Volume 13 (2002)
- Preface (full text available
- George Justice, "Imlac's Pedagogy," pp. 1-29.
- Nicholas Hudson, "Discourse of Transition: Johnson, the
1750s, and the Rise of the Middle Class," pp. 31-51.
- Steven Scherwatzky, "Johnson and Politics: The Dangerous
Prevalence of the Imagination," pp. 53-67.
- Aaron Stavisky, "Samuel Johnson and the Market Economy," pp.
- Paul Tankard, "'That Great Literary Projector': Samuel
Johnson's Designs, or Catalogue of Projected Works," pp.
- James Gray, "From Skeptics to Gullibles: Eighteenth-Century
Responses to Miracles," pp. 181-206.
- Scott Hess, "'Approach and Read': Gray's Elegy, Print
Culture, and Authorial Identity," pp. 207-37.
- Arthur H. Cash, "A Goldberg Variation," pp. 239-54.
- Robin Dix, "John Gilbert Cooper: A Poet in Search of His
Metier and Meter," pp. 255-81.
- Mary Waldron, "A Different Kind of Patronage: Ann Yearsley's
Later Friends," pp. 283-335.
- John L. Abbott, "'Sights to Anticipate a Taste of Paradise':
Fanny Burney at Norbury Park, 1784-86," pp. 337-71.
- James McLaverty, "Reading David Fleeman's Bibliography of
Samuel Johnson," pp. 373-87.
- David Vander Meulen, "An Essay Towards Perfection: J. D.
Fleeman's Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson,"
- Blanford Parker, "Reconsidering Eighteenth-Century Poetry,"
- Jocelyn Harris, "Does Anybody Own This Text?
Eighteenth-Century Readers as Consumers and Producers," pp.
- Toni Bowers and Stephanie Harzewski, "An Unfinished
Renaissance: New Editions of Eliza Haywood," pp. 473-507.
- Nicholas Hudson on Adam Potkay, The Passion for Happiness:
Samuel Johnson and David Hume, pp. 509-15.
- Dianne Dugaw on Nick Groom, The Making of Percy's
"Reliques," pp. 516-20.
- John Richetti on Daniel Defoe, Political and Economic
Writings of Daniel Defoe, ed. W. R. Owens and P. N. Furbank,
- W. A. Speck on J. C. D. Clark, English Society 1660-1832:
Religion, Ideology, and Politics during the Ancien Regime,
2nd ed., pp. 523-27.
- Adam Potkay on Blakey Vermeule, The Party of Humanity:
Writing Moral Psychology in Eighteenth-Century Britain, pp.
- Clement Hawes on Thomas Woodman, ed., Early Romantics:
Perspectives in British Poetry from Pope to Wordsworth, pp.
- Michael Gamer on Paula Backscheider, ed., Revising Women:
Eighteenth-Century "Women's Fiction" and Social Engagement,
- April London on Vivien Jones, ed., Women and Literature in
Britain, 1700-1800, pp. 543-48.
- Clare Brant on Devoney Looser, British Women Writers and
the Writing of History, 1670-1820, pp. 549-54.
- Karen O'Brien on Isobel Grundy, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu:
Comet of the Enlightenment, pp. 554-60.
- Catherine Dille on Mary Waldron, Lactilla, Milkwoman of
Clifton: The Life and Writing of Ann Yearsley, 1753-1806, pp.
- Alvaro Ribeiro, S.J., on Laura Mandell, Misogynous
Economies: The Business of Literature in Eighteenth-Century
Britain, pp. 563-73.
- Catherine N. Parke on Randolph Trumbach, Sex and the
Gender Revolution, Volume One: Heterosexuality and the Third
Gender in Enlightenment London, pp. 573-78.
- Celia A. Easton on Netta Murray Goldsmith, The Worst of
Crimes: Homosexuality and the Law in Eighteenth-Century
London, and on George E. Haggerty, Men in Love:
Masculinity and Sexuality in the Eighteenth Century, pp.
- Peter Sabor on Bradford K. Mudge, The Whore's Story:
Women, Pornography, and the British Novel, 1684-1830, pp.
- Peter M. Briggs on John Wilkes and Thomas Potter, An Essay
on Woman: A Reconstruction of a Lost Book with a Historical Essay
on the Writing, Printing, and Suppressing of This "Blasphemous
and Obscene" Work, ed. Arthur H. Cash, pp. 589-95.
- Thomas E. Kinsella on David Pearson, ed., "For the Love of
the Binding": Studies in Bookbinding History Presented to Mirjam
Foot, pp. 595-604.
- James M. Kuist on The English Novel 1770-1829: A
Bibliographical Survey of Prose Fiction Published in the British
Isles, vol. I: 1770-1799, ed. James Raven and Antonia
Forster, pp. 604-10.
- Frank Felsenstein on Richard A. Barney, Plots of
Enlightenment: Education and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century
England, pp. 610-13.
- Elizabeth R. Lambert on John Brewer, The Pleasures of the
Imagination: English Culture in the Eighteenth-Century, pp.
- Lee Morrisseey on Stephen Daniels, Humphry Repton:
Landscape Gardening and the Geography of Georgian England,