Zionkowski, Linda & Downing A. Thomas Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture Volume 38
The Johns Hopkins University Press 2009 080189297X / 9780801892974 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Owner stamp front free endpaper. No further defects. Maroon binding tight and straight, corners sharp and inner pages clean.
0.9 x 8.9 x 6.2 Inches; 297 pages;
The interdisciplinary essays in this volume represent innovative scholarship on the Enlightenment in Britain, Europe, and North America.
Contributors and contents:
Dennis Moore, Colloquy with the Author: Vincent Carretta and Equiano, the African
Toni Bowers, Behn's Monmouth: Sedition, Seduction, and Tory Ideology in the 1680s
Tita Chico, Details and Frankness: Affective Relations in Sir Charles Gradison
Rebecca M. Mills, 'To be both Patroness and Friend': Patronage, Friendship, and Protofeminism in the Life of Elizabeth Thomas (1675-1731)
Catherine M. Jaffe, Noticia de la vida y obras del Conde de Rumford (1802) by María Lorenza de los Ríos, Marquesa de Fuerte-Híjar: Authorizing a Space for Female Charity
Laura Mandell, Prayer, Feeling, Action: Anna Barbauld and the Public Worship Controversy
Chloe Wigston Smith, Dressing the British: Clothes, Customs, and Nation in W. H. Pyne's The Costume of Great Britain
Heidi E. Kraus, David's Roman Vedute
Elizabeth Claire, Monstrous Choreographies: Waltzing, Madness, and Miscarriage
Douglas S. Harvey, Strolling Players in Albany, Montreal, and Quebec City, 1797 and 1810: Performance, Class, and Empire
Woodruff D. Smith, Corruption and Eighteenth-Century Social Science: Mapping the Space of Political Economy