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VOLUME 45

SUMMER 2005

NUMBER 3


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

 

The Hunted Stag and the Beheaded King

Anne Elizabeth Carson

537-556

Modern Warfare in Early-Eighteenth-Century Poetry John Richardson

557-578

Pope, John Rackett, and the Slave Trade

Jonathan Pritchard

579-602

Staying Out Late: Anne Finch's Poetics of Evening

Christopher Miller

603-624

Wit and The Spectator's Ethics of Desire

Elizabeth Kraft

625-646

The Scriblerian Sublime Christopher Fanning

647-668

Virtuous Voyages in Penelope Aubin's Fiction

Aparna Gollapudi

669-690

Authorship, Print, and Public in Chesterfield's Letters to His Son

Ann C. Dean

691-706

Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Michael McKeon

707-782

Abstracts   783

 

 

 


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