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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 3, 2019, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-09563-6
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  • TITLE: Inventing and Regulating: the Eighteenth Century between Experiment and System edited by Robert DeMaria. Jr. and Lia Guerra
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  • Vol.: XXXII
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    • Inventing and Regulating: the Eighteenth Century between Experiment and System edited by Robert DeMaria, Jr. and Lia Guerra

    • 1. Essays on literary genres

    • Paolo Bugliani
    • Regulating the Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essay: A Poetics from The Tatler, The Spectator and The Rambler

    • pp. 13-33, DOI: 10.7370/95689
    • Riccardo Capoferro
    • The Rise of "the Novel": Naming (and Disciplining) New Fiction in Eighteenth-Century Britain

    • pp. 35-56, DOI: 10.7370/95690
    • Manuela D'Amore
    • "Judicious books enlarge the mind and improve the heart": Literature in Women’s Pedagogical Writings in Late Enlightenment England

    • pp. 73-93, DOI: 10.7370/95692
    • 2. Transition: Essays on literary performances

    • Silvia Spera
    • "Odi et Amo": Shakespearean Supernatural Dimensions on the Eighteenth-Century Stage

    • pp. 95-115, DOI: 10.7370/95693
    • 3. Science and Society

    • Silvia Granata
    • Joseph Priestley and the Fate of Eudiometry: Debates on Method, Progress, and the Politics of Science

    • pp. 135-152, DOI: 10.7370/95695
    • Chiara Rolli
    • Parliamentary Emotions: Edmund Burke’s Experiment against a Monstrous Imperial System

    • pp. 153-171, DOI: 10.7370/95696
    • Gioia Angeletti
    • Resistance and Experimentation: The Ladies of Llangollen and Enlightenment Ideas of Progress and Improvement

    • pp. 173-193, DOI: 10.7370/95697