1st Edition

The Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe Vol 8

    400 Pages
    by Routledge

    This collection gathers together a number of Daniel Defoe's non-fiction writings on political and economic issues. The selection is designed to reflect the numerous facets of Defoe's economic and political thought. Each of the eight volumes includes an introduction.

    Volume 8: Social Reform, Introduction An Essay upon Projects (1687) An Essay on the Regulation of the Press (1704) To the Honourable the C—s of England Assembled in P—t [1704] Giving Alms no Charity (1704) Remarks on the Bill To Prevent Frauds Committed by Bankrupts (1706) Every-Body’s Business is No-Body’s Business (1725) The Protestant Monastery (1727) Augusta Triumphans (1728) Some Objections Humbly Offered to the Consideration of the Hon. House of Commons, Relating to the Present Intended Relief of Prisoners (1729) Explanatory notes, Textual notes, Cumulative Index


    W R Owens, P. N. Furbank, J.A. Downie, D.W. Hayton, John McVeagh