Volume 15 (2004)
- Preface (full text available
- Chris Pearce, "Johnson's Proud Folio: The Material and
Rhetorical Contexts of Johnson's Preface to the
Dictionary," pp. 1-35.
- Jennifer Snead, "Disjecta Membra Poetae: The
Aesthetics of the Fragment and Johnson's Biographical Practice in
the Lives of the English Poets," pp. 37-56.
- Kathleen Nulton Kemmerer, "Domestic Relations in Samuel
Johnson's Life of Milton," pp. 57-82.
- Paul Tankard, "The 'Great Cham' and the 'English
Aristophanes': Samuel Johnson, Samuel Foote, and Harmless
Pleasure," pp. 83-96.
- Michael Keevak, "Johnson's Psalmanazar," pp. 97-120.
- Amiya Bhushan Sharma, "Samuel Johnson's Image of India," pp.
- Loren Rothschild, "Blinking Sam: The True History of Sir
Joshua Reynolds's 1775 Portrait of Samuel Johnson," pp. 141-50.
- Erik Bond, "Bringing Up Boswell: Drama, Criticism, and the
Journals," pp. 151-76.
- Robin Dix, "Eighteenth-Century Developments in the Patronage
System: The Case of John Gilbert Cooper," pp. 177-96.
- Kathryn J. Ready, "Hannah More and the Bluestocking Salons:
Commerce, Virtue, Sensibility, and Conversation," pp. 197-222.
- Carol Percy, "Plane English; or, The Orthography of
Opposition in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain," pp. 223-68.
- Robin C. Alston, "The History of ESTC," pp. 269-329.
- Lisa Berglund, "'Like the Pedant in Hierocles': Thoughts on
the Present and Future of the Eighteenth-Century Studies
Anthology," pp. 331-65.
- David Espey, "Studies in Eighteenth-Century Travel Writing
and Beyond: Genre, Science, and the Book Trade," pp. 367-79.
- Paul Tankard, review of Harriet Kirkley, A Biographer at
Work: Samuel Johnson's Notes for the "Life of Pope," pp.
- Catherine N. Parke, review of Bruce Redford, Designing the
"Life of Johnson": The Lyell Lectures in Bibliography,
2001-2, pp. 386-87.
- Carol Shiner Wilson, review of Gloria Sybil Gross, In a
Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman: Jane Austen and Samuel
Johnson, pp. 388-93.
- R. D. Stock, review of Jack Lynch, The Age of Elizabeth in
the Age of Johnson, pp. 393-97.
- Martine Watson Brownley, review of David Womersley, Gibbon
and the "Watchmen of the Holy City," pp. 398-405.
- Alan T. McKenzie, review of Alexander Broadie, ed., The
Cambridge Companion to the Scottish Enlightenment, pp.
- Rudolphus Teeuwen, review of Timothy Dykstal, The Luxury
of Skepticism: Politics, Philosophy, and Dialogue in the English
Public Sphere, 1660-1740, pp. 412-16.
- Nicholas Hudson, review of Annabel Patterson, Nobody's
Perfect: A New Whig Interpretation of History, pp. 416-23.
- Leon Guilhamet, review of Scott Paul Gordon, The Power of
the Passive Self in English Literature, 1640-1770, pp.
- James Cruise, review of Patricia Meyer Spacks, Privacy:
Concealing the Eighteenth-Century Self, pp. 427-34.
- William McCarthy, review of The Piozzi Letters:
Correspondence of Hester Lynch Piozzi, 1784-1821 (Formerly Mrs.
Thrale): Volume 6: 1817-1821, pp. 434-38.
- Peter Martin, review of The Early Journals and Letters of
Fanny Burney, Volume IV: The Streatham Years, pp. 438-45.
- Freya Johnston, review of Nicole Pohl and Betty A.
Schellenberg, eds., Reconsidering the Bluestockings, pp.
- Mona Scheuermann, review of Naomi Tadmor, Family and
Friends in Eighteenth-Century England: Household, Kinship and
Patronage, pp. 452-56.
- Christine Rees, review of Alessa Johns, Women's Utopias of
the Eighteenth Century, pp. 457-63.
- Susan C. Greenfield, review of Katharine Kittredge, ed.,
Lewd and Notorious: Female Transgression in the Eighteenth
Century, pp. 463-67.
- Bradford Mudge, review of Patsy S. Fowler and Alan Jackson,
eds., Launching "Fanny Hill": Essays on the Novel and its
Influence, pp. 467-74.
- Daniel J. Ennis, review of Hal Gladfelder, Criminality and
Narrative in Eighteenth-Century England: Beyond the Law, pp.
- Jack Lynch, review of Nick Groom, The Forger's Shadow: How
Forgery Changed the Course of Literature, pp. 476-79.
- Pat Michaelson, review of Lisa A. Freeman, Character's
Theater: Genre and Identity on the Eighteenth-Century English
Stage, pp. 479-81.
- Gloria Sybil Gross, review of Robert Mayer, ed.,
Eighteenth-Century Fiction on Screen, pp. 481-83.