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The Oxford Handbook of Eighteenth-Century Satire

Bullard, Paddy (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2019/09
719 p. 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198727835
KCN: 1034186827
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KDC: B234 イギリス・18世紀
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The Oxford Handbook of Eighteenth-Century Satire reflects developments in historical criticism of eighteenth-century writing over the last two decades, and provides a forum in which the widening diversity of literary, intellectual, and socio-historical approaches to the period's texts can come together.

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This handbook is a guide to the kinds of satire written in English during the 'long' eighteenth century and it focuses on texts that appeared between the restoration of the Stuart monarchy in 1660 and the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789.
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Table of Contents

1: Paddy Bullard: Describing Eighteenth-Century British Satire PART I: SATIRICAL ALIGNMENTS 2: Judith Hawley: Corporate Acts of Satire 3: Marcus Walsh: Against Hypocrisy and Dissent 4: George Southcombe: The Satire of Dissent 5: Claudine Van Hensbergen: The Female Wits: Gender, Satire, and Drama 6: David O'Shaughnessy: National Identity and Satire 7: Adam Rounce: Banter, Nonsense, and Irony: Churchill and his Circle 8: Robert W. Jones: Foxite Satire: Politics, Print, and Celebrity PART II: SATIRICAL INHERITANCES 9: Nicholas Mcdowell: The Double Personality of Lucianic Satire from Dryden to Fielding 10: Matthew C. Augustine: The Invention of Dryden as Satirist 11: Kristine Louise Haugen: Alexander Pope and the Philosophical Horace 12: Daniel Carey: Swift, Gulliver, and Travel Satire 13: Sophie Gee: Believing and Unbelieving in The Dunciad 14: Matthew Scott: Augustan Romantics PART III: SATIRICAL MODES 15: Paul Baines: Mixing It: Satire in the Miscellanies, 1680-1732 16: Gillian Wright: Fable and Allegory 17: Bonnie Latimer: Burlesque and Travesty: Pope's Early Satires 18: Jesse Molesworth: Graphic Satire: Hogarth and Gillray 19: Jonathan Lamb: Romance, Satire, and the Exploitation of Disorder 20: Ros Ballaster: Dramatic Satire 21: David Francis Taylor: The Practice of Parody PART IV: SATIRICAL OBJECTS 22: Sean Silver: Satirical Objects 23: Gregory Lynall: Science and Satire 24: Paddy Bullard: Against the Experts: Swift and Political Satire 25: Helen Deutsch: The Body of Thersites: Misanthropy and Violence 26: Louise Curran: Self-Portraiture 27: Melinda Alliker Rabb: 'Little Snarling Lapdogs': Satire and Domesticity PART V: SATIRICAL ACTIONS 28: Ashley Marshall: Thinking about Satire 29: Kate Loveman: Epigram and Spontaneous Wit 30: John McTague: Satire as Event 31: Joseph Hone: Legal Constraints, Libellous Evasions 32: Alexis Tadie: Quarrelling 33: Jill Campbell: Sexing Satire 34: Lawrence E. Klein: Ridicule as a Tool for Discovering Truth PART VI: SATIRICAL TRANSITIONS 35: James Fowler: Moralizing Satire: Cross-Channel Perspectives 36: Jennie Batchelor: Pamela and the Satirists: The Case for Eliza Haywood's Anti-Pamela 37: Peter Robinson: The Edge of Satire: Post-Mortem and other Effects 38: Lynn Festa: Satire to Sentiment: Mixing Modes in the Later Eighteenth-Century British Novel 39: Jon Mee: Satire in the Age of the French Revolution 40: Carolyn Steedman: Out of Somerset: Or, Satire in Metropolis and Province 41: Clare Bucknell: Satire, Morality, and Criticism, 1930-1965