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

Volume 36, 2017 Guest-edited by Joël Castonguay-Bélanger, Betty A. Schellenberg and Diana Solomon

Table of contents (11 articles)

  1. Preface / Préface
  2. Matérialité du texte et attentes de lecture. Concordances ou discordances ?
  3. Samuel Johnson, Periodical Publication, and the Sentimental Reader: Virtue in Distress in The Rambler and The Idler
  4. Sixpenny State? Cheap Print and Cultural-political Citizenship in the Onset of Modernity
  5. Aspects bibliographiques du paratexte chez Mme de Graffigny
  6. Les infortunes des Oeuvres de Jean Racine (Pierre Didot, 1801-1805) : réflexions sur la production et la réception d’un livre-monument
  7. Improvised Patronage: Jacob Tonson and Dryden’s Linguistic Project
  8. L’autoportrait intellectuel ambigu de Marie de l’Incarnation d’après sa Relation de 1654
  9. Molly Canons: The Role of Slang and Text in the Formation of Queer Eighteenth-Century Culture
  10. “Druid Rocks”: Restoration, Originality, Nature and Authority in John Dryden, Titia Brongersma and William Blake’s Visions of Megalithic Monuments
  11. Radical Customs: Maréchal’s Critique of Religion and Politics in Serial Works on Distant Civilizations

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