Volume 17 (2006)
- Preface (full text available
- Steven D. Scherwatzky, "Samuel Johnson's Augustinianism
Revisited," pp. 116.
- Matthew M. Davis, "'Ask for the Old Paths': Johnson and the
Usages Controversy," pp. 1768.
- Mel Kersey, "'The Wells of English Undefiled': Samuel
Johnson's Romantic Resistance to Britishness," pp. 6984.
- Tim Aurthur and Steven Calt, "Opium and Samuel Johnson," pp.
- Linde Katritzky, "Johnson and the Earl of Shelburne's
Circle," pp. 10118.
- Thomas M. Curley, "Samuel Johnson and Truth: The First
Systematic Detection of Literary Deception in James Macpherson's
Ossian," pp. 11996.
- Nick Groom, "Samuel Johnson and Truth: A Response to Curley,"
- Charles Haskell Hinnant, "Moll Flanders,
Roxana, and the French Tradition of the
Pseudo-Memoir," pp. 20331.
- Eve Tavor Bannet, "Lives, Letters, and Tales in Sarah Scott's
Journey through Every Stage of Life," pp.
- John L. Abbott, "'This Long & Cruel Perplexity': Frances
Burney in Love, 178486," pp. 26196.
- Lance Wilcox, "Idols and Idolaters in A Simple
Story," pp. 297316.
- Christopher Reid, "'Community of Mind': Quotation and
Persuasion in the Eighteenth-Century House of Commons," pp.
- Chris P. Pearce, "'Gleaned as Industry Should Find, or Chance
Should Offer It': Johnson's Dictionary after 250
Years," pp. 34162.
- Philip Smallwood, "Literary Histories Old and New," pp.
- David Hopkins, "Fiddling While Rome Burns? Dryden Criticism
at the Tercentenary," pp. 37177.
- Richard Wendorf, "Celebrating Sir Joshua," pp. 37989.
- Kevin Berland, "Formalized Curiosity in the Electronic Age
and the Uses of On-Line Text-Bases," pp. 391412.
- Steven Shankman on Samuel Johnson, A Commentary on Mr.
Pope's Principles of Morality, ed. O M Brack, Jr., vol.
XVII of The Yale Edition of the Works of Samuel
Johnson, pp. 41516.
- Freya Johnston on Henry Hitchings, Defining the World:
The Extraordinary Story of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary, pp.
- J. T. Scanlan on Helen Deutsch, Loving Dr.
Johnson, pp. 41923.
- Robert Phiddian on Richard Terry, Mock-Heroic from
Butler to Cowper: An English Genre and Discourse, pp.
- Dustin Griffin on Charles A. Knight, The Literature of
Satire, pp. 42628.
- Adam Rounce on Conrad Brunström, William Cowper:
Religion, Satire, Society, pp. 42831.
- Raymond D. Tumbleson on Ronald Paulson, Hogarth's
Harlot: Sacred Parody in Enlightenment England, pp.
- Niall MacKenzie on Patrick Spedding, A Bibliography of
Eliza Haywood, pp. 43743.
- Karen Junod on William Beckford and the New
Millennium, ed. Kenneth W. Graham and Kevin Berland, pp.
- John L. Abbott on Annibel Jenkins, I'll Tell You What:
The Life of Elizabeth Inchbald, pp. 44954.
- James Cruise on Ruth Perry, Novel Relations: The
Transformation of Kinship in English Literature and Culture,
17481818, pp. 45457.
- David McKay on John Howe, Language and Political
Meaning in Revolutionary America, pp. 45761.
- Brycchan Carey on Felicity A. Nussbaum, The Limits of
the Human: Fictions of Anomaly, Race, and Gender in the Long
Eighteenth Century, pp. 46163.
- Thomas K. Meier on E. J. Cleary, The Feminization
Debate in Eighteenth-Century England: Literature, Commerce, and
Luxury, pp. 46465.
- Jack Lynch on The Selected Essays of Donald
Greene, ed. John L. Abbott, pp. 46569.
- Lee Morrissey on William Stukeley, Stukeley's
"Stonehenge": An Unpublished Manuscript, 17211724,