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Lumen
Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

Volume 13, 1994

Table of contents (17 articles)

  1. Acknowledgements & Preface / Remerciements & Préface
  2. Tom Jones and the Age of Discretion
  3. Medical Advance and Female Fame: Inoculation and its After-Effects
  4. Sur les rives de l’Ohio : la cité utopique de Lezay-Marnésia
  5. Le personnage de Philoctète dans l’Oedipe de Voltaire : un signe avant-coureur
  6. Cook and the Cannibals: Nootka Sound, 1778
  7. The Sexual Politics of the Eye: Women in Pope's Poetry
  8. Slavery, Revolution and Political Strategy: Lessons from the International Campaign to Abolish the Slave Trade
  9. Mary Wollstonecraft and Hannah More: Politics, Feminism and Modern Critics
  10. Swift's Very Knowing American
  11. Un fil d’Ariane? le récit de l’hôtesse dans Jacques le fataliste
  12. Vauvenargues' Quest for a New Moral Philosophy
  13. Gibbon at Lausanne
  14. The Rediscovery of Frances Burney's Plays
  15. Madame Du Noyer, the Abbé de Bucquoy and the Birth of a Narration
  16. 'You're not a genius just because you're mad': Imitation and Originality in the Swedish Enlightenment
  17. The Treatment of Johnson's Shakespeare by Modern Editors: The Case of Henry V

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