Representing the diversity of interests within the eighteenth-century studies community, the latest volume in this distinguished series includes eighteen essays that range chronologically from the mid-seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century and geographically from the Italian peninsula to the American colonies on the eve of the revolution. A distinguished group of contributors addresses subjects such as alienation and exile, the rise of the novel as a genre, challenges to Enlightenment rationalism, gender and the Other, and the rise of the New Science.
Contributors: Paula R. Backscheider � Jeffrey Barnouw � Leslie Ellen Brown � Pamela Cantrell � Patrick Coleman � Robert P. Crease � William F. Edmiston � James M. Farrell � Moira Ferguson � Maureen Harkin � Catherine Ingrassia � Philip Koch � William Levine � Thomas E. Maresca � Betty Rizzo � Zeynep Tenger � Paul Trolander � James Grantham Turner � Arlene Fish WilnerDistributed for the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
|Publisher:||Michigan State University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.91(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Carla H. Hay teaches in the Department of History at Marquette University. Syndy M. Conger teaches in the Department of English at Western Illinois University.