Contents to Volume 10
- Preface (full text available
- Notes on Contributors, pp. xi-xiv.
- William Kupersmith, "Johnson's London in Context:
Imitations of Roman Satire in the Later 1730s," pp. 1-34.
- Robert Mayhew, "Johnson's Intellectual Character as a
Traveler: A Reassessment," pp. 35-65.
- Paul Tankard, "A Petty Writer: Johnson and the Rambler
Pamphlets," pp. 67-87.
- Daisuke Nagashima, "The Biblical Quotations in Johnson's
Dictionary," pp. 89-126.
- Howard D. Weinbrot, "Samuel Johnson and the Domestic
Metaphor," pp. 127-63.
- Helen Ashmore, "'Do Not, My Love, Burn Your Papers': Samuel
Johnson and Frances Reynolds: A New Document," pp. 165-94.
- Theresa A. Dougal, "'Strange Farrago of Public, Private
Follies': Piozzi, Diary, and the Travel Narrative," pp. 195-218.
- K. J. H. Berland, "'The Air of a Porter': Lichtenberg and
Lavater Test Physiognomy by Looking at Johnson," pp. 219-30.
- James Cruise, "Dispensing Nationhood and the Consuming Nation
in The London Merchant," pp. 231-57.
- Jeffrey W. Timmons, "A 'Fatal Remedy': Melancholy and
Self-Murder in Eighteenth-Century England," pp. 259-84.
- Robert DeMaria, Jr., Samuel Johnson and the Life of
Reading, reviewed by James Gray, pp. 285-92.
- Greg Clingham, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Samuel
Johnson, reviewed by Alvaro Ribeiro, S.J., pp. 292-302.
- Pat Rogers, The Samuel Johnson Encyclopedia, reviewed
by Aaron Stavisky, pp. 302-28.
- Howard Erskine-Hill, Poetry of Opposition and Revolution:
Dryden to Wordsworth, reviewed by Jayne Elizabeth Lewis, pp.
- Hober Obed Brown, Institutions of the Novel: From Defoe to
Scott, and Everett Zimmerman, The Boundaries of Fiction:
History and the Eighteenth-Century British Novel, reviewed by
James Cruise, pp. 338-44.
- Brean S. Hammond, Professional Imaginative Writing in
England 1670-1740: "Hackney for Bread," reviewed by George
Justice, pp. 344-50.
- Toni Bowers, The Politics of Motherhood: British Writing
and Culture, 1680-1760, reviewed by William McCarthy, pp.
- The Sermons of Laurence Sterne, vols. 4 and 5, ed.
Melvyn New, reviewed by James Gray, pp. 357-72.
- Bridget Hill, Servants: English Domestics in the
Eighteenth Century, reviewed by Toni Bowers, pp. 372-81.
- Barbara M. Benedict, Making the Modern Reader: Cultural
Mediation in Early Modern Literary Anthologies, and Frank
Donoghue, The Fame Machine: Book Reviewing and
Eighteenth-Century Literary Careers, reviewed by Mona
Scheuermann, pp. 382-88.
- Karen O'Brien, Narratives of Enlightenment: Cosmopolitan
History from Voltaire to Gibbon, reviewed by Lee Morrissey,
- The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism Volume IV: The
Eighteenth Century, ed. H. B. Nisbet and Claude Rawson,
reviewed by Philip Smallwood, pp. 392-99.
- Ann Messenger, Woman and Poet in the Eighteenth Century:
The Life of Mary Whateley Darwall (1738-1825), reviewed by
Isobel Grundy, pp. 399-403.
Special Section: Johnsonian Bibliography
- Jack Lynch, "A Bibliography of Johnsonian Studies,
1986-1997," pp. 405-511.