The Eighteenth-Century Novel Volume 6–7 (2009)

August 2009   •   ISBN: 978-0-404-64656-1   •   Cloth $194.50
Special Double Volume

Essays in Honor of John Richetti

George Justice, Introduction
Toni Bowers, Verses on the Retirement of Johannes Richettius


History, Theory, and Eighteenth-Century Literature

Paula R. Backscheider, The Paradigms of Popular Culture
John Bender, The Novel as Modern Myth
Robert DeMaria, Jr., Plutarch, Johnson, and Boswell: The Classical Tradition of Biography at the End of the Eighteenth Century
Robert Folkenflik, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure and the Culture of Pornography
Suvir Kaul, On Intersections between Empire, Colony, Nation, and Province in Eighteenth-Century British Poetry
Thomas Keymer, Defoe’s Ears: The Dunciad, the Pillory, and Seditious Libel
Michael McKeon, The Dramatic Aesthetic and the Model of Scientific Method in Britain, 1600–1800
Cynthia Wall, The Business of Houses: The Problem of Old London Bridge


The New Eighteenth-Century Novel

J. Paul Hunter, Rethinking Form in Tom Jones
Adam Potkay, Liberty and Necessity in Fielding’s Amelia
Jack Lynch, Tristram Shandy and the Rise of the Novel; or, Unpopular Fiction after Richardson
Laura Brown, Shock Effect: Evelina’s Monkey and the Marriage Plot
Susan C. Greenfield, Monkeying Around in Evelina: Identity and Resemblance Again
Lynn Festa, Losing One’s Place in Mansfield Park
Juliet Shields, Pedagogy in the Post-Colony: Documentary Didacticism and the “Irish Problem”


Teaching the Eighteenth-Century Novel

Kate Levin, “Imagining a world of Satisfaction”: The Challenges and Pleasures of Teaching Eliza Haywood’s Fantomina


Book Reviews

John Richetti, Mark Blackwell, ed., The Secret Life of Things
Scott Black, Claude Rawson, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Henry Fielding
Michael Genovese, Aphra Behn, Oroonoko
Mariah Adin, Lynn Festa, Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France
Christina Lupton, Eve Tavor Bannet, Empire of Letters: Letter Manuals and Transatlantic Correspondence, 1680–1820
Corey E. Andrews, Susanne Kord, Women Peasant Poets in Eighteenth-Century England, Scotland, and Germany: Milkmaids on Parnassus
Lauryn Angel-Cann, Anonymous, The Cavern of Death (1794; Valancourt: 2005); Francis Lathom, The Castle of Ollada (1795; Valancourt: 2006); Regina Maria Roche, Clermont (1798; Valancourt: 2005)
Anna Mae Duane, John Smolenski and Thomas J. Humphrey, eds., New World Orders: Violence, Sanction and Authority in the Colonial Americas
Melissa Edmundson, Donna Heiland, Gothic and Gender: An Introduction
Lucia Hodgson, Matthew Simpson, Rousseau’s Theory of Freedom and James Delaney, Rousseau and the Ethics of Virtue
John H. Jones, Ashton Nichols, ed., Romantic Natural Histories: William Wordsworth, Charles Darwin, and Others
Anthony W. Lee, Nicholas Hudson, Samuel Johnson and the Making of Modern England
Andrea Porter, Stanley Finger, Doctor Franklin’s Medicine
Linda L. Reesman, Patricia Comitini, Vocational Philanthropy and British Women’s Writing, 1790–1810: Wollstonecraft, More, Edgeworth, Wordsworth
Michael Rotenberg-Schwartz, G. Gabrielle Starr, Lyric Generations: Poetry and the Novel in the Long Eighteenth Century
Vince Willoughby, Sharon Harrow, Adventures in Domesticity: Gender and Colonial Adulteration in Eighteenth-Century British Literature
Kit Kincade, Gina Luria Walker, Mary Hays (1759–1843): Growth of a Woman’s Mind
Noah Heringman, Margaret Russett, Fictions and Fakes: Forging Romantic Authenticity, 1760–1845