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"What gay, vain, pratting thing is this": Discourses of femininity in Thomas Shadwell's adaptation of Timon of Athens. Merchant, Melissa Critical essay May 1, 2018 6269
Anti-colonist discourse, tragicomedy, and the "American" Behn. Beach, Adam R. Jun 22, 2004 8705
Genre and cultural disruption: libertinism and the early English novel. Potter, Tiffany Essay Mar 1, 2003 10850
Beyond recovery: feminism and the future of eighteenth-century literary studies. (Commentary). Marsden, Jean I. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2002 2697
Trials and the shaping of identity in Tom Jones. Loftis, John E. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2002 9485
Fielding's rapprochement with Walpole in late 1741. Ribble, Frederick G. Critical Essay Jan 1, 2001 4518
Annotating a career: from Pope's Homer to The Dunciad: from Madame Dacier to Madame Dacier by way of swift. Weinbrot, Howard D. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 11269
Reading Time in Serial Fiction before Dickens. KEYMER, TOM Jan 1, 2000 6285
"BE WARY, SIR, WHEN YOU IMITATE HIM": THE PERILS OF DIDACTICISM IN TRISTRAM SHANDY. MAZELLA, DAVID Critical Essay Jun 22, 1999 11983
"Hottentot": The Emergence of an Early Modern Racist Epithet. MERIANS, LINDA E. Jan 1, 1998 9412
"Elegy by W.S.": another possible candidate? Hopkins, Lisa Mar 22, 1997 3632
'The Working Class of People': an early eighteenth-century source. Dussinger, John A. Bibliography Sep 1, 1996 1924
"A more culpable passion": 'Pamela,' 'Joseph Andrews,' and the history of desire. Toise, David W. Jun 22, 1996 11471
Who didn't kill Blake's fly: moral law and the rule of grammar in 'Songs of Experience.' (William Blake)(Rhetoric and Poetics) Simpson, Michael Jun 22, 1996 9194
Popean order and Epicurean chaos in 'The Dunciad, in Four Books.' Russell, Rick Dec 1, 1995 1778
John Henry Colls and the 'Remarks on the Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides.' Chandler, David Dec 1, 1995 1493
Swift's 6 August 1735 letter to Mary Pendarves Delany: "All other days I eat my chicken alone like a king." Frushell, Richard C. Sep 22, 1995 12673
Eighteenth-century periodicals and the Romantic rise of the novel. Siskin, Clifford Jun 22, 1994 7729
Amelia Opie's 'Adeline Mowbray': diverting the libertine gaze; or, the vindication of a fallen woman. Eberle, Roxanne Jun 22, 1994 15553
Oscillations of sensibility. Spacks, Patricia Meyer Jun 22, 1994 6904
Samuel Johnson, Richard Rolt, and the 'Universal Visiter.' (dispute over authorship of 18th century essays) Ferrero, Bonnie May 1, 1993 3763
Popean echoes in 'Pamela': the Lady Davers scene. McAllister, Marie E. Sep 22, 1992 1542
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): early seventeenth century. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 560
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Cavalier poets. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 331
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Metaphysical poets. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 246
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Christian epic. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 263
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): development of the drama. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 111
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): prose. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 352
Restoration literature (1660 to 1700): Restoration period. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 755
Restoration period (1660 to 1700): John Dryden. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 274
Restoration period (1660 to 1700): minor poetry and prose. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 527
Restoration period (1660 to 1700): minor poetry and prose, selected readings. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 102
Restoration literature (1660 to 1700): development of the drama. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 348
Eighteenth-century English literature (1700 to 1785): eighteenth century. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 729
Ancients and moderns. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 281
Literary forms. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 959
Eighteenth-century (1700 to 1785): Swift, Gay, Pope, Addison and Steele. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 329
Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1637
John Gay (1685-1732). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 364
Alexander Pope (1688-1744). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 2238
Joseph Addison (1672-1719) and Richard Steele (1672-1729). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 875
Eighteenth-century (1700 to 1785): Swift, Gay, Pope, Addison and Steele. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 102
Eighteenth-century English literature (1700 to 1785): Johnson and Boswell. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 305
Samuel Johnson (1709-1784). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1223
James Boswell (1740-1795). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 483
Eighteenth-century English literature (1700 to 1785): lyric poetry. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 371
Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea (1661-1720). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 217
James Thomson (1700-1748). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 151
Thomas Gray (1716-1771). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 247
William Collins (1721-1759). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 120
Christopher Smart (1722-1771). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 208
Oliver Goldsmith (1730-1774). McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 400
Eighteenth-century English literature (1700 to 1785): drama and the novel. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 497
Eighteenth-century drama. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1534
The eighteenth-century novel. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 191
Readers of the novel. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 197
Themes of the novel. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 2489
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley (1689-1762). McCoy, Kathleen; Harland, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 135
Scriblerus club. McCoy, Kathleen; Harland, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 108
Battle of the Books, The. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 127
Clarissa Harlowe. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 210
Dunciad, The. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 250
Gulliver's Travels. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 164
Joseph Andrews. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 143
Humphrey Clinker, The Expedition of. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 138
Roderick Random, The Adventures of. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 172
Robinson Crusoe. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 187
Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 124
Castle of Otranto, The. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 177
Amelia. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 111
Tom Jones, a Foundling, The History of. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 289
Tristram Shandy. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 247
Modest Proposal, A. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 109
Moll Flanders. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 134

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