AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century

ISSN 0196-6561
Set ISBN-10: 0-404-61470-1
Set ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61470-6

No. 1: Modern Language Association of America, Modern Language Association of America: Proceedings of the 1967-1968 Neoclassicism Conferences. New York, 1970.
LC 76-124161, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-07949-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-07949-9, PR445. Price: $69.50.
Edited and with a selected bibliography (1920–1968) by Paul J. Korshin.

No. 2: Francesco Cordasco, Tobias George Smollett; a Bibliographial Guide. New York, 1978.
LC 77-83136, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-16018-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-16018-0, Z8822.5. Price: $57.50.

No. 3: Paula R. Backscheider, ed., Probability, Time, and Space in Eighteenth-Century Literature. New York, 1979.
LC 78-20850, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-16046-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-16046-3, PR442. Price: $55.00.

No. 4: Ruth Perry, Women, Letters, and the Novel. New York, 1980.
LC 79-8637, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-18025-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-18025-6, PR858. Price: $65.00.

No. 5: Paul J. Korshin, ed., The American Revolution and Eighteenth-Century Culture: Essays from the 1976 Bicentennial Conference of The American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. New York, 1986.
LC 83-45275, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61471-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61471-3, E163. Price: $55.00.

No. 6: Sir John Hill, The Letters and Papers of Sir John Hill (1714–1775). New York, 1982.
LC 81-68993, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61472-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61472-0, CT788. Price: $59.50.
Edited with commentary by G. S. Rousseau.

No. 7: Paula R. Backscheider, A Being More Intense: A Study of the Prose Works of Bunyan, Swift, and Defoe. New York, 1984.
LC83-45274, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61473-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61473-7, PR851. Price: $64.50.

No. 8: Christopher Fox, ed., Psychology and Literature in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1987.
LC 85-48001, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61474-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61474-4, PR448. Price: $57.50.
Illustrations by Michael DePorte.

No. 9: John F. Sena, The Best-Natured Man: Sir Samuel Garth, Physician and Poet. New York, 1986.
LC 85-48001, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61475-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61475-1, PR3471. Price: $46.50.

No. 10: Robert A. Erickson, Mother Midnight: Birth, Sex, and Fate in Eighteenth-Century Fiction (Defoe, Richardson, and Sterne). New York, 1986.
LC 85-48010, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-61476-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-61476-8, PR858. Price: $49.50.

No. 11: Malcolm Jack, Corruption and Progress. The Eighteenth-Century Debate. New York, 1989.
LC 89-47842, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63511-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63511-4, HB835. Price: $49.50.

No. 12: Christopher Fox, ed., Teaching Eighteenth-Century Poetry. New York, 1990.
LC 86-478517, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63512-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63512-1, PR553. Price: $71.00.

No. 13: Richard Cumberland, The Letters of Richard Cumberland. New York, 1988.
LC 87-45799, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63513-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63513-8, PR3393. Price: $76.50.

No. 14: John Irwin Fischer, Hermann Joseph Real, and James D. Wolley, eds., Swift and His Contexts. New York, 1989.
LC 89-107, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63514-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63514-5, PR3727. Price: $52.50.

No. 15: Kenneth Graham, ed., “Vathek” and the Escape From Time: Bicentenary Revaluations. New York, 1990.
LC 89-6471, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63515-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63515-2, PQ1957. Price: $69.50.

No. 16: Kenneth W. Graham, The Politics of Narrative: Ideology and Social Change in William Godwin’s Caleb Williams. New York, 1990.
LC 89-45880, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63516-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63516-9, PR4722. Price: $69.50.

No. 17: Richard Cumberland, The Unpublished Plays of William Cumberland. New York, 1991–1992.
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Edited by Richard R. Dircks.

No. 18: Kevin L. Cope, ed., Enlightening Allegory: Theory, Practice and Contexts of Allegory in the Late Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. New York, 1993.
LC 91-75412, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63518-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63518-3, PR448. Price: $59.50.

No. 19: O. M. Brack, Jr., ed., Writers, Books, and Trade: An Eighteenth-Century English Miscellany for William B. Todd. New York, 1994.
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No. 20: Malcom Jack, William Beckford: An English Fidalgo. New York, 1996.
LC 91-12379, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63520-2, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63520-6, PR4092. Price: $62.50.

No. 21: Peter J. Schakel, ed., Critical Approaches to Teaching Swift. New York, 1992.
LC 91-13056, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63521-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63521-3, PR3727. Price: $57.50.

No. 22: James Walton, ed., “The King’s Business.” Letters on the Administration of Ireland, 1740–1761, from the Papers of Sir Robert Wilmot. New York, 1997.
LC 93-32787, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63522-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63522-0, DA947. Price: $68.00.

No. 23: Ruth Plaut Weinreb, Eagle in a Gauze Cage: Louise d’Epinay, femme de lettres. New York, 1993.
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No. 24: Samuel Johnson, Shorter Prose Writings of Samuel Johnson. 2 volume set. Due 2016 (NYP).
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Edited by O. M. Brack, Jr.

No. 25: Ann Messenger, Pastoral Tradition and the Female Talent: Studies in Augustan Poetry. New York, 2001.
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No. 26: Barbara M. Benedict, Framing Feeling: Sentiment and Style in English Prose Fiction, 1745–1800. New York, 1994.
LC 93-33407, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63526-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63526-8, PR858. Price: $62.50.

No. 27: Ann Messenger, Woman and Poet in the Eighteenth Century: The Life of Mary Whateley Darwall (1738–1825). New York, 1999.
LC 94-821, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63527-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63527-5, PR3395. Price: $59.50.

No. 28: Carla H. Hay and Syndy M. Conger, eds., The Past as Prologue: Essays to Celebrate the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of ASECS. New York, 1995.
LC 94-8348, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63528-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404063528-2, CB411. Price: $72.50.
Published for The American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

No. 29: Seneca Unmasqued: Aphra Behn᾿s Translation of La Rochefoucauld᾿s Maxims. A Bilingual Edition [English and French]. New York, 2001.
LC 95-34662, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63529-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63529-9, PQ1815. Price: $69.50.
Edited and with an introduction and notes by Irwin Primer

No. 30: Daniel Defoe, An Essay Upon Projects.The Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe Edition. New York, 1999.
LC 97-31900, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63530-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63530-5, PR3404. Price: $96.75.
Edited by Joyce D. Kennedy, Michael Seidel, and Maximillian E. Novak. General Editors for the Edition: Jim Springer Borck, et al.

No. 31: Carol Houlihan Flynn and Edward Copeland, eds., Clarissa and Her Readers. New Essays for The Clarissa Project. New York, 1999.
LC 99-48633, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63631-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63631-9, PR3664. Price: $84.50.
The Clarissa Project, Volume 9.
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No. 32: Richard Cumberland, The Memoirs of Richard Cumberland. New York, 2002.
LC 99-24623, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63532-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63532-9, PR3393. Price: $145.00.
Edited by Richard J. Dircks. 2 volumes in 1.

No. 33: Jack Lynch, A Bibliography of Johnsonian Studies, 1986–1998. New York, 2000.
LC 99-55818, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63533-4, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63533-6, Z8455 [PR3533]. Price: $69.50.

No. 34: Susan Price Karpuk, Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa: An Index. Analyzing the Characters, Subjects, and Place Names (Based upon the Penguin Classics edition, 1985). New York, 2000.
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No. 35: Kevin L. Cope and Rüdiger Ahrens, eds., Talking Forward, Talking Back. Critical Dialogues with the Enlightenment. New York, 2002.
LC 99-59955, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63535-0, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63535-0, PN751. Price: $78.50.
Taking a new approach to the challenge of eighteenth-century literary theory, these fourteen essays examine a spectacular array of contemporary critical approaches, asking how the past and present talk with one another to compose critical liaison.

No. 36: John Wilkes and Thomas Potter, An Essay on Woman by John Wilkes and Thomas Potter: A Reconstruction of a Lost Book, with a Historical Essay on the Writing, Printing, and Suppressing of this “Blasphemous and Obscene” Work. New York, 2001.
LC 99-59837, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63536-9, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63536-7, PR3765. Price: $64.50.
Reconstructs Wilkes’s book—which is indeed blasphemous and bawdy in the extreme—as he printed it, restoring for students of eighteenth-century literature and politics a landmark case that has lost none of its energy and appeal.

No. 37: John Morillo, Uneasy Feelings: Literature, the Passions, and Class from Neoclassicism to Romanticism. New York, 2001.
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Reveals the emerging class dynamics that lie behind and connect the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century discourse of sensibility.

No. 38: Kevin L. Cope, ed., George Washington in and as Culture: Bicentenary Explorations. New York, 2001.
LC 00-36230, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63538-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63538-1, E312.17. Price: $74.50.
Offers multidisciplinary, panoramic, and accessibly scholarly accounts and interpretations of Washingtonian culture and phenomena across the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries.

No. 39: Daniel Defoe, The Consolidator. The Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe Edition. New York, 2001.
LC 00-26751, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63539-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63539-8, PR3404. Price: $96.75.
Edited by Michael Seidel, Maximilian E. Novak, and Joyce D. Kennedy. General Editors for the Edition: Jim Springer Borck, et al.

No. 40: Gloria Sybil Gross, In a Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman: Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson. New York, 2002.
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No. 41: Patsy Fowler and Alan Jackson, eds., Launching Fanny Hill: Essays on the Novel and Its Influence. New York, 2003.
LC 2001046181, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63541-5, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63541-1, PR3348. Price: $82.50.

No. 42: Henry L. Snyder and Michael S. Smith, eds., The English Short-Title Catalogue: Past Present Future. Papers Delivered at a Conference at the New York Public Library on January 21, 1998, Together with Some Personal Histories of the ESTC in North America and Reports of the Canvass of the Public Record Office. New York, 2003.
LC 2002028033, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63542-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63542-8, Z699.4.E17. Price: $97.50.

No. 43: Robert C. Leitz, III and Kevin L. Cope, eds., Imagining the Sciences: Expressions of New Knowledge in the “Long” Eighteenth Century. New York, 2004.
LC 2003048091, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63543-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63543-5, Q125.I393. Price: $91.50.

No. 44: Daniel Defoe, The Political History of the Devil. The Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe Edition. New York, 2003.
LC 2003048092, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63544-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63544-2, PR3404. Price: $178.50.
Edited by Irving N. Rothman and R. Michael Bowerman. General Editors for the Edition: Jim Springer Borck, Maximillian E. Novak, et al.

No. 45: Sharon Harrow, Adventures in Domesticity: Gender and Colonial Adulteration in Eighteenth-Century British Literature. New York, 2004.
LC 2002043769, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63545-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63545-9, PR858. Price: $72.50.

No. 46: Charles Pinot-Duclos, Two French Libertine Novels: The Story of Madame de Luz and The Confessions of the Comte de ***. New York: 2006.
LC 2003058327, CIP, ISBN-10: 0-404-63546-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63546-6, PQ1981. Price: $64.50.
Translated and with an introduction by Douglas Parmee.
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No. 47: Kenneth W. Graham, ed., William Beckford and the New Millennium. New York, 2004.
LC 2004054428, CIP, ISBN 0-404-63547-4, PR4092. Price: $94.50.
Assistant Editor: Kevin Berland.

No. 48: Robert J. Frail, A Singular Duality: Literary Relations between France and England in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 2007.
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No. 49: Stephen Ahern, Affected Sensibilities: Romantic Excess and the Genealogy of the Novel 1680–1810. New York, 2007.
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No. 50: Nora Nachumi, Acting Like A Lady: British Women Novelists and the Eighteenth-Century Theater. New York, 2008.
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No. 51: Benjamin Hoadly, The Original and Institution of Civil Government, Discuss’d. New York, 2007.
Edited and with an introduction by William Gibson.
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No. 52: Eric Rasmussen and Aaron Santesso, eds., Comparative Excellence: New Essays on Shakespeare and Johnson. New York, 2007.
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No. 53: Kathryn Duncan, ed., Religion in the Age of Reason: A Transatlantic Study of the Long Eighteenth Century. New York, 2009.
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No. 54: Dale Townshend, The Orders of Gothic: Foucault, Lacan, and the Subject of Gothic Writing, 1764–1820. New York, 2007.
LC 2006045333, ISBN-10: 0-404-64854-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-64854-1. Price: $87.50.
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No. 55: Susan Price Karpuk, Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones: An Index; With Summaries of Chapters Appended. New York, 2006.
Preface by Alison Winch.
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No. 56: Daniel Defoe, An Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions. New York, 2007.
Edited by Kit Kincade; General Editors for the series: Jim Springer Borck, Maximilian E. Novak, et al.
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No. 57: Kevin L. Cope, In and After the Beginning: Inaugural Moments and Literary Institutions in the Long Eighteenth Century. New York, 2007.
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No. 58: Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, and Alexander Pettit, eds., Adventure: An Eighteenth-Century Idiom. Essays on the Daring and the Bold as a Pre-Modern Medium. New York, 2009.
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No. 59: Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, and Alexander Pettit, eds., The Enlightenment by Night: Essays on After-Dark Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. New York, 2010.
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Nos. 60 & 61: Lois E. Bueler, ed., Clarissa: The Eighteenth-Century Response, 1747–1804. New York, 2010.
Volume 1: Reading Clarissa
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Volume 2: Rewriting Clarissa
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No. 62: Richard Morton. The English Enlightenment Reads Ovid: Dryden and Jacob Tonson’s 1717 “Metamorphoses.” New York, 2013.
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No. 63: Daniel Defoe. The Family Instructor. The Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe Edition. 2015.
Edited by Irving N. Rothman; General Editors for the series: Maximillian E. Novak, John G. Peters, Irving N. Rothman, Manuel Schonhorn, Kit Kincade.
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No. 64: Michael Rotenberg-Schwartz, ed., with Tara Czechowski, Global Economies, Cultural Currencies of the Eighteenth Century. New York, 2012.
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No. 65: Philip Smallwood. Critical Occasions: Dryden, Pope, Johnson, and the History of Criticism. New York, 2011.
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No. 66: Kevin L. Cope, ed., with editorial contributions by Robert C. Leitz, III. The Sensational Centuries: Essays on the Enhancement of Sense Experience in the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth Centuries. New York, 2013.
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Nos. 67 & 68: Janet Aikins Yount, ed., Clarissa: The Twentieth-Century Response, 1900–1950. Due 2016.
Volume 1: The Twentieth-Century Conversation about Clarissa. Volume 2: Clarissa’s Reception, 1900–1950.
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No. 69: Katherine Ellison, Kit Kincade, and Holly Faith Nelson, eds., Topographies of the Imagination: New Approaches to Daniel Defoe. 2014.
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No. 70: Bärbel Czennia, ed., Celebrity: The Idiom of a Modern Era. 2013.
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No. 71: Kevin L. Cope and Cedric D. Reverand II, eds., An Expanding Universe: The Project of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Essays Commemorating the Career of Jim Springer Borck. Due 2016.
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No. 72: Julie A. Chappell and Kamille Stone Stanton, eds., Spectacle, Sex, and Property in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture.
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No. 73: Daniel Defoe. A System of Magick. Or, A History of the Black Art. The Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe Edition. Due 2016.
Edited by Kit Kincade; General Editors for the series: Maximillian E. Novak, John G. Peters, Irving N. Rothman, Manuel Schonhorn
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No. 75: Kathryn Duncan, ed. Reasoning Beasts: Evolution, Cognition, and Culture, 1720–1820. Due 2016.
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