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

Volume 14, 1995

Table of contents (13 articles)

  • Preface / Préface
  • Did the Scottish Enlightenment Emerge in an English Cultural Province?
  • Bondage and Slavery in Eighteenth-century Poetry by Women
  • Tales of Morality and Immorality: Eighteenth-Century Society as Depicted in the Italian Comic Libretto
  • Gender Inversions in Haywood's The Distress'd Orphan, or, Love in a Mad-house
  • Berkeley and the University
  • Proverbs and the Language of Control in Clarissa
  • Food for Thought in Rousseau's Emile
  • Mme Riccoboni: 'philosophe parvenue'
  • Adèle de Sénange (1794) et sa réception
  • 'Altered, improved, copied, abridged': Alexandre d'Arblay's Revisions to Burney's Edwy and Elgiva
  • Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Plays of M. G. Lewis
  • Fathers as Monsters of Deceit: Robinson's Domestic Criticism in The False Friend
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