Volume 18 (2007)
- Preface (full text available
- Robert Folkenflik, "The Politics of Johnson's
Dictionary Revisited," pp. 117.
- Thomas M. Curley, "Samuel Johnsonís Forgotten Friendship with
William Shaw: Their Last Stand for Truth in the
Ossian Controversy," pp. 1965.
- Arthur H. Cash, "Samuel Johnson and John Wilkes," pp.
- Howard D. Weinbrot, "Meeting the Monarch: Johnson, Boswell,
and the Anatomy of a Genre," pp. 131150.
- Philip Smallwood, "Johnsonís Criticism and 'Critical Global
Studies,'" pp. 15171.
- James Cruise, "Egypt and the Hieroglyphs in England: Secrecy
in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries," pp. 173205.
- Maximilian E. Novak, "Novel or Fictional Memoir: The
Scandalous Publication of Robinson Crusoe," pp.
- Jack Lynch, "Horry, the Ruffian, and the Whelp: Three Fakers
of the 1760s," pp. 22542.
- James Gray, "Diderot, Garrick, and the Art of Acting," pp.
- Lisa Berglund, "Hester Lynch Piozzi's Anecdotes
versus the Editors," pp. 27390.
- Mona Scheuermann, ""Truths Universally Acknowledged: Social
Commentary in Mansfield Park," pp. 291329.
- George Justice, "Schooling the Novel: John Gibson Lockhart's
Reginald Dalton," pp. 33144.
- Gloria Sybil Gross, "Stanley Kubrick's Love Affair with the
Eighteenth Century," pp. 34568.
- Jack Lynch, "A Bibliography of Paul J. Korshinís Writings,"
- "'No Writer nor Scholar Need Be Dull': Recollections of Paul
J. Korshin": Personal reminiscences and tributes from Robert
Allen, Blake Allmendinger, O M Brack, Jr., William Courshon,
James Cruise, Jane Hershey Cuozzo, Thomas M. Curley, James Dawes,
James Gray, Gloria Sybil Gross, David W. Johnson, George Justice,
Thomas E. Kinsella, Roberta S. Klein, Brooks R. Kolb, Jack Lynch,
John Richetti, Ira P. Robbins, A. Helen Greene Standring, Eric
Wertheimer, and Malcolm Woodfield, pp. 381442.
- Allen Reddick on Samuel Johnson, Johnson on the English
Language, ed. Gwin J. Kolb and Robert DeMaria, Jr., pp.
- Anthony W. Lee on James Boswell, An Account of Corsica,
the Journal of a Tour to That Island, and Memoirs of Pascal
Paoli, ed. James T. Boulton and T. O. McLoughlin, pp.
- Nicholas Hudson on Abigail Williams, Poetry and the
Creation of a Whig Literary Culture, 16811714, pp.
- Dustin Griffin on Howard D. Weinbrot, Menippean Satire
Reconsidered: From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century,
- David F. Venturo on Robin Sowerby, The Augustan Art of
Poetry: Augustan Translation of the Classics, pp.
- John Richetti on Patricia Meyer Spacks, Novel
Beginnings: Experiments in Eighteenth-Century English
Fiction, pp. 46670.
- J. T. Scanlan on John Allen Stevenson, The Real History
of Tom Jones, pp. 47078.
- Jack Lynch on David A. Brewer, The Afterlife of
Character, 17261825, pp. 47882.
- Jaclyn Geller on Lisa Zunshine, Bastards and
Foundlings: Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England,
- Scott Cleary on Paul Baines and Pat Rogers, Edmund
Curll, Bookseller, pp. 49198.
- Alan T. McKenzie on Richard B. Sher, The Enlightenment
& the Book: Scottish Authors & Their Publishers in
Eighteenth-Century Britain, Ireland, & America, pp.
- Bruce E. Graver on William St. Clair, The Reading
Nation in the Romantic Period, pp. 50816.
- Melissa Bloom on Kathryn Shevelow, Charlotte: Being a
True Account of an Actress's Flamboyant Adventures in
Eighteenth-Century London's Wild and Wicked Theatrical
World, pp. 51618.
- Kevin L. Cope on Julia V. Douthwaite and Mary Vidal, eds.,
The Interdisciplinary Century: Tensions and Convergences in
Eighteenth-Century Art, History, and Literature, pp.