Eighteenth-century Genre and Culture: Serious Reflections on Occasional Forms : Essays in Honor of J. Paul Hunter

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Dennis Todd, Cynthia Wall, Professor Cynthia Wall, J. Paul Hunter, Paul J. Hunter, Associated University Presses
University of Delaware Press, 2001 - 316 من الصفحات
This collection of essays, including contributions by Paula Backscheider, Martin C. Battestin, and Patricia Meyer Spacks- examines the relationship between history, literary forms, and the cultural contexts of British literature from the late seventeenth to the late eighteenth century. Topics include print culture and the works of Mary, Lady Chudleigh; the politics of early amatory fiction; Susanna Centlivre's use of plot; novels by women between 1760 and 1788; and the connection between gender and narrative form in the criminal biographies of the 1770s.
 

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Mary Lady Chudleigh and the Assimilation of the Book
15
The Novel before Novels with a Glance at Mary Hearnes Fables of Desertion
36
The Reluctant Pilgrim ReVisited
58
Jonathan Swift and the Idea of History
79
Dr Johnson and the Case of Harry Fielding
96
Pedagogy and the Problem of Amelia
114
Fielding to Byron
136
Ambiguous Practices
150
Fashioning Novels Novelizing Fashions
190
Feminine Sexuality Class Identity and Narrative Form in the Newgate Calendars
218
Enlightenment Fiction and the Scientific Hypothesis
236
The Rhetoric of Description and the Spaces of Things
261
Political Poetry
280
Notes on Contributors
302
A Bibliography
306
Index
310

The Plots of Susanna Centlivre
165

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