Volume 14 (2003)
- Preface (full text available
- Christine Rees, "Johnson Reads Areopagitica," pp.
- Sarah R. Morrison, "Samuel Johnson, Mr. Rambler, and Women,"
- Iona Italia, "Johnson as Moralist in The Rambler," pp.
- Michael Bundock, "The Making of Johnson's Prayers and
Meditations," pp. 77-97.
- Timothy Erwin, "Scribblers, Servants, and Johnson's Life
of Savage," pp. 99-130.
- Aaron Stavisky, "Johnson's Poverty: The Uses of Adversity,"
- Gay W. Hughes, "The Estrangement of Hester Thrale and Samuel
Johnson: A Revisionist View," pp. 145-91.
- Catherine Dille, "Johnson, Hill, and the 'Good Old Cause':
Liberal Interpretation in the Editions of George Birkbeck Hill,"
- Lyle Larsen, "Dr. Johnson's Friend, the Elegant Topham
Beauclerk," pp. 221-37.
- Stephen Clarke, "'Prejudice, Bigotry, and Arrogance': Horace
Walpole's Abuse of Samuel Johnson," pp. 239-57.
- James Cruise, "Childhood, Play, and the Contexts of
Robinson Crusoe," pp. 259-80.
- Brycchan Carey, "William Wilberforce's Sentimental Rhetoric:
Parliamentary Reportage and the Abolition Speech of 1789," pp.
- Howard Weinbrot, "Johnson and Jacobite Wars XLV," pp. 307-40.
- Michael Shinagel, "The Lives and Strange Surprising
Adventures of Daniel Defoe," pp. 341-49.
- James Gray, "Roy Porter's Opus Magnum et Ultimum," pp.
- Judith Phillips Stanton, "A Feast of Anxieties: New Looks at
British Fiction, 1700-1833," pp. 385-403.
- Edward Tomarken on Philip Smallwood, ed., Johnson
Re-Visioned: Looking Before and After, pp. 405-408.
- Brian Hanley on Greg Clingham, Johnson, Writing, and
Memory, pp. 409-12.
- Antonia Forster on Brian Hanley, Samuel Johnson as Book
Reviewer: A Duty to Examine the Labors of the Learned, pp.
- Gloria Sybil Gross on Beryl Bainbridge, According to
Queeney, pp. 415-16.
- Kevin Hart on Adam Sisman, Boswell's Presumptuous Task:
The Making of the Life of Dr. Johnson, pp. 416-20.
- Valerie Rumbold on Kathryn R. King, Jane Barker, Exile: A
Literary Career, 1675-1725, pp. 420-25.
- Stephen Fix on John Boyle, Fifth Earl of Cork and Orrery,
Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift,
- Linda V. Troost on Dianne Dugaw, "Deep Play": John Gay and
the Invention of Modernity, pp. 430-33.
- Alexander Pettit on Tone Sundt Erstad, Sir Robert
Walpole's Poets: The Use of Literature as Pro-Government
Propaganda, 1721-1742, pp. 433-36.
- Allen Reddick on Morris Brownell, The Prime Minister of
Taste: A Portrait of Horace Walpole, pp. 436-40.
- George Justice on David Blewett, ed., Passion and Virtue:
Essays on the Novels of Samuel Richardson, pp. 440-42.
- Martin C. Battestin on Ian Campbell Ross, Laurence Sterne:
A Life, pp. 442-47.
- Mona Scheuermann on Janice Farrar Thaddeus, Frances
Burney: A Literary Life, pp. 447-52.
- Dustin Griffin on Richard Terry, Poetry and the Making of
the English Literary Past, 1660-1781, pp. 452-56.
- April London on George Justice, The Manufacturers of
Literature: Writing and the Literary Marketplace in
Eighteenth-Century England, pp. 456-59.
- James McLaverty on Isabel Rivers, ed., Books and Their
Readers in Eighteenth-Century England: New Essays, pp.
- Elizabeth Hedrick on Barbara M. Benedict, Curiosity: A
Cultural History of Early Modern Inquiry, pp. 465-69.
- Leon Guilhamet on Claude Rawson, God, Gulliver, and
Genocide: Barbarism and the European Imagination, 1492-1945,
- James P. Carson on Linda E. Merians, Envisioning the
Worst: Representations of "Hottentots" in Early Modern
England, pp. 473-78.
- Patricia Craddock on Linda Zionkowski, Men's Work: Gender,
Class, and the Professionalization of Poetry, 1660-1784, pp.
- Carey McIntosh on Linda Mitchell, Grammar Wars: Language
as Cultural Battlefield in 17th- and 18th-Century England,
- Thomas M. Curley on Janet Sorenson, The Grammar of Empire
in Eighteenth-Century British Writing, pp. 486-92.
- Frans De Bruyn on John Barrell, Imagining the King's
Death: Figurative Treason, Fantasies of Regicide, 1793-1796,
and Mona Scheuermann, In Praise of Poverty: Hannah More
Counters Thomas Paine and the Radical Threat, pp. 493-500.
- Theresa A. Dougal on Bridget Hill, Women Alone: Spinsters
in England, 1660-1850, pp. 500-504.
- Isobel Grundy on Ann Messenger, Pastoral Tradition and the
Female Talent: Studies in Augustan Poetry, pp. 504-508.
- J. T. Scanlan on Stephen Miller, Three Deaths and
Enlightenment Thought, pp. 508-13.