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VOLUME 44

SUMMER 2004

NUMBER 3


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY


C O N T E N T S
 
Swift on False Witness

Jeanne Clegg

461-86

Pope's Epistle to Bathurst and the Meaning of Finance Tom Jones

487-504

Duck, Collier, and the Ideology of Verse Forms

Peggy Thompson

505-24

David Simple and the Fallacy of Friendship

Richard Terry

525-44

Francis Hayman Reading Paradise Lost in the 1740s

Stephen A. Raynie

545-70

Johnson and His "Readers" in the Epistolary Rambler Essays

Manushag N. Powell

571-94

Nostalgic Correspondence and James Boswell's Scottish Malady

Christopher F. Loar

595-616

Literary Taste as Counter-Enlightenment in Hume's History of England

James Noggle

617-38

Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Steven N. Zwicker

639-88

Abstracts   689-91

 

 

 


 

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