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ECLRNI, the Eighteenth Century Literature Research Network of Ireland
Members Publications 1999-2000
Portrait of Laurence Sterne (1713 - 1768)



Estelle Haan Thomas Gray's Latin Poetry: Some Classical, Neo-Latin and Vernacular Contexts (Brussels: Collection Latomus)

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, Revisionary Gleam: De Quincey, Coleridge and the High Romantic Argument. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, xxi + 311 pp.


Máire Kennedy and Nodlaig P. Hardiman, A directory of Dublin for 1738: compiled from the most authentic sources. Dublin: Dublin City Public Libraries, 241 pp.

Andrew Carpenter (ed), John Dunton, The Dublin Scuffle (1699), with an introduction and notes by Andrew Carpenter. Dublin: Four Courts Press /National Library of Ireland, 350 pp.

Ian Campbell Ross (ed), Laurence Sterne, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, with an introduction and notes. 1983; repr. with additional bibliographical material and updated bibliographies. Oxford: Clarendon and London and New York: Oxford University Press. xxx + 595 pp.

Essays in books

Brian Caraher, 'Edgeworth, Wilde and Joyce: Reading Irish Regionalism through 'the cracked looking-glass' of a Servant's Art,' in Glenn Hooper and Leon Litvack (eds), Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: Regional Identity, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 123-39.

Daniel Carey, 'Introduction' to Francis Hutcheson, A System of Moral Philosophy [1755], 2 vols. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. v-vii.

Andrew Carpenter, 'From Ulster to Delaware: Two Poems by James Orr about an Eighteenth-Century Emigrant Voyage' in Charles Fanning (ed), New Perspectives on the Irish Diaspora, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, pp. 65-74.

Máire Kennedy, 'Book trade networks in the south of Ireland', in M.T. Richardson (ed), Branches of literature and music: proceedings of the thirteenth seminar on the History of the Provincial Book Trade held in Bristol, 11-13 July 1995, Bristol: University of Bristol Library, pp. 25-46.


Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 15, 219 pp. [Ed. Daniel Carey, James Kelly and Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin]

Articles in Journals

Daniel Carey, 'Hutcheson's Moral Sense and the Problem of Innateness', Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 1, 103-10.

Andrew Carpenter, 'A Collection of Verse presented to James Butler, First Duke of Ormonde', The Yale University Library Gazette, 75, 1-2, 64-70.

Máire Kennedy, 'Huguenot Book Buyers in Dublin before 1750' in Ruth Whelan (ed), 'The current state of research on the Huguenots and Ireland', Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, XXVII, 3, 419-421

April London, ‘Clock Time and Utopia’s Time in novels of the 1790s’, in Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 40 (2000), 539-560.

, ‘Novel and History in Anti-Jacobin Satire’, Yearbook of English Studies, 30 (2000), 71-80.

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, 'Maria Edgeworth's Revolutionary Morality and the Limits of Realism', Colby Quarterly, 36, 2, 87-97.



Brian G. Caraher (ed), Intimate Conflict: Contradiction in Literary and Philosophical Discourse. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, xii + 208 pp.

Moyra Haslett, Marxist literary and cultural theories. Basingstoke: Macmillan. x + 322 pp (especially chaps. 5, 'A Labouring Woman Poet in the Age of Pope: Mary Leapor's 'Crumble-Hall (1751)'', and 6 ''The Muffled Clink of Crystal Touching Mahogany': Jane Austen in the 1990s').

Bernadette Cunningham and Máire Kennedy (eds), The Experience of Reading: Irish historical perspectives. Dublin, ESHS/RBG, x + 212 pp.

April London, Women and Property in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. ix + 262.

T. O. McLoughlin, Contesting Ireland: Irish Voices against England in the Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 248 pp.


Susan Manly and Clíona Ó Gallchoir (eds), Helen, vol 9 in the Novels and Selected Works of Maria Edgeworth. London: Pickering and Chatto, xiii + 413 pp.

Essays in Books

Daniel Carey, 'Travel and Sexual Fantasy in the Early Modern Period', in Ceri Sullivan and Barbara White (eds), Writing and Fantasy, London: Longman, pp. 151-65.

___________, 'Francis Hutcheson' in John Valdimir Price (ed), The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, 2 vols, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 453-60.

___________, 'Jonathan Swift', in John Valdimir Price (ed), The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, 2 vols, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp. 853-8.

Máire Kennedy, 'Women and Reading in Eighteenth-Century Ireland', in Bernadette Cunningham and Máire Kennedy (eds), The Experience of Reading: Irish historical perspectives, Dublin, ESHS/RBG, pp 78-98.

_____________, 'A Passion for Books: the Gilbert Library', in Mary Clark, Yvonne Desmond and Nodlaig P. Hardiman (eds), Sir John T. Gilbert 1829-1898: historian, archivist and librarian, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp 59-78.

_____________, 'Readership in French: the Irish Experience', in Graham Gargett and Geraldine Sheridan (eds), Ireland and the French Enlightenment, 1700-1800, Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp 3-20.

Máire Kennedy and Geraldine Sheridan, 'The Trade in French Books in Eighteenth-Century Ireland', in Graham Gargett and Geraldine Sheridan (eds), Ireland and the French Enlightenment, 1700-1800, Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp 173-96.

Entries in encyclopedias and other reference works

Darryl Jones, 'Gothic Parody', in Marie Mulvey-Roberts (ed), The Handbook of Gothic Literature, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998, pp. 270-71.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Fiction to 1830', 'Maturin family', 'Owenson family', 'Sterne family', in W.J. McCormack (ed), The Blackwell Companion to Modern Irish Culture, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 223-6, 378-9, 455, 545.


Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, 14. 168 pp. [Eds. Michael Brown, Daniel Carey, Eoin Magennis, and Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin]

Articles in Journals

Kevin Barry, 'Crediting Power: romantic aesthetics and paper money 1797-1825', La Questione Romantica, 3/4, 169-192.

Conrad Brunström, 'Thomas Sheridan and the Evil Ends of Writing', New Hibernia Review , 3, 4, 130-42.

Brian Caraher, 'Wordsworth, Dewey and the Democracy of Response', Paunch 69-70, 52-69.

Aileen Douglas, 'Austen's enclave: virtue and modernity,' Romanticism 5, 2 147-60.

Michael J. Griffin, 'Oliver Goldsmith and François-Ignace Espiard de la Borde: An Instance of Plagiarism', The Review of English Studies, new series, 50, 197, 59-63.

Máire Kennedy, 'Charles Praval: an eighteenth-century French teacher in Dublin', Dublin Historical Record, LII, 2, 126-137.

Joseph McMinn, 'Pastoral Properties: Swift and Gardens', The British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22, 1, 15-34.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, 'Thomas De Quincey's 'Danish Origin of the Lake Country Dialect'' Transactions of the Westmorland and Cumberland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 99, 256-65.

__________________, 'Coleridge's Liverpool Connection', Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, 4, 455-57.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Gulliver's Travels into France: Swift and the Abbé Desfontaines', Translation Ireland, 13, 4, 15-6.

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