Volume 16 (2005)
- Preface (full text available
- Anne McDermott, "The Compilation Methods of Johnson's
Dictionary," pp. 1-20.
- Catherine Dille, "Johnson's Dictionary in the
Nineteenth Century: A Legacy in Transition," pp. 21-37.
- Michael Karounos, "Rasselas and the Riddle of
the Caves: Setting Eternity in the Hearts of Men," pp. 39-58.
- Anthony W. Lee, "Johnson's Symbolic Mentors: Addison, Dryden,
and Rambler 86," pp. 59-79.
- Michael Bundock, "Johnson and Women in Boswell's Life
of Johnson," pp. 81-109.
- Lyle Larsen, "Joseph Baretti's Feud with Hester Thrale," pp.
- Thomas E. Kinsella, "The Pride of Literature: Arthur Murphy's
Essay on Johnson," pp. 129-156.
- Peter M. Briggs, "Joseph Addison and the Art of Listening:
Birdsong, Italian Opera, and the Music of the English Tongue,"
- Niall MacKenzie, "Eliza Haywood in a 'Scrutinising Age,'" pp.
- Adam Rounce, "'A Clamour Too Loud to Be Distinct': William
Warburton's Literary Squabbles," pp. 199-217.
- Betty Rizzo, "Lyttelton's Ghosts: An Impassioned Decision,"
- Karen Junod, "Artists' Lives in Eighteenth-Century Britain:
The Strange Case of William Beckford," pp. 237-57.
- Carolyn Woodward, "Jane Collier, Sarah Fielding, and the
Motif of Tormenting," pp. 259-73.
- Richard Wendorf, "Making Sense of Romney," pp. 275-84.
- Allen Reddick on Hudson, Samuel Johnson and the Making
of Modern England, pp. 285-88.
- Scott Paul Gordon on Parker, Scepticism and
Literature, pp. 288-91.
- Steven Lynn on Jordan, The Anxieties of
Idleness, pp. 291-96.
- Robert Folkenflik on Todd and Wall, eds.,
Eighteenth-Century Genre and Culture, pp. 296-303.
- James Cruise on Spacks, Privacy, pp. 304-10.
- Paul Tankard on Keevak, The Pretended Asian, pp.
- Michael Shinagel on Defoe, A Review of the Affairs of
France, pp. 315-17.
- James Cruise on Defoe, The Political History of the
Devil, pp. 317-21.
- Freya Johnston on Lambert, Edmund Burke of
Beaconsfield, and Gibbons, Edmund Burke and
Ireland, pp. 321-23.
- Betty Rizzo on The Collected Letters of Charlotte
Smith, pp. 324-27.
- Lisa Freeman on Asleson, Notorious Muse, and
Lowenthal, Performing Identities on the Restoration
Stage, pp. 328-33.
- Gerard Reedy, S.J., on Blewett, ed., "Fiction & Religion," a
special issue of Eighteenth-Century Fiction, pp.
- Richard E. Brantley on Kent, Wesley and the
Wesleyans, pp. 337-40.
- Thomas M. Curley on Joseph, Reading the East India
Company, pp. 340-42.
- Adam Potkay on Smith, Beckett's Eighteenth
Century, pp. 343-45.
- Sandra Sherman on Lehmann, The British
Housewife, pp. 345-50.
- Jocelyn Harris on How, Epistolary Spaces, pp.
- Thomas E. Kinsella on Bennett, Trade Bookbinding in the
British Isles, 1660-1800, pp. 352-54.
- William H. Epstein on Nuttall, Dead from the Waist
Down, pp. 354-61.
- Alvaro Ribeiro, S.J., on Mary Hyde Eccles: A Miscellany
of Her Essays and Addresses, pp. 361-65.