puzzle of John Ward's Hamlet Promptbooks." Yearbook of English Studies, 29 (1999): 138-50 [1676 & 1683 quartos used as prompt copies].

Tuerk, C. M. "'Harmless delight but useful and instructive': The Woman's Voice in Restoration Adaptations of Shakespeare." PhD dissertation, St. Andrews, 1999 (Index to Theses with Abstracts 48 (1999): 28) [Davenant's Law against Lovers & Macbeth, John Lacy's Sauny the Scot, Edward Ravenscroft's Titus Andronicus, Nahum Tate's The Ingratitude of a Commonwealth, & William Burnaby's Love Betray'd.]

Tweg, Sue. "Readers, Audiences, Players, and The Beauties of Shakespeare." In R.S. White, Christopher Wortham, & Charles Edelham., eds., Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players (University of Western Australia Press, 1998), pp. 29-46 [18th-c anthologizing & staging practices]. ISBN 1876268131 (paper).

Vaughan, Virginia Mason. "Race Mattered: Othello in Late Eighteenth-Century England." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 57-66.

Walsh, Marcus. "Eighteenth-Century Editing, 'Appropriation,' and Interpretation." Shakespeare Survey, 51 (1998): 125-39.

* Walsh, Marcus. Shakespeare, Milton, and Eighteenth-Century Literary Editing: The Beginnings of Interpretative Scholarship. Cambridge University Press, 1997. xii, 222 pp. ISBN: 0521554438.

West, Katherine N. "'All This We Must Do, to Comply with the Taste of the Town': Shakespearean Comedy and the Early Eighteenth-Century Theatre." PhD Dissertation, University of Toronto, 1995 (Dissertation Abstracts International, 56 (1995-96): 4798A).

Wheeler, David. "To Their Own Purpose: The Treatment of Coriolanus in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century." In David Wheeler, ed., Coriolanus: Critical Essays (New York: Garland, 1995), pp. 273-97 [adaptations by Nahum Tate, John Dennis, and James Thomson; Coriolanus as political weapon in contention between monarchical and parliamentary rule.] ISBN: 0815310579

Williams, Simon. "The Tragic Actor and Shakespeare." In Stanley Wells & Sarah Stanton, eds., Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage (Cambridge, 2002), pp. 118-36 [acting Macbeth since the 18th c].

Young, Alan R. "Ophelia in the Eighteenth-Century Visual Arts." In Michael Bath, Pedro F. Campo, & Daniel S Russell, eds., Emblem Studies in Honour of Peter M. Daly (Baden-Baden: Koerner, 2002), pp. 239-71 [18th-century depictions of Ophelia's madness: mad scenes, Ophelia by the brook, and her drowning; the discovery of the mad Ophelia (a new construction of character) occurs in the 18th c]. ISBN 387320441X (paper).

* Young, Susan. Shakespeare Manipulated: The Use of the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare in teatro de figura in Italy. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; Associated University Presses, 1996. 232 pp. ISBN: 0838635784 [Shakespeare in Italian marionette, burattini, & pupi theater since the 18th c].

Ziegler, Georgianna. "Suppliant Women and Monumental Maidens: Shakespeare's Heroines in the Boydell Gallery." In Walter Pape & Frederick Burwick, eds., The Boydell Shakespeare Gallery (Bottrop: Peter Pomp, 1996), pp. 89-102. ISBN: 3893551344

[see also title by Rosenthal listed under England - Literature - Young; by Domenichelli & by Mason under France - Literature - Voltaire; by Shin under Germany - Literature - Lessing; by Bilodeau and by Schläder under History of Music - Opera; by Prochazka under Theatre History - Czechoslovakia]; by Kisery under Theatre History - Hungary]

Shelley, Mary

[see also title by Eilenberg in book by Griffin listed under Bibliography; by Braund & Raschke under Classics - Juvenal]


Jung, Sandro. "Some Notes on the 'Single Sentiment' and Romanticism of Charlotte Smith." Connotations, 9, 3 (1999-2000): 269-84; with a response by Monika Gomille, 285-88.


Darby, Robert. "'An Oblique and Slovenly Initiation': The Circumcision Episode in Tristram Shandy." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 72-84.


Rosenthal, Laura J. "The Author as Ghost in the Eighteenth Century." 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 3 (1997): 29-56 [Shakespeare's ghost in Young's Conjectures on Original Composition as quintessence of originality].


* Enquist, Per Olov. The Royal Physician's visit. Tr. Tiina Nunnally. Overlook Press, 2001. 132 pp. [Historical novel set in Denmark of the 1760s concerning Johann Friedrich Struensee, court physician to the mad King Christian VII.]

* Grelet, Nadine, en collaboration avec Jacques Lamarche. la Belle Angélique. Montréal: VLB éditeur, 2003. 464 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

* Lainé, Pascal. la Presque Reine. Paris: Fallois, 2003. 304 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle. Roman épistolaire.

* Parot, Jean-François. l'Énigme des Blancs-Manteaux. Paris: 10/18, 2001. 383 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

* Parot, Jean-François. le Fantôme de la rue Royale. Paris: 10/18, 2001. 375 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

* Parot, Jean-François. l'Homme au ventre de plomb. Paris: 10/18, 2001. 317 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.


* Mayer, Robert. Eighteenth-Century Fiction on Screen. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Solomon, J. "Celluloid Bountys." Archaeology, 52, 3 (May-June 1999): 41.


Escoffier, Georges. «Nîmes à la veille de la Révolution. Une ville au miroir de ses spectacles lyriques». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 527-540.

* Fitzsimmons, Michael P. The Night the Old Regime Ended: August 4, 1789, and the French Revolution. Penn State University Press, 2002. 240 pp. ISBN 0-271-02233-7

Heyrendt, Catherine. «Carlyle historiographe : de la transgression des règles à la subversion des valeurs.» Cercles, 7 (2003): 73-90. Available online:

Little, Ann M. "The Life of Mother Marie-Joseph de l'Enfant Jesus or, How a Little English Girl from Wells Became a Big French Politician." Maine History, 40, 4 (Winter 2001-02): 279-308 [the subject (1696-1780) was born Esther Wheelwright].

* Milliot, Vincent. les «Cris de Paris» ou le peuple travesti. Les représentations des petits métiers parisiens (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles). Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1995.

Monnier, Raymonde. «Autour des usages d'un nom indistinct: "peuple" sous la Révolution française». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 389-418.

* Ranum, Orest. Paris in the Age of Absolutism. Revised & expanded ed. Penn State University Press, 2003. 352 pp., ill. maps. ISBN 0-271-02221-3

* Viguerie, Jean de. Louis XVI, le roi bienfaisant. Paris: Rocher, 2003. 310 pp.


* Johnson, Paul. Napoléon. Montréal: Fides (coll. «Grandes figures, grandes signatures»), 2003. 288 pp.

[see also title by Brier listed under Archeology; by Schuster under Maritime History]


Abramovici, Jean-Christophe. «Au temps où l'on savait encore ce que c'est que rougir. Interdits langagiers et pudeurs féminines à l'âge classique». Romanistiche Zeitschrift für Literaturgeschichte, 23 (1999).

* Angelet, Christian, et Jan Herman. Recueil de préfaces de romans du XVIIIe siècle. Volume 2, 1751-1800. Saint-Étienne: Presses universitaires de Saint-Étienne, 2003.

* Bochenek-Franczakowa, Regina. le Personnage dans le roman par lettres à voix multiples de la Nouvelle Héloïse aux Liaisons dangereuses. Cracovie: Presses de l'Université Jagellon, 1996. 296 pp. ISBN: 83-85827-16-1.

Ferrand, Nathalie. «Les savoirs du roman». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 103, 1, janvier-mars 2003.

Jacques-Lefèvre, Nicole. Supplément au Bulletin no 48 de la Société française d'étude du XVIIIe siècle, 2003. 10 pp. Publications des membres de la SFEDHS.

* Linon-Chipon, Sophie. Gallia orientalis. Voyages aux Indes orientales (1529-1722). Poétique et imaginaire d'un genre littéraire en formation. Paris: Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne (coll. «Imago mundi», 5), 2003. 692 pp.

Marchal-Ninosque, France. «Le théâtre d'Antoine-Marin Lemierre, une école des citoyens». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 103, 1 (janvier-mars 2003).

Marot, Patrick. «Le récit intervallaire: à propos du premier romantisme français», dans Jean Bessière et Gilles Philippe (édit.), Problématique des genres, problèmes du roman, Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999, p. 195-211.

Monnier, Raymonde. «Histoire des concepts et abus des mots». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 371-272.

* Novarino, Albine, ed. 50 billets d'amour: pour te dire que je t'aime. Paris: Omnibus, 2003. 167 pp. [Héloïse, Henri IV, Voltaire, Diderot, Mme de Staèl, Napoléon Bonaparte, Hugo, Balzac, Flaubert, Stendhal, Simone de Beauvoir].

Sol, Antoinette. "Mail Call: Epistolary Exchanges Explored." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 444-49 [review essay; Charrière; de Villers; Constant]

[see also title by Cerquiligni listed under History of Linguistics]


* Defrance, Anne. les Contes de fées et les nouvelles de madame d'Aulnoy (1690-1698). Genève, 1998.


Bost, Hubert. «Lumières et Refuge Huguenot. Sur les itinéraires intellectuels de Bayle et de La Beaumelle». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 187-200.


* Lever, Maurice. Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais. Tome 2, 1775-1784. Paris: Fayard, 2003. 520 pp.

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre

Cook, Malcolm. «Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, poète». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 103, 1 (janvier-mars 2003).


* Cazotte, Jacques. les Mille et Une Fadaises. Paris: Sillage, 2002. Préface de Philippe Koeppel.

Orsini, Dominique. «Cazotte lecteur du R.P. Bougeant: les Mille et Une Fadaises. Un conte réfléchi et réflexif». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 511-526.


Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «Conscience et raison chez Robert Challe». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 249-255.


* Kloocke, Kurt (édit.) le Groupe de Coppet et l'Europe. 1789-1830. Actes du Ve Colloque de Coppet, 8-10 juillet 1993. Lausanne: Institut Benjamin Constant, 1994.

Cholderlos de Laclos

Poisson, Georges. «Compléments sur Laclos». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 541-556.

Diderot & les Encylopédistes

Albertan, Christian, & Anne-Marie Chouillet. «Autographes et documents». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 229-242.

Andriès, Lise. «La popularisation du savoir dans les almanachs français de 1780 à 1830», dans Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, York-Gothart Mix, Jean-Yves Mollier et Patricia Sorel (édit.), les Lectures du peuple en Europe et dans les Amériques (XVIIe-XXe siècle) (Paris: Éditions Complexe, 2003).

Chartier, Pierre. «Présentation». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 5-7.

* Cherni, Amor. Diderot. L'ordre et le devenir. Genève: Droz, 2002. 535 pp.

Chouillet, Anne-Marie, et Laurent Loty. «Carnet bibliographique». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 243-47.

Crépel, Pierre. «Documents sur Pierre Mouchon et l'Encyclopédie, conservés à Bâle». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 199-206.

Crépel, Pierre, et Arnaud Orain. «Une lettre (probablement inédite) de Condorcet à Frisi». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 206-210.

Gammagre, Geneviève. «Une poétique de la connaissance: Diderot et le rêve». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 135-147.

Groult, Martine. «Du véritable et de l'abus ou Des rapports entre D'Alembert et Laubrussel». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 173-185.

* Ibrahim, Annie (édit.). Diderot et la question de la forme. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1999. 190 pp.

Karp, Sergueï. «Le questionnaire de Diderot adressé à Catherine II: quelques précisions». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 9-61.

Leca-Tsiomis, Marie. «Pour Diderot: Georges Roth, Pierre Hermand, note sur des notes». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 210-212.

Maurseth, Anne Beate. «Les Bijoux indiscrets un roman de divertissement». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 63-71.

Melançon, Benoît. «Tableaux d'une Révolution annoncée? Jacques le fataliste». Jeu: Cahiers de théâtre, 106 (mars 2003): 25-30. ISSN: 0382-0335.

Modica, Massimo. «Diderot philosophe et critique d'art. Essai sur l'esthétique de Diderot». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 73-95.

* Quintili, Paolo. la Pensée critique de Diderot. Matérialisme, science et poésie à l'âge de l'Encyclopédie. 1742-1782. Paris: Honoré Champion, 2001. 566 p.

Quintili, Paolo. «Sur quelques sources de Diderot critique d'art». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 97-133.

Schandeler, Jean-Pierre. «Le conte des habitants du Gros-Caillou et les réflexions de Diderot sur le développement des beaux-arts dans le Salon de 1767». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 149-174.

Viard, Georges. «La manufacture de Glaces de Rouelles (Haute-Marne): un modèle pour l'Encyclopédie». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 33 (octobre 2002): 175-196.

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[see title by Castonguay-Bélanger listed under History of Science]


* The Unpublished Correspondence of Mme de Genlis and Margaret Chinnery and Related Documents in the Chinnery Family Papers. SVEC, 2, 2003. xviii, 184 pp. Édition de Denise Yim. ISBN: 0-7294-0816-7.

La Franc de Pompignan

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* Bott, François. Femmes extrêmes. Paris: le Cherche-Midi (coll. «Amor Fati»), 2003. 180 pp. ISBN: 2749101107. [Contient un texte sur Julie de Lespinasse.]


Vickermann-Ribémont, Gabriele. «Séduction et droit royal. Une question juridique dans le Paysan parvenu de Marivaux». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 435-450.


Rosenberg, Daniel. "Louis-Sébastien Mercier's New Words." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 367-86 [La Néologie (1801); French grammar & lexicography].


Borchi, Nicola. «Jean-Jacques Rousseau et Jean-Baptiste René Robinet devant le Saint-Office». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 335-348. Traduction d'Éric Pedroni.

Cook, Alexandra. "Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Exotic Beauty." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 181-201.

Costelloe, Timothy M. "The Theater of Morals: Culture and Community in Rousseau's Lettre à M. d'Alembert." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 52-71.

Leone, Maria. «Jean-Jacques Rousseau, de Lucrèce à Julie». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 103, 1 (janvier-mars 2003).

* Meizoz, Jérôme. le Gueux philosophe (Jean-Jacques Rousseau), Lausanne, Antipodes, coll. « Existence et société». 2003, 142 p.

Turnovsky, Geoffrey. "The Enlightenment Literary Market: Rousseau, Authorship, and the Book Trade." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 387-410.

[see also title by Nakagawa listed under History of Religion]


Acher, Josette. «Exil et droit: prélude au XXe siècle». Toulouse, Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, thèse de doctorat, 1997 [Porte notamment sur Mme de Staèl].

Balayé, Simone. «Corinne en spectacle». Littératures, 41 (automne 1999): 97-109.

* Besser, Gretchen Rous. Germaine de Staèl Revisited. New York: Twayne, 1994.

Delon, Michel. «Corinne ou l'école du regard». Op. cit., revue de littérature française et comparée, 13 (1999): 153-159.

Delon, Michel. «Germaine de Staèl and Other Scenarios of the Revolution», dans Madelyn, Gutwirth, Avriel Goldberger et Karyna Szmurlo (édit.), Germaine de Staèl: Crossing the Borders (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1991), pp. 22-33.

Didier, Béatrice. «Paroles et silences dans Corinne ou l'Italie». Op. cit., revue de littérature française et comparée, 13 (1999): 161-166.

* Dubé, Pierre H. Bibliographie de la critique sur Madame de Staèl, 1789-1994. Genève: Droz (coll. «Histoire des idées et critique littéraire»), 1998.

Dubois, Jacques. «Madame de Staèl et l'institution littéraire», dans Françoise Tilkin (édit.), le Groupe de Coppet et le monde moderne. Conceptions Images Débats. Actes du VIe Colloque de Coppet (Liège: Bibliothèque de la Faculté de philosophie et lettres de l'Université de Liège, 1998), Fascicule CCLXXVII, pp. 33-46.

Perchellet, Jean-Pierre (édit.). «Un deuil éclatant du bonheur». Corinne ou l'Italie. Madame de Staèl, Orléans, Paradigme, coll. «Références». 17, 1999.

Waggaman, Béatrice. «Ruses de langage et stratégies de subversion dans Delphine de Mme de Staèl». Australian Journal of French Studies, 37, 3 (septembre-décembre 2000): 348-358.

* Wehinger, Brunhilde. Conversation um 1800: Salonkultur und literarische Autorscahft bei Germaine de Staèl. Berlin: Tranvia, Frey, 2002.


Boucher, Gwenaelle. «La note et le vers chez Voltaire». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 497-509.

Domenichelli, Mario. "Voltaire, Shakespeare, Baretti: The Last Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes." In Patricia Ann Kennan & Mariangela Tempera, eds. International Shakespeare, the tragedies (Bologna: CLUEB, 1996), pp. 127-41. ISBN: 888091250X

Gembicki, Dieter. «Voltaire et Zinzendorf à Genève: une rencontre manquée entre Lumières et piétisme?» Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 465-478.

Mason, Haydn. "Voltaire versus Shakespeare: The Lettre à l'Academie française (1776)." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18 (1995): 173-84.

* Voltaire. Œuvres de 1736. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation («Œuvres complètes de Voltaire», 16), 2003. xxii, 509 pp., ill. L'Enfant prodigue, comédie, édition de John Dunkley et Russell Goulbourne; Discours de M. de Voltaire en réponse aux invectives et outrages de ses détracteurs, édition de Theodore E.D. Braun; le Mondain, édition de H.T. Mason; la Crépinade, édition de François Moureau; Utile examen des trois dernières épîtres du Sr Rousseau, édition de François Moureau; Au Prince royal de Prusse, édition de Christiane Mervaud; Shorter verse of 1736, édition de Ralph Nablow. ISBN: 0-7294-0794-2.


Guelke, Leonard. "Nietzsche and postmodernism in geography: an idealist critique." Philosophy & Geography, 6, 1 (February 2003): 97-116.

Koska, Tyson. "Transiting the familiar and the strange." Philosophy & Geography, 6, 1 (February 2003): 117-22.

Sundstrom, Ronald R. "Race and place: social space in the production of human kinds." Philosophy & Geography, 6, 1 (February 2003): 83-96

[see also title by Nairn listed under Academia; by Mayhew under England - Literature - Shakespeare]

§ Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002) is a special issue, "Exoticism and the Culture of Exploration," consisting of papers from the Eleventh David Nichol Smith Conference, National Library of Australia, edited by Robert P. Maccubbin & Christa Knellwolf. Titles include: C. Knellwolf & Iain McCalman, Introduction (1); C. Knellwolf, "The Exotic Frontier of the Imperial Imagination" (10); D.J. Culpin, "The Exotic and the Creative Imagination in the 1690s: Charles Perrault's Les Hommes illustres" (31);


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[see also title by Machemer listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

Travel & Voyages

Barnes, Geraldine, & Adrian Mitchell. "Measuring the Marvelous: Science and the Exotic in William Dampier." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 45-57.

Culpin, D.J. "The Exotic and the Creative Imagination in the 1690s: Charles Perrault's Les Hommes Illustres." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 31-44.

Greene, John Patrick. "French Encounters with Material Culture of the South Pacific." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 225-35 [Bougainville; Lapérouse; Duché de Vancy].

Paul, Carole. "Naples and Vesuvius on the Grand Tour; Rome on the Grand Tour; Drawing Italy in the Age of the Grand Tour." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall, 2002): 86 ff.

Kiernan, Suzanne. "The Exotic and the Normative in Viaggi di Enrico Wanton alle Terre Australi Incognito." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 58-77 [Italian "novel-cum-treatise, Venice, 1749].

Knellwolf, Christa, & Iain McCalman. "Introduction: Exoticism and the Culture of Exploration." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 1-9 [special issue of ECL, papers from the Eleventh David Nichol Smith Conference, National Library of Australia].

Knellwolf, Christa. "The Exotic Frontier of the Imperial Imagination." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 10-30 [Buffon, Marvell, Restif, Cook].

Paxman, David. "'Distance Getting Close': Gesture, Language, and Space in the Pacific." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 78-97 [language theory (Bulwer, Mandeville Condillac, Locke, Descartes, Newton); Cook; Banks].


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Oppenheimer, P. "Goethe and modernism: The dream of anachronism in Goethe's 'Roman Elegies." Arion: A Journal of the Humanities and Classics, 6, 1 (1998): 81-100.

Purdy, Daniel. "Goethe's Place in Contemporary Criticism." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 459-63 [review essay].

Slayman, A.L. "Goethe exhumed." Archaeology, 52, 3 (May-June 1999): 15.

Veit, Walter. "Goethe's Fantasies about the Orient." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 164-80.

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* Louth, Charlie. Holderlin and the Dynamics of Translation. Legenda, British Comparative Literature Association, 1998. vi, 305 pp., ill. ISBN: 1900755114 (paper)


Shin, Sangjeon. "Lessing eui Shakespeare sooyong [A Study of Lessing's Importation of Shakespeare to German Literature]." Humanities Studies of Ducksung Women's University (Seoul) 24 (1995): 83-103 [Lessing's introduction of Shakespeare to German readers, comparisons with French neoclassical drama; in Korean.]


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Rohbeck, Johannes. «La philosophie de l'histoire chez Antoine-Yves Goguet: chronologie biblique et progrès historique». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 257-266. Traduction d'Eva Groepler.

Spies, Marion. "Female Histories from Australia and Canada as Counter-Discourses to the National." Connotation, 9, 3 (1999-2000): 296-315 .

* Woolf, D. R. Reading History in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press, 2000. xvi, 360 p. : ill., maps ; ISBN: 0521780462

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* Biget, J.-L. et J.-C. Hervé (édit.). Panoramas urbains. Situation de l'histoire des villes. Fontenay-aux-Roses: E.N.S. Éditions Fontenay/Saint-Cloud, 1995.

Ceccarelli, Francesco et Giovanni Bacci. «Appunti sui disegni del palazzino della Redondina a Bellaria e la ricostruzione del suo modello digitale. Risorse Internet per un inventario delle opere architettonische dei Galli Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 147-154. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

D'Amia, Giovanna. «Un disegno per l'Opéra di Nancy nella Bibliothèque de l'Opéra di Parigi», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 127-129.

* Harris, Dianne. The Nature of Authority: Villa Culture, Landscape, and Representation in Eighteenth-Century Lombardy. Penn State University Press, 2003. 280 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-02216-7

Lepetit, B.. «La ville moderne en France. Essai d'histoire immédiate», dans J.-L. Biget et J.-C. Hervé (édit.), Panoramas urbains. Situation de l'histoire des villes (Fontenay-aux-Roses: E.N.S. Éditions Fontenay/Saint-Cloud, 1995), pp. 173-207.

Mambriani, Carlo. «Ferdinando e Parma: fonti ed esiti architettonici per un lascio artistico», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 131-145.

* Mardaga, Pierre (édit), avec Paul Philippot, Denis Coekelberghs, Pierre Loze et Dominique Vautier. l'Architecture Religieuse et la Sculpture Baroques dans les Pays-Bas Meridionaux et la Principauté de Liege, 1600-1770. Bruxelles: Association du patrimoine artistique, 2003. 1168 pp., ill.

Krückmann, Peter. «Estetica e funzione del Markgräfliches Opernhaus: aspetti del "Gesamtkuntswerk" nell'epoca dell'assolutismo», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 93-99.

Peker, Ali Uzay. "Western Influences on the Ottoman Empire and Occidentalism in the Architecture of Istanbul." Eighteenth-Century Life, 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 189-63.

Rabreau, Daniel. «Mises en scène "à l'antique" dans l'architecture figurée en France. De la scène "rocaille" au "goût à la grecque" (1730-1780)», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 51-65.

* Snickare, Mårten, ed. Tessin: Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, royal architect and visionary. National Museum [Stockholm], 2002. 240 pp. [Nine essays on Swedish architect, 1654-1728.]

Walton, Guy. "Nicodemus Tessin the Younger." Scandinavian Review 90, 3 (Spring 2003): 32-39. [Swedish architect, 1654-1728.]

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Ball-Krückmann, Babette. «I progetti scenografici dei Galli Bibiena come opere di arte grafica», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 101-111. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

Barolsky, P. "Looking at Venus: A brief history of erotic art." Arion: A Journal of the Humanities and Classics, 7, 2 (Fall 1999): 93-117.

Conlin, Jonathan. "'At the Expense of the Public': The Sign Painters' Exhibition of 1762 and the Public Sphere." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall, 2002): 1 ff.

* Dackerman, Susan. Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Northern Renaissance and Baroque Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts. Penn State University Press and the Baltimore Museum of Art, 2002. With an essay by Thomas Primeau and catalogue entries by Deborah Carton et al. 248 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-02234-5 (cloth); 0-271-02235-3 (paper)

Fallon, Melinda van der Ploeg. "Petronella de la Court and Agneta Block: Experiencing Collections in Late Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam ." Aurora, 4 (2003).

* Glorieux, Guillaume. À l'enseigne de Gersaint. Edmé-François Gersaint, marchand d'art sur le pont Notre-Dame (1694-1750). Seyssel: Champ vallon, 2002. Préface de Daniel Roche.

Kiefer, Carol Solomon. "The Empress Josephine, the Style Troubadour, and David's Painting of the Coronation." Aurora, 4 (2003).

Larkin, Todd L. "'Je ne suis pas la Reine, je suis moi:' Marie-Antoinette at the Salons of 1783 and 1785." Aurora, 4 (2003).

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Shcherbakova, Maria. «Carlo Galli Bibiena in Saint Petersburg», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 119-125. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

Vidal, Mary. "Looking Past the Mirror: Genre Painting Taken Seriously." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall 2002): 99 ff.

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Jacques, Martine. «L.-A. Caraccioli et son œuvre: la mesure d'une avancée de la pensée chrétienne vers les Lumières». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 289-302.


Simon, Jonathan. "The Theater of Anatomy: The Anatomical Preparations of Honoré Fragonard." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall 2002): 63 ff.


Schulz, Andrew. "Goya: La imagen de la mujer; Goya: Images of Women." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall, 2002): 81 ff.


Eisler, William. "The Portrait of Jean Dassier in the Cabinet des dessins, Musée d'art et d'histoire, Geneva. Gazette numismatique suisse 5, 51 (December 2001): 67-69.

Eisler, William. "Un boitier de montre de Jean Dassier au Louvre." Genava, 49 (2001): 143-147.

George, C.H.L. "Marketing Medals in Early Modern Britain: Advertisements for Medals of Charles V of Lorraine and Charles III 'King of Spain.'" The Medal, 42 (Spring 2003): 23-26.

Hinton, Jack. "Forming Designs, Shaping Medals: A Collection of Wax Models by the Hamerani." The Medal, 41 (Autumn 2002): 3-57

Vinz, Christopher. Review of The Glory of the Baroque in Bohemia: Art, Culture and Society in the 17th and 18th Centurym ed. V. Vlna (Prague, 2001). The Medal, 41 (Autumn 2002): 86-88.

Weil, Alain. "Medaille de la pompe à feu du Gros Caillou." The Medal, 41 (Autumn 2002): 58-9.


Brunet, François. «Tel père, tel(le) fils: la Vénus cachée et le musée Peale. Autoportrait à deux mains du peintre américain en 1822.» Cercles, 1 (2000): 36-42. Available online:


Barolsky, P. "Poussin's Ovidian stoicism." Arion: A Journal of the Humanities and Classics, 7, 2 (1998): 4-10.


McPherson, Heather. "Reconsidering Romney." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 411-22 [exhibition review essay].


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Wulf, Christoph. "Perfecting the individual: Wilhelm von Humboldt's concept of anthropology, Bildung and mimesis." Educational Philosophy and Theory, 35, 2 (April 2003).

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* Basdevant-Gaudemet, Brigitte. Introduction historique au droit: XIIIe-XXe siècles. Paris: L.G.D.J., 2000.

* Berthiau, Denis. Histoire du droit. Paris: Hachette, 2000.

* Gaudemet, Jean. Sociologie historique du droit. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2000.

* Glenn, H. Patrick. Legal Traditions of the World: Sustainable Diversity in Law. Oxford University Press, 2000.

* Guillenschmidt, Michel de. Histoire constitutionnelle de la France depuis 1789. Paris: Économica, 2000.

* Leca, Antoine. la Genèse du droit: essai d'introduction historique au droit. Aix-en-Provence: Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2000.

* Leca, Antoine. la République européenne: introduction à l'histoire des institutions publiques et des droits communs de l'Europe -- Tome 1 -- L'unité perdue (476-1806). Aix-en-Provence: Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2000.

Rabin, Dana. "Searching for the Self in Eighteenth-Century English Criminal Trials, 1730-1800." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 85-106.

* Robaye, René. Une histoire du droit civil. Louvain-la-Neuve: Academia, 2000 (deuxième édition).

* Wenzel, Éric. la Justice partagée: les magistrats bourguignons face aux meurtriers d'un curé de campagne, 1711-1727. Dijon: ÉUD, 2001. Préface de Jean Bart.


* Cerquiligni, Bernard. les Langues de France. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2003.

[see also title by Chi-Chiang Shei listed under Computers &c; by Monnier under France - Literature; by Paxman under Geography - Travel]

Web Resources

¥ A Corpus of late 18c English Prose: David Denison et al., Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester, have released a new corpus of never-before transcribed letters written to Richard Orford, a steward at Lyme Hall in Cheshire, between 1761 and 1790, held in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. These are unselfconscious practical letters, often by uneducated people, on matters of business, farming, mining, and social relations. The Corpus of late 18c Prose contains about 300,000 words, available free for ftp download as a single text file for electronic searching or as three linked HTML files for maximum readability. For details, sample transcriptions, and an access request form, please go to:


Castonguay, Stéphane. «Un iatrochimiste du Bas-Canada: François Blanchet». Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 13, 2 (1996): 315-31.

[see also title by Sorel in book edited by Lüsebrink et al. listed under Bibliography - Journalism]


* Cernuschi, Alain. Penser la musique dans l'Encyclopédie. Paris: Honoré Champion, 2000. 789 pp.

Johnstone, H.D. "Ayres and arias: A hitherto unknown 17th-century English songbook." Early Music History, 16 (1997): 167-201 [John Playford].

Lowe, B. "Work published in Music Analysis 1982-2001 (vols 1-20) - A bibliography." Music Analysis, 21, Special Issue (July 2002): 37-55/

Manuel, P. "From Scarlatti to 'Guantanamera': Dual tonicity in Spanish and Latin American musics." Journal of the American Musicological Society, 55, 2 (Summer 2002): 311-336.

Turner, M.B. "Following harmonic progressions, thumbprints of great composers." Clavier, 41, 10 (December 2002): 6-9 [includes examples from Bach, Clementi, Beethoven, & others].

Yellin, V.F. "Music in early Virginia." American Music, 20, 4 (Winter 2002): 361-380.


Currie, J.R. "Splinters in the eye: Interpreting Webern's Bach transcription." Journal of Musicological Research, 21, 3 (July-September 2002): 167-195.

"'New' triple Bach concerto." Strad, 113, 1351 (November 2002): 1169 [reconstruction by Robert Bridges].


Bliss, R. "Otherworldly sounds captured by Beethoven's Sonata, Op. 110." Clavier, 41, 10 (December 2002): 28-31.


Le Guin, E. "'One says that one weeps, but one does not weep': Sensible, grotesque, and mechanical embodiments in Boccherini's chamber music." Journal of the American Musicological Society, 55, 2 (Summer 2002): 207-254.


Smith, R. "Thomas Morell and his letter about Handel." Journal of the Royal Musicological Association, 127, 2 (2002): 191-225.


Rowland-Jones, S. "Seeking Haydn." Strad, 113, 1350 (October 2002): 1070 ff. [errors of printers, editors, and Haydn's mss.]


Bein, R. "Tarisio's tempest." Strad, 113, 1351 (November 2002): 1202 [Stradivari's 1713 "Bass of Spain" cello recovered].

Dilworth, J. "Reluctant Stradivarian." Strad, 113, 1352 (December 2002): 1370 ff. [Guadagnini's 1777 "Simpson" cello].

Kass, P.J. "Eye, eye." Strad, 113, 1350 (October 2002): 1101 [a 1752 violin by Belgian maker Benoît Boussu].

Kuronen, D. "Early violin making in New England." Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 28 (2002): 5-62.

"Landon sued over lost Strad." Strad, 113, 1352 (December 2002): 1320 [The Cremona Society's "Le Marien"].

Leonhard, F. "Iberian flair." Strad, 113, 1352 (December 2002): 1342-1343 [1746 Salvator Bofill violin].

Loen, J.S., & A.T. King. "Thick and thin." Strad, 113, 1352 (December 2002): 1354 ff. [studying Stradivari's violin plates with computer generated contour maps].

Maple, A. "Recent publications on musical instruments." Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 28 (2002): 261-271.


Komlós, Katalin. "Piping time: Mozart and the organ." Musical Times, 143, 1880 (Fall 2002): 59-61.

Korevaar, D. "Exoticism assimilated: 'Turkish' elementsin Mozart's Sonata, K. 331 and Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata, op. 53." Journal of Musicological Research, 21, 3 (July-September 2002): 197-232.


Bilodeau, Louis. "Shakespeare et la scéne lyrique française du XIXe siècle: Contribution à la librettologie." Revue de littérature comparée 70 (1996): 261-77.

Schläder, Jürgen. "'Der Augenblick ist süss': Opern-Katastrophen von Romeo und Julia." Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 135 (1999): 11-27 [happy endings in18th c operatic adaptations; in German, English abstract]

Folk Music, Ethnomusicology

Stock, J.P.J. "Whither historical ethnomusicology?" World Music, 44, 1 (2002): 153-154 [review essay].


Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves. «Lumières maçonniques et christianisme». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 27-40.

Cheminade, Christian. «L'abbé Coyer et l'Essai sur la prédication (1781) ou Une réconciliation du christianisme et de la philosophie». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 325-331.

Cotoni, Marie-Hélène. «La duchesse Louise Dorothée de Saxe-Gotha entre christianisme et Lumières». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 315-324.

Drut-Hours, Marie. «Promouvoir le "vrai christianisme": la question religieuse et l'Aufklärung dans les communautés catholique de Trèves et protestante des Deux-Ponts». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 41-52.

* Fénelon. l'Expérience de Dieu avec Fénelon. Montréal: Fides (coll. «L'expérience de Dieu»), 2003. 144 pp. Introduction et textes choisis par Roger Parisot.

Fidler, Douglas K. "John Odlin of Exeter and the Threat to Congregational Peace and Order in Northern New England." Historical New Hampshire, 55, 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2000): 7-24.

Gargett, Graham. «Jean-Louis Lecointe et ses propositions pour rétablir le protestantisme (1766-68)». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 201-212.

Guitton, Édouard. «Le "génie du christianisme" avant le Génie du christianisme». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 149-159.

Masseau, Didier. «La position des apologistes conciliateurs». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 121-130.

Nakagawa, Hysasayu. «J.-J. Rousseau et J.-G. Le Franc de Pompignan: la "Profession de foi du vicaire savoyard" et "De la religion civile" critiqués par l'Instruction pastorale». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 67-76.

Nartonis, David K. "The 'New Divinity' Movement and Its Impact on New Hampshire's Town Churches, 1769-1849." Historical New Hampshire, 55, 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2000): 25-40.

Wagner, Jacques. «Le christianisme dans le Journal encyclopédique entre 1756 et 1785». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 107-120.

Waterbury, Jean Parker. "'Keeping the Faith': The Daily Life and Career of Laban Ainsworth, Minister of Jaffrey from 1782 to 1858." Historical New Hampshire, 55, 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2000): 41-59.

[see also title by Charles listed under Philosophy]

Christianity - Protestant - Huguenot

Häseler, Jens. «Samuel Formey, pasteur huguenot entre Lumières françaises et Aufklärung». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 239-247.

[see also title by Bost listed under France - Literature - Bayle]

Christianity - Protestant - Puritan

[see titles in volume edited by Keeble listed under England - Literature - Bunyan]

Christianity - Roman Catholic

Cottret, Monique. «Du jansénisme au libéralisme: itinéraire de quelques abbés du siècle». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 53-66.

Froeschlé-Chopard, Marie-Hélène. «Les Nouvelles ecclésiastiques et les Lumières (année 1750)». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 77-89.

Langlois, Claude. «Démographie céleste et révolution théologique chez Nicolas-Sylvestre Bergier». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 267-276.

Macé, Laurence. «Les Lumières françaises au tribunal de l'Index et du Saint-Office». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 13-25.

Niderst, Alain. «Modernisme et catholicisme de l'abbé Trublet». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 303-313.

Pitassi, Maria-Cristina. «Le catéchisme de Jacob Vernes ou Comment enseigner aux fidèles un "christianisme sage et raisonnable"». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 213-223.

Schwarzbach, Bertram Eugene. «Dom Augustin Calmet: homme des Lumières malgré lui». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 451-463.

Straudo, Arnoux. «L'abbé Gauchat: un apologiste des Lumières». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 277-288.

[see also title by Burke listed under Ireland - History]


Michael, Mark. "Locke, Religious Toleration, and the Limits of Social Contract Theory." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 20, 1 (January 2003): 21-40.


Auricchio, Laura. "Pahin de la Blancherie's Commercial Cabinet of Curiosity (1779-87)." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 1 (Fall 2002): 47 ff.

* Bensaude-Vincent, Bernadette, & Isabelle Stengers. Histoire de la chimie. Paris: La Découverte (coll. «Histoire des sciences»), 1993. 360 pp.

"Bibliography: Relations of Science to Literature and the Arts, 1999." Configurations, 9, 2 (Spring 2001).

Castonguay-Bélanger, Joèl. «L'auréole de l'homme de science dans les éloges académiques de Fontenelle», PFSCL, 29, 57 (2002).

Hose, M. "Post-colonial theory and Greek literature in Rome." Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, 40, 4 (Winter 1999): 303-326.

Hubner, W. "The Ptolemaic view of the universe." Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, 41, 1 (Spring 2000): 59-93.

* londel, C. Histoire de l'électricité. Paris: Explora, 1994.

Web Resources

¥ Endeavour Botanical Illustrations - Cook's first voyage, on the HMS Endeavour (1768-1771), was the first devoted exclusively to scientific discovery. This site presents most of the botanical drawings and engravings prepared by artist Sydney Parkinson before his untimely death at sea, and by other artists back in England working from Parkinson's initial sketches. Avaialble:

[see also title by Doig listed under Bibliography; by Albertan and by Bhomik under Bibliography - Newspapers & Journals; by Bradbury under England - Literature; by Cook under France - Literature - Rousseau; by Barnes & Mitchell under Geography - Travel; by Baridon under Theory & Criticism]


Gottschalk, Lorene. "Same-sex Sexuality and Childhood Gender Non-conformity: a spurious connection." Journal of Gender Studies, 12, 1 (March 2003): 35-50.

* Laqueur, Thomas M. Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of Masturbation. Zone Books, 2003. 501 pp. ISBN: 1890951323 (cloth); 1890951331 (paper).

Webster, Jeremy W. "Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Work in the Eighteenth Century." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 455-59 [review essay; gender and labour; queer theory; a third gender].

[see also title by O'Connell listed under Anthropology; by D'Agostino under Archaeology; by Lanser in book by Griffin listed under Bibliography; by Parker listed under Classics; by Andreadis under Classics - Sappho; by Barolsky under History of Art]


* Ringler, Dick. The Bard of Iceland: Jonas Hallgrimsson, Poet and Scientist. University of Wisconsin Press, 2002. 474 pp. [Poet and geologist, 1807-1845].


Owens, Bob. "Christopher Hill." The Recorder, 9 (Spring 2003): 14-16 [newsletter of the International John Bunyan Society, ISSN 1198-8894].


Burke, Martin J.. «"Papistes" ou "catholiques"? "Papisme" ou "catholicité"? Terminologie confessionnelle et culture politique en Irlande et aux États-Unis à la fin du 18e et au début du 19e siècle». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 419-433. Traduction de Raymonde Monnier.

* Dunford, Stephen. The Irish Highwaymen. Merlin Publishing, 2001. 320 pp., ill, maps. ISBN: 1903582024 (paper)

[see also title by Cunningham & Kennedy listed under Bibliography - Readers]


[see also title by Cunningham & Kennedy listed under Bibliography - Readers]


Harrison, Bernard. "Houyhnhnm Virtue." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, 1, 1 (January 2003). For abstract, see

[see also title by Davie listed under England - Literature]


Favre, Robert. «Critiques chrétiennes des croisades et de l'intolérance». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 131-136.

[see also title by Peker listed under History of Architecture]


[see also title by Braida listed under Bibliography - Journalism; by Paul under Geography - Travel]


Cusatelli, Giorgio. «Forme letterarie e culturali nelle opere di Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 31-34. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

Delon, Michel. «L'imaginaire romanesque de Jean Galli de Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 35-40. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

[see also title by Locatelli listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare; by Kiernan under Geography - Travel]


Benkow, Jo. "History of the Jews in Norway." Scandinavian Review 90, 3 (Spring 2003): 6-15.

[see title by Ehrenfreund listed under Theatre History - France]


Erskine, N. "Reclaiming the Bounty." Archaeology, 52, 3 (May-June 1999): 35 ff.

Schuster, A.M.H. "Napoleon's lost fleet." Archaeology, 52, 5 (September 1999): 34-37 [naval archaeology and the Battle of the Nile].

[see also title by Solomon listed under Film]


* Clunas, Craig. Chinese Carving. Photographs by Ian Thomas. Sun Tree Publishing, 2003. 107 pp., b&w and colour photos. ISBN 9813066121

* Jorg, Christaan J.A., & Michael Flecker. Porcelain from the Vung Tau Wreck: The Hallstrom Collection. Photographs by Luca Tettoni. Sun Tree Publishing, 2003. 172 pp., ill., photos, maps. ISBN 981045208X [wreck excavators recovered 48,288 pieces of 17th-c blue & white porcelain & artifacts; Sino-Dutch trade]

Kolbert, Elizabeth. "Forever amber, a room built for a king and treasured by an empress haunts two countries." New Yorker (Apr. 14, 2003): 36-45. [Concerns the history, disappearance, and modern replication of the Amber Room conceived in 1701 by Frederick I, King of Prussia.]

* Scott, Rosemary E. Qing Porcelain from the Imperial Court. Photographs by Glenn Ratcliffe. Sun Tree Publishing, 2003. 160 pp., ill. ISBN 9813066016

* Wang Qingzheng. A Dictionary of Chinese Ceramics. Tr. Lillian Chin. Sun Tree Publishing, 2003. 268 pp., ill., colour photos, maps. ISBN 9810460236

* Wang Qingzheng. Serene Pleasure: The Jinglexuan Collection of Chinese Ceramics. 72 pp., ill. Seattle Art Museum, 2001. ISBN: 0932216544

[see also title by Greene listed under Geography - Travel]


Albertan-Coppola, Sylviane. «Présentation et état des recherches». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 5-9.

Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «Présentation et état des recherches. Perspectives». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 10-12.

Menant, Sylvain. «La Babylone moderne». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 137-148.

Roukhomovsky, Bernard. «"Nous sentons un monde au-dedans de nous." Un avatar du petit monde au siècle des Lumières». Recherches & travaux, 61, 2002, p. 77-91. Ill. ISSN: 0151-1874; ISBN: 2-9518254-0-4.

Serna, Pierre. «Le manuel d'escrime. Science du savoir-vivre élégant, ou "art de tuer son homme proprement"?». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 349-370. Ill.

* Wald Lasowski, Patrick. le Traité des mouches secrètes. Paris: le Promeneur (coll. «Le cabinet des lettrés»), 2003. 117 pp. Sur le chevalier de Mouhy et sur le maquillage. ISBN: 2-07-076870-8.


* Havard, Gilles. Empire et métissage. Indiens et Français dans le Pays d'en Haut, 1660-1715. Québec: Septentrion, 2003. 870 pp.

Mason, R.J. "Archaeology and native North American oral traditions." American Antiquity, 65, 2 (April 2000): 239-66.

Watkins, J.E. "Beyond the margin: American Indians, First Nations, and archaeology in North America." American Antiquity, 68, 2 (April 2003): 273-285.

[see also titles by Darnell and Frank listed under Anthropology; by Esquivias, by Hantman, Wood & Shields, and Watkins under Archaeology]


Myhren, Dagne Groven. "The lasting legacy of Norway's national poet." Scandinavian Review, 90, 3 (Spring 2003): 16-21 [Henrik Wergeland, 1808-1845].


[see also title by Benkow listed under Judaica].


Baker, Emerson W., & James Kences. "Maine, Indian Land Speculation, and the Essex County Witchcraft Outbreak of 1692." Maine History, 40, 3 (Fall 2001): 159-89.

Norton, Mary Beth. "George Burroughs and the Girls from Casco: The Maine Roots of Salem Witchcraft." Maine History, 40, 4 (Winter 2001-02): 259-277.


Fish-Kashay, Jennifer. "Native foreigner, missionary, priest: western imperialism and religious conflict in eary 19th-century Hawaii." Cercles No. 5 (2002): 3-10. Available online:

[see various titles listed under Geography - Travel, especially by Greene and by Paxman; by Erskine under Maritime History]


Charles, Sébastien. «L'immatérialisme, allié naturel ou ennemi désigné des philosophes chrétiens?». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 161-172.

Krumenacker, Yves. «L'évolution du concept de conscience chez Marie Huber». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 225-237.


Friedman, Lesley. "Pragmatism: The Unformulated Method of Bishop Berkeley." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 1 (January 2003): 81-96.


* Aarsleff, Hans, ed. Condillac: Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge. Cambridge University Press ("Texts in the History of Philosophy"), 2001. 225 pp. ISBN 0-521-58576-7.

* Charrak, André. Empirisme et métaphysique. L'Essai sur l'origine des connaissances humaines de Condillac. Paris: Vrin (coll. «Bibliothèque d'histoire de la philosophie»), 2003.

Descartes & the Cartesians

Pessin, Andrew. "Descartes' Nomic Concurrentism: Finite Causation and Divine Concurrence." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 1 (January 2003): 25-50.


* Allen, Richard C. David Hartley on Human Nature. Albany: State University of New York ("SUNY Series in the Philosophy of Psychology"), 1999. 469 pp. ISBN 0-7914-4234-9


Hoekstra, Kinch. "Hobbes on Law, Nature, and Reason." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 51, 1 (January 2003): 111-120.


Spector, Jessica/ "Value in Fact: Naturalism and Normativity in Hume's Moral Psychology." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 2 (April 2003): 145-164.

Costelloe, Timothy, M. "Hume, Kant, and 'The Antinomy of Taste'." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 2 (April 2003): 165-186.

De Dijn, Herman. "Hume's Nonreductionist Philosophical Anthropology." The Review of Metaphysics, 56, 3, 223 (March 2003): 605-632.


Alweiss, Lilian, "On Moral Dilemmas: Winch, Kant and Billy Budd." Philosophy, 78, 304 (April 2003): 205-218.

Aquila, Richard, E. "Hans Vaihinger and Some Recent Intentionalist Readings of Kant." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 2 (April 2003): 231-250.

Baxley, Anne Margaret. "Does Kantian Virtue Amount to More than Continence?" The Review of Metaphysics, LVI, 3, 223 (March 2003): 559-586.

Cronin, Ciaran. "Kant's Politics of the Enlightenment." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 1 (January 2003): 51-80.

MacFarlane, John. "Frege, Kant, and the Logic in Logicism." The Philosophical Review, 111, 1 (January 2002): 25-66.

Manchester, Paula. "Kant's Conception of Architectonic in its Historical Context." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 2 (April 2003): 187-208.

Nauckhoff, Josefine. "Interests and Incentives in Kant's Moral Psychology." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 20, 1 (January 2003): 41-60.

Proops, Ian. "Kant's Legal Metaphor and the Nature of a Deduction." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41, 2 (April 2003): 209-230.

[see also title by Costelloe listed under Philosophy - Hume]


[see title by Michael listed under History of Religion - Toleration]


* Reid, Thomas. Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man. Ed. Derek R. Brookes, introd. by Knud Haakonssen, annotations by Brookes & Haakonssen. The Edinburgh Edition of Thomas Reid. In US & Canada: Penn State University Press, 2002. 672 pp. ISBN 0-271-02236-1


* Boylan, Anne M. The Origins of Women's Activism: New York and Boston, 1797-1840. University of North Carolina Press, 2003. 272 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2749-2 (cloth); 0-8078-5404-2 (paper)

Sy-Wonyu, Aïssatou. «Le mythe de l'isolationnisme, ou, comment trahir les pères fondateurs.» Cercles, 7 (2003): 113-129. Available online:


[see title by Michael listed under History of Religion - Toleration]


[see also title by Spector listed under France - Literature - Montesquieu]


Capet, Antoine. «Tom Paine, ou comment se tromper de Révolution.» Cercles, 4 (2002): 79-88. Available online:

Lounissi, Carine. «Lexique de la révolution, révolution du lexique : subversions politiques et sémantiques chez Thomas Paine.» Cercles, 7 (2003): 91-112. Available online:


Barret-Ducrocq, Françoise. «Une percée conceptuelle dans le champ philosophique: Mary Wollstonecraft pense la différences des sexes.» Cercles, 4 (2002): pp. 39-45. Available online:


Web Resources:

¥ Russian History on the Web -- a critical guide to web resources relating to Russian history, available:


[see title by Komarova & Nikiforovskaia listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare]

Catherine the Great

[see also title by Karp listed under France-History-Diderot]



Web Resources

¥ Union Catalogue of the Correspondence of Sir Walter Scott, National Library of Scotland -- nearly 14,000 records--for over 7000 of Scott's own letters and approximately 6,500 letters written to him. The total number of Scott letters traced doubles the number printed in the 12-volume standard edition of his correspondence. Available:


Puel, Marc. «La ville et le luxe dans Humphry Clinker de Smollett.» Cercles, 1 (2000): 2-10. Available online:


Simpson, Matthew. "'Hame Content': Globalization and a Scottish Poet of the Eighteenth Century." Eighteenth-Century Life, 27, 1 (Winter 2003): 107-29 [Robert Fergusson].


* Clararrosa , José Joaquín de. Viaje al Mundo Subterráneo y Secretos de la Inquisición Revelados a los Españoles. Seguido de el Hombre y el Bruto y Otros Escritos. Edición, Introducción y Notas de Daniel Muñoz Sempere y Beatriz Sánchez Hita. Con Prólogo de Alberto Gil Novales. Universidad de Cádiz y de Plaza Universitaria Ediciones (Los Grupos de Estudios del Siglo XVIII de las Universidades de Cádiz y Salamanca), 2003. 244 pp. ISBN: 84-89109-38-9

§ Cuadernos de Ilustración y Romanticismo (El Grupo de Estudios del Siglo XVIII de la Universidad de Cádiz), 9 (2001) -- La revista es de carácter interdisciplinar y publicamos trabajos referidos a literatura, historia, arte, pensamiento, etc. del periodo 1700-1850: Salvador García Castañeda, "La presencia de Cádiz en la obra de Telesforo de Trueba y Cosío, 1799-1835" (3-28); Emma Carrère-Lara, "La imagen desértica de Andalucía a través de los relatos de los viajeros románticos franceses: ¿mito o realidad?" (29-46); Salvador Crespo Matellán, "La parodia en el teatro de Ramón de la Cruz" (47-77); Gregorio C. Martín, " Querellas costumbristas: la mujer española a ambos lados del Atlántico" (79-87); Manuel Ravina Martín, "El mundo del libro en el Cádiz de la Ilustración" (89 -102); Montserrat Ribao Pereira, "Música y cantos en los dramas románticos españoles: pertinencia espectacular y funcionaridad semántica" (103-119); Borja Rodríguez Gutiérrez, "Cuentos morales en los periódicos dieciochescos" (121-134); Alberto Romero Ferrer, "Algunas notas sobre las ediciones de González del Castillo" (135-147) -- Ediciones y Traducciones -- José Contero Urgal, "Estudio de material poético perteneciente al periódico moderado gaditano El Tiempo, 1837-1840" (151-182); Beatriz Sánchez Hita y Daniel Muñoz Sempere, "Hablemos de par en par, de José Joaquín de Clararrosa: las reformas económicas de 1821 o la revolución frustrada" (183-197).



* Jordan, Robert. The Convict Theatres of Early Australia, 1788-1840. University of Hertfordshire Press, 2003. 364 pp., ill., map. ISBN 1902806255


Prochazka, Martin. "Shakespeare and Czech Resistance." In Heather Kerr, Robin Eaden, & Madge Mitton, eds., Shakespeare: World Views (2nd ed., University of Delaware Press, 1996), pp. 44-69. ISBN: 0874135656 [late 18th-c productions of Macbeth at the Patriotic Theater in Prague in the context of abolition of serfdom, and other moments of Czech resistance].


Canfield, J. Douglas. "Theater of the Long Eighteenth Century and its Cultural Work Revisioned." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 422-28 [review essay].

Hines, P. "New theatre items from the Newdigate newsletters." Theatre Notebook, 56, 3 (2002): 143-155 [and see web resource below].

Milhous, Judith. "Gravelot and Laguerre: Playing Hob on the eighteenth-century English stage." Theatre Survey, 43, 2 (November 2002): 149 ff.

Milhous, Judith, & Robert D. Hume. "Arthur Bedford's (?) A Serious Advertisement (1705) and the early history of theatre in Bristol. Theatre Notebook, 57, 1 (2003): 2-10.

Ranger, P. "Transformations and theophanies: Documentary on the Georgian stage." Theatre Notebook, 56, 3 (2002): 156-172.

* Thomson, Peter. On Actors and Acting. University of Exeter Press, 2000. xiii, 211 pp. [includes discussion of 18th-c practice].

Web Resources

¥ Newdigate Newsletters, Numbers 1 through 2100 (3 January 1673/4-11 June 1692). Transcribed and edited by Philip Hines, Jr., 1994. The first 2100 ms. newsletters in the Newdigate series. The whole collection has 3950 such letters, most of them addressed to Sir Richard Newdigate (d. 1710), Arbury, Warwickshire; they date from 13 January 1673/4 to 29 September 1715 and are now at the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D. C. Letters in the present edition come up through 11 June 1692. Available:


Ehrenfreund, Yaèl. «Les représentations de personnages juifs au théâtre: tradition française et réception de l'Aufklärung». Dix-huitième siècle, 34 (2002): 479-496.

* Hourcade, Philippe. Mascarades et ballets au Grand Siècle (1643-1715). Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «La mesure des choses»), 2002. 400 pp.. ill. ISBN: 2-84321-051-8.


Kisery, Andras. "Hamletizing the Spirit of the Nation: Political Uses of Kazinczy's 1790 Translation.' Shakespeare Yearbook, 7 (1996): 11-35 [Ferenc Kazinczy's Hungarian Hamlet emphasizes union "political and cultural interpretations of nationhood" in late 18th-century Hungary].


De Seta, Cesare. «Vanvitelli scenografo e la tradizione dei Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 155-159.

Fagiolo, Marcello. «Il Corpus delle scenografie gesuitiche di Sopron (1684-1710): la scena di Vienna tra i Burnacini e i Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 15-30.

Frantz, Pierre. «Décor et action à l'époque des Bibiena», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 41-49.

* Gallingani, Daniela (édit.). I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa. Firenze: Alinea Editrice (coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188), 2002. 192 pp., ill. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

Sajous d'Oria, Michèle. «Gli illuministi a teatro: l'eredità dei Bibiena nei trattati del secondo settecentro», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 67-74.

[see also title by Young listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare; by Ball-Krückmann under History of Art]


[see also title by Komorowski listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare]


Averintsev, S., R. Pevear, & L. Volokhonsky. "Genres as abstraction and genres as reality: The dialectics of closure and openness." Arion: A Journal of the Humanities and Classics, 9, 1 (Spring-Summer 2001): 13-43.

Baridon, Michel. "Science and Literary Criticism 1660-1800," in H.B. Nisbet & Claude Rawson, eds., The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Vol. IV, The Eighteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 778-97.

Behler, Ernst. «La conscience de la modernité littéraire», dans Ironie et modernité (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1997), pp. 63-89. Traduction d'Olivier Mannoni.

* Code, Lorraine, ed. Feminist Interpretations of Hans-Georg Gadamer. Penn State University Press ("Re-Reading the Canon" series), 2003. 424 pp. ISBN 0-271-02243-4 (cloth); 0-271-02244-2 (paper)

Guilbert, Georges-Clause. «Camille Paglia: féministe ennemie des féministes.» Cercles, 4 (2002): 243-253. Available online:

* Iser, Wolfgang. "Context-Sensitivity and its Feedback: The Two-Sidedness of Humanistic Discourse." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, 1, 1 (January 2003). For abstract, see

Korte, Barbara. "Survival of the Nation(al)? Notes on the Case of English-Canadian Literary Criticism." Connotations, 8, 3 (1998-99): 362-73.

Malpezzi, Frances M. "Readers, Auditors, and Interpretation." Connotations, 7, 1 (1997-1998): 80-86.

* Minski, Alexandre. le Préromantisme. Paris: Armand Colin, 1998. 283 pp.

Shawcross, John T. "Verse Satire: Its Form, Genre, and Mode." Connotations, 10, 1 (2000-2001): 18-30.

Strohm, Reinhard. «Costanza e Fortezza: Investigation of the Baroque Ideology», dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), I Bibiena. Una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa (Firenze: Alinea Editrice [coll. «Saggi e documenti», 188], 2002), pp. 75-91. ISBN: 88-8125-540-5.

Tamboukou, Maria. "Writing Feminist Genealogies." Journal of Gender Studies, 12, 1 (March 2003): 5-20.

[see also title by Hose listed under Classics; by Purdy under Germany - Literature - Goethe]


* Bodle, Wayne. The Valley Forge Winter: Civilians and Soldiers in War. Penn State University Press, 2002. 304 pp., map. ISBN 0-271-02230-2

Cleary, Patricia. "Waging War in Eighteenth-Century America." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, 3 (Spring 2003): 463-65 [review essay].

Machemer, Grace S. "Headquartered at Piscataqua: Samuel Holland's Coastal and Inland Surveys, 1770-1774." Historical New Hampshire, 57, 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2002): 4-25.

* Miller, Kirby. Irish Immigrants in the Land of Canaan: Letters and Memoirs from Colonial and Revolutionary America, 1675-1815. Oxford University Press, 2003 [transatlantic migration; developments in Irish and Irish-American political identities on both sides of the ocean].

* Miller, Randall M., & William Pencak, eds. Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth. Penn State University Press, 2002. 672 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-271-02213-2 (cloth); 0-271-02214-0 (paper) [select chapters include Introduction,"Why Should We Care About Pennsylvania History?"; Daniel Richter, "The First Pennsylvanians"; Susan Klepp, "Encounter and Experiment: The Colonial Period"; William Pencak, "The Promise of Revolution: 1750-1800"; Emma Lapsansky, "Building Democratic Communities: 1800-1850"; Wilbur Zelinsky, "Geography"; Richard J. Webster, "Architecture"; Verna L. Cowin, "Archaeology"; R. Miller & W. Pencak, "Art"; David Demarest, "Literature"].

Web Resources

¥ The Avalon Project at Yale Law School, Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy - available:

¥ Constitution Society - an online resource of constitutional documents, federalist and anti-federalist arguments--not just the Hamilton, Madison, and Jay essays, but James Wilson, Samuel Bryan, Cato, the debates in the state conventions, & debates in the 1790s; available:

¥ The Louisiana Purchase: A Heritage Explored: a digital research collection commemorating the bicentennial of this momentous event. This project draws on materials from the Louisiana State University Library's Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, the New Orleans City Archives and Louisiana Collection of the New Orleans Public Library. The collection currently provides images of some 25,000 pages of primary source materials for research into the remarkable history of Louisiana during this period. Additional materials will be added in the future. Materials in the collection emphasize the diversity of cultures that merged when Louisiana was transformed from a colony to a newly minted U.S. state. Covering primarily 1800 to 1815, the collection includes books published in or about Louisiana, such as travel accounts, political tracts, and scientific and religious works. Maps range from original plans of Baton Rouge and New Orleans to sketchier depictions of the Louisiana frontier. Manuscripts include legal and governmental documents, as well as correspondence of government officials; family papers of Louisiana residents; and accounts of travelers. Many of the documents deal with New Orleans, then the largest city in the South and the nation's second largest port. Available:

[see also title by Burke listed under Ireland - History

Lewis & Clark

* Chaloult, Michel. les «Canadiens» de l'expédition Lewis et Clark. Sillery (Québec): Septentrion, 2003. 198 p.

Merritt, J. "Lewis and Clarkiana: Devotees of the 'Great Captains' hold their annual jamboree." Archaeology, 52, 6 (November-December 1999): 24-26.

"Searching for Lewis & Clark: Journals offer clues to locations of campsites." Archaeology, 51, 1(January-February 1998): 20-21.


[see title by Powell listed under Culinary History &c.]


Wolter, Jürgen. "'Novels are...the most dangerous kind of reading': Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature." Connotations, 4. 1-2 (1994-95): 67-82; and see Terence Martin, "Reflections on Jürgen Wolter's 'Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature,'" Connotations, 4,3 (1994-95): 280-282; & Bernd Engler, "The Cultural Dynamics of Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature: A Response to Jürgen Wolter," Connotations, 5, 1 (1995-1996): 95-107.


[see title by Caretta in book by Griffin listed under Bibliography]

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