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Criteria Of Certainty: Truth and Judgment in the English Enlightenment

by Kevin L. Cope

British writers of the Restoration and eighteenth century initiated a critique of human knowledge unrivaled in both its scope and its enthusiasm.

Quests of Difference: Reading Pope's Poems

by G. Douglas Atkins

In this eminently readable book, G. Douglas Atkins continues the efforts undertaken in Reading Deconstruction/Deconstructive Reading to open eighteenth-century texts to the insights of recent critical theory.

The Brink of All We Hate: English Satires on Women, 1660–1750

by Felicity A. Nussbaum

“Is it not monstrous, that our Seducers should be our Accusers?

Gender and the Writer's Imagination: From Cooper to Wharton

by Mary Suzanne Schriber

The concept of woman as having a distinctive nature and requiring a separate sphere of activity from that of man was pervasive in the thinking of nineteenth- century Americans.

Boswell: Citizen of the World, Man of Letters

edited by Irma S. Lustig

These eleven original essays by well-known eighteenth-century scholars, five of them editors of James Boswell’s journal or letters, commemorate the bicentenary of Boswell’s death on May 19, 1795.