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ECLRNI, the Eighteenth Century Literature Research Network of Ireland
Members Publications 2001-2002
Portrait of John Locke (1632 - 1704)

2002

Books

Daniel Carey and François Boulaire (eds), Les voyages de Gulliver: mondes lointains ou mondes proches. Caen: Presses universitaires de Caen, 173 pp.

Darryl Jones, Horror: A Thematic History in Fiction and Film. London: Arnold; and New York: OUP, 220pp. [Contains chapters on eighteenth-century and Romantic Gothic]

Christopher Morash, A History of Irish Theatre, 1601-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xx + 322 pp. 

Ian Campbell Ross, Laurence Sterne: A Life. 2001; repr. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 512 pp.

Editions

Siobhán Kilfeather, The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing Volumes 4&5: Irish Women's Writings and Traditions, edited by Angela Bourke, Siobhán Kilfeather, Maria Luddy, Gerardine Meaney, Mairín Ni Dhonnchadha, Mary O'Dowd and Clair Wills. Cork: Cork University Press and NYU Press.

Essays in books

Daniel Carey, 'The Metaphysics of Travel: Sugar, Slavery, and Colonialism in Seventeenth-Century Barbados', in Jan Borm and Jean-Yves Le Disez (eds), Seuils et traverses: enjeux de l'écriture du voyage, 2 vols, Brest: Université de Bretagne Occidentale, 2, pp. 129-38.

___________, 'Swift, Gulliver, and Human Nature', in Daniel Carey and François Boulaire (eds), Les voyages de Gulliver: mondes lointains ou mondes proches, Caen: Presses universitaires de Caen, pp. 139-56.

___________, 'Locke as Moral Sceptic: Innateness, Diversity, and the Reply to Stoicism', in Udo Thiel (ed), Locke: Epistemology and Metaphysics, The International Library of Critical Essays in the History of Philosophy. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, pp. 33-50 [repr. from Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 79 (1997), 292-309].

Aileen Douglas, '"In a glass, darkly": Swift, Gulliver and the Human Shape', in Daniel Carey et François Boulaire (eds), Les Voyages de Gulliver: mondes lointains ou mondes proches, Caen: Presses universitaires de Caen, pp. 125-138.

T. O. McLoughlin, 'Settlers, Margins and Centres in Postcolonial Writing from Ireland and Zimbabwe' in Glenn Hooper and Colin Graham (eds), Irish and Postcolonial Writing, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Electronic publishing

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, "Not 'Forsworn with Pink Ribbons': Hannah More, Thomas De Quincey, and the Literature of Power." Romanticism On the Net 25: 17 pars. http://users.ox.ac.uk/~scat0385/25roberts.html

Articles in Journals

Conrad Brunström, 'Playing is a Science: Eighteenth Century Actor's Manuals and the Sociology of Emotion' [with Tanya Cassidy], British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies   25, 19-31.

Aileen Douglas, 'Maria Edgeworth's Writing Classes', Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Special issue on "Fiction and Print Culture." 14: 3-4, 371-390

T. O. McLoughlin, 'Boswell and Corsica: the Art of Puffing', Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIè et XVIIIè siècles, 55, 157-69.

Joseph McMinn, 'Was Swift a Philistine? The Evidence of Music', Swift Studies, 17, 59-74.

Shaun Regan, 'Print Culture in Transition: Tristram Shandy, the Reviewers, and the Consumable Text', Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Special Issue on Fiction and Print Culture, 14:3-4, 289-309.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, 'Wordsworth's Reading of Rachel Lee: De Quincey's Evidence', Notes and Queries, n.s. 49, 4, 465-7.

Ian Campbell Ross, '"A Collective Enterprise"? Sterne and the Biographer', The Shandean, 13, 9-27.

_____________, 'Did Sterne read Tom Jones?', The Shandean, 13. 109-11.

2001

Books

Máire Kennedy, French Books in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, SVEC - 7, x + 253 pp.

Ian Campbell Ross, Laurence Sterne: A Life. Oxford and New York: Oxford University. 512 pp.

Elizabeth Eger, Charlotte Grant, Clíona Ó Gallchoir and Penny Warburton (eds), Women, Writing and the Public Sphere, 1700-1830. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xii + 320 pp.

Editions

Jane Desmarais, Tim McLoughlin and Marilyn Butler (eds), The Works of Maria Edgeworth, vol. 1 (Castle Rackrent, Irish Bulls, Ennui). London: Pickering & Chatto. 402 pp.

Essays in Books

Conrad Brunström, 'Be Male and Female Still': an ABC of Hyperbolic Masculinity in the Eighteenth Century', in Chris Mounsey and Caroline Gonda (eds), Presenting Gender: changing sex in early modern Culture . Lewisburg, (PA), Bucknell University Press, pp. 49-69.

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, 'Gender, Nation and Revolution: Maria Edgeworth and Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis', in Elizabeth Eger, Charlotte Grant, Clíona Ó Gallchoir and Penny Warburton (eds), Women, Writing and the Public Sphere, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 200-16.

Entries in encyclopedias and other reference works

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, entries on autobiographical writers of the Romantic period in Margaretta Jolly, The Fitzroy-Dearborn Encyclopaedia of Life Writing, London: Fitzroy-Dearborn.

Journals

Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 16, 171pp. [Ed. Daniel Carey]

Articles in Journals

Conrad Brunström, '"Not Worth Going to See': the place of Ireland in Samuel Johnson's Imagination”', Eighteenth-Century Ireland , 16, 73-82.

Aileen Douglas, 'Making their Mark: eighteenth-century writing masters and their copy-books', British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 24, 145-59.

Michael J. Griffin, 'Delicate Allegories, Deceitful Mazes: Goldsmith's Landscapes', Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 16, 104-115

Máire Kennedy, '"Rare, Valuable and Extensive Libraries"': the book auction catalogues of Charles Sharpe in the library of the Royal Irish Academy library', Long Room, 46, 24-33.

_____________, 'Book mad: the sale of books by auction in eighteenth-century Dublin' Dublin Historical Record, LIV, 1, 48-71.

T. O. McLoughlin, 'Conquest, Liberty and Empire: Anomalies and Contradictions in Eighteenth-Century Writing', Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVII e et XVIIIe siècles, 53, 189-200.

Joseph McMinn, 'Swift and Theatre', Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 35-46

Shaun Regan, 'Translating Rabelais: Sterne, Motteux, and the Culture of Politeness', Translation and Literature, 10:2, 174-99

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Entre la joie et la tristesse: Laurence Sterne à Montpellier 1763-4', Etudes Héraultaises, 31-33 [1999-2001], 125-8.

________________, 'Sterne, Swift, Orrery and the "Rabelaisian Fragment"', Notes and Queries (December), 421-5.

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