Volume 19 (2009)
- Preface (full text available
- Earl A. Reitan, "Samuel Johnson, the Gentleman's
Magazine, and the War of Jenkins' Ear," pp. 18.
- H. J. Jackson, "A General Theory of Fame in the Lives
of the Poets," pp. 920.
- Anthony W. Lee, "An Intertetxual Node: Johnson's Life
of Dryden, Rambler 31, and A Letter
from a Gentleman to the Honourable Ed. Howard, Esq., pp.
- Julie Crane, "Johnson and the Art of Interruption," pp.
- Robin Dix, "Fugitive References to Johnson in
Eighteenth-Century Manuscripts," pp. 4752.
- Robert G. Walker, "Boswell's Use of 'Ogden on Prayer' in
Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides," pp. 5368.
- Michael F. Suarez, S.J., "Secular Lessons: Biblical Satire,
Parody, Imitation, and Emulation in Eighteenth-Century Chronicles
of British Politics," pp. 69128.
- David Fairer, "'Fishes in His Water': Shenstone, Sensibility,
and the Ethics of Looking," pp. 12948.
- William Gibson, "Smollet, Goldsmith, Nash, and Tobit's Dog:
The Biography of a Joke," pp. 14966.
- Emily Bowles-Smith, "Perfect Patterns of Conjugal Love and
Duty: George Ballard's Domestic Ideologies in His Lives of
Elizabeth Egerton and Margaret Cavendish," pp. 16785.
- Brijraj Singh, "Revisiting Purley: John Horne
Tooke's Logocentrism," pp. 186212.
- Rebecca Hussey, "The Sentimental Traveler: Emotion, Movement,
and Economy in Sarah Fielding's Adventures of David
Simple and Volume the Last," pp.
- Eve Tavor Bannet, "Immigrant Fictions: Mathew Carey, Susanna
Rowson, and Charlotte Temple in Philadelphia," pp.
- Robert Folkenflik, "'Little Lives, and Little Prefaces'?
Lonsdale's Edition of Johnson's Lives of the Poets,"
- Nora Nachumi, "Living Large: The Women in Women's
Theatrical Memoirs," pp. 28599.
- Michelle Syba on Philip Smallwood, Johnson's Critical
Presence: Image, History, Judgment, pp. 3017.
- J. T. Scanlan on Anthony W. Lee, Mentoring
Relationships in the Life and Writings of Samuel Johnson: A Study
in the Dynamics of Eighteenth-Century Literary Mentoring,
- Richard J. Murphy on Caryl Phillips, Foreigners: Three
English Lives, pp. 31315.
- Nancy Johnson on James Buchan, The Authentic Adam
Smith, pp. 31520.
- George Justice on Stephen D. Miller, Conversation: A
History of a Dying Art, pp. 32024.
- Sophie Gee on Emily Cockayne, Hubbub: Filth, Noise and
Stench in England, pp. 32429.
- David F. Venturo on Louise Barnett, Jonathan Swift in
the Company of Women, pp. 32933.
- Lynn Festa on Brycchan Carey, British Abolitionism and
the Rhetoric of Sensibility: Writing, Sentiment, and Slavery,
17601807, pp. 33337.
- Devoney Looser on Jennie Batchelor and Cora Kaplan, eds.,
British Women's Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century:
Authorship, Politics, and History, pp. 33743.
- Natalie Roxburgh on Deborah Valenze, The Social Life of
Money in the English Past, pp. 34547.