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Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

Volume 31, 2012 Guest-edited by Donald W. Nichol

In Memoriam Jay Macpherson (1931-2012)

Table of contents (14 articles)

  1. Preface / Préface
  2. Literary Experiment and Female Infamy: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu fictionalizes her life
  3. Pratiques cartographiques en Nouvelle-France : la prise en charge de l’État dans la description de son espace colonial à l’orée du xviiie siècle
  4. Dividing Lines: Surveyors and the Crossing of the Colonies
  5. Thomas Davies – An Eighteenth-Century War Artist in British North America: War Art as Cultural Signifier
  6. Polite Language and Female Social Agency in Frances Burney’s Evelina
  7. Vie ou fiction ? La biographie de Voltaire à la lumière de l’Histoire de Tom Jones
  8. “For thou can’st read”: Cultural Silence and Education in Gray’s Elegy
  9. Locke, Religion, Rights, and the Rise of Modernity
  10. The “candour, which can feel for a foe”: Romanticizing the Jacobites in the Mid-Eighteenth Century
  11. John Salusbury, Father of Mrs. Hester Thrale, and the Founding of Halifax in 1749
  12. Sure John Rich could read: but could Lun dance?
  13. Rewriting Romance: Elizabeth Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers and Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey
  14. Les limites de l’hospitalité et la géographie suisse : l’exemple de Julie ou La Nouvelle Héloïse de Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Copyright © Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies / Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle, 2012

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