Eighteenth-century Contexts: Historical Inquiries in Honor of Phillip Harth

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2001 - 305 страници

Eighteenth-Century Contexts offers a lively array of essays that consider literary, intellectual, political, theological, and cultural aspects of the years 1650–1800, in the British Isles and Europe. At the center of the book is Jonathan Swift; several essays delve into his poetry, his similarities to Bernard Mandeville, his response to Anthony Collins's Discourse of Free-Thinking, and the relationship between his Gulliver's Travels and Thomas More's Utopia. Other essays discuss Alexander Pope, eighteenth-century music and poetry, William Congreve, James Boswell, Samuel Richardson, and women's novels of the eighteenth century.

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16131798
3
The fashionable cutt of the town and William
26
A Preface to Anglican Rationalism
44
Mandeville and Swift
60
What Swift Did to Collinss Discourse of FreeThinking
81
Mores Utopia and Swifts Gullivers
96
Innovation and Complication
114
John Barrett The Whimsical Medley and Swifts Poems
147
The Editing of Popes Dunciad from Scriblerus to
171
What Must the World Think of Me? Pope Madame
183
Text Textile and Scripture in Sir Charles Grandison
207
the British Novel
232
The Shaping of Conversation
247
On Rerouting the History of British Literary Theory
265
Contributors
289
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