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Pope’s Mythologies Alexander Pope and Myth in the Early British Enlightenment

Pope’s Mythologies: Alexander Pope and Myth in the Early British Enlightenment

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By A.D. Cousins, Daniel Derrin
January 31, 2023

This volume is the first to discuss the canon of Pope’s verse in relation to Early British Enlightenment thinking about mythology and mythography. Pope did not merely use classical (along with non-classical) mythology in his verse as a traditional, richly diverse medium through which to represent ...

Writing the Poetry of Place in Britain, 1700–1807 Self in Landscape

Writing the Poetry of Place in Britain, 1700–1807: Self in Landscape

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Elizabeth R. Napier
November 30, 2022

This book discusses the intrusion, often inadvertent, of personal voice into the poetry of landscape in Britain, 1700-1807. It argues that strong conventions, such as those that inhere in topographical verse of the period, invite original poets to overstep those bounds while also shielding them ...

Hannah More in Context

Hannah More in Context

1st Edition

Edited By Kerri Andrews, Sue Edney
January 14, 2022

This book relocates the long life and literary career of the poet, playwright, novelist, philanthropist and teacher Hannah More (1745-1833) in the wider social and cultural contexts that shaped her, and which she helped shape in turn. One of the most influential writers and campaigners of the late ...

Narrating Cultural Encounter Representations of India by Select Enlightenment Women Writers

Narrating Cultural Encounter: Representations of India by Select Enlightenment Women Writers

1st Edition

By Arnab Chatterjee
October 28, 2021

This book interrogates and historicises eighteenth-century British women writers’ responses to India through the novel and travel writing to bring out the polyvalent space arising out of their complex negotiation with the colonial discourse. Though British women enjoyed their privileged racial ...

A Spy on Eliza Haywood Addresses to a Multifarious Writer

A Spy on Eliza Haywood: Addresses to a Multifarious Writer

1st Edition

Edited By Aleksondra Hultquist, Chris Mounsey
August 27, 2021

Eliza Haywood was one of the most prolific English writers in the Age of the Enlightenment.  Her career, from Love in Excess (1719) to her last completed project The Invisible Spy (1755) spanned the gamut of genres: novels, plays, advice manuals, periodicals, propaganda, satire, and translations. ...

Alexander Pope in The Reign of Queen Anne Reconsiderations of His Early Career

Alexander Pope in The Reign of Queen Anne: Reconsiderations of His Early Career

1st Edition

By A. D. Cousins, Daniel Derrin
November 30, 2020

This is the first collection of essays since George Sherburn’s landmark monograph The Early Career of Alexander Pope (1934) to reconsider how the most important and influential poet of eighteenth-century Britain fashioned his early career. The volume covers Pope’s writings from across the reign of ...

Marie Jeanne Riccoboni’s Epistolary Feminism Fact, Fiction, and Voice

Marie Jeanne Riccoboni’s Epistolary Feminism: Fact, Fiction, and Voice

1st Edition

By Marijn S. Kaplan
May 12, 2020

Marie Jeanne Riccoboni’s Epistolary Feminism: Fact, Fiction, and Voice argues that Riccoboni is among the most significant women writers of the French Enlightenment due to her "epistolary feminism". Locating its source in her first novel Lettres de Mistriss Fanni Butlerd (1757), between fact and ...

Castration, Impotence, and Emasculation in the Long Eighteenth Century

Castration, Impotence, and Emasculation in the Long Eighteenth Century

1st Edition

By Anne Leah Greenfield
November 27, 2019

This essay collection examines one of the most fearsome, fascinating, and hotly-discussed topics of the long eighteenth century: masculinity compromised. During this timespan, there was hardly a literary or artistic genre that did not feature unmanning regularly and prominently: from harrowing ...

Nation-Space in Enlightenment Britain An Archaeology of Empire

Nation-Space in Enlightenment Britain: An Archaeology of Empire

1st Edition

By Mita Choudhury
March 12, 2019

Nation-Space in Enlightenment Britain: An Archaeology of Empire is a provocative intervention that extends considerably the parameters of on-going dialogues about British identity during the Enlightenment. Thoughtfully interdisciplinary and with an allegiance to the culture which literary ...

Moral Cupidity and Lettres de cachet in Diderot’s Writing

Moral Cupidity and Lettres de cachet in Diderot’s Writing

1st Edition

By Jennifer Vanderheyden
January 07, 2019

This volume explores the influence of the lettre de cachet on both Diderot’s personal life and his works, beginning with an examination of Diderot’s experience as recipient of two such arrest warrants, followed by an analysis of his references to these warrants in three of his fictional works, Le ...

Before Crusoe Defoe, Voice, and the Ministry

Before Crusoe: Defoe, Voice, and the Ministry

1st Edition

By Penny Pritchard
November 30, 2018

Penny Pritchard is a Senior Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Literature, and has taught at the University of Hertfordshire since completing her PhD in 2006. Both her doctoral thesis (entitled ‘Defoe, Rhetoric, and Nonconformity’) and MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies were undertaken at the University ...

On Declaring Love Eighteenth-Century Literature and Jane Austen

On Declaring Love: Eighteenth-Century Literature and Jane Austen

1st Edition

By Fred Parker
November 13, 2018

"What did she say? – Just what she ought, of course. A lady always does." This book explores the act of declaring love in works of literature written between the middle of the eighteenth century and the death of Jane Austen - and uncovers the uncertain boundaries of the self in the force-field of ...

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