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General Resources in Restoration & 18th-C. Lit.
18th-Century Studies Resources (Geoffrey Sauer / 18th-Century Studies Group, Carnegie Mellon U.)
18th Century English Novel Research Guide (West Virginia U. Libraries)
The Anthologies and Miscellanies Page (tables of contents of 18th- and 19th-century British literary anthologies, miscellanies, and "beauties" of historical relevance to the canon debate; includes discussion of
Augustan Satire: An Annotated Bibliography (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Texts Pertaining to the Study of English in Eighteenth-Century Great Britain (Carole Meyers, Emory U. / Georgia Tech)
British Poetry 1780-1910: a Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Chadwyck-Healey: Eighteenth-Century Fiction (prospectus for CD-ROM resource)
Dictionary of Sensibility (project developed in Jerome J. McGann and Patricia Meyer Spacks's U. Virginia course on "The Novel of Sensibility"; includes extensive glosses on terms of the period, critical apparatus, and many illustrative excerpts from literary and other relevant texts)
Eighteenth-Century Resources (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Homepage of 18th-C. Resources 
18th-C. Resources: Art, Architecture, Landscape Gardening, &c.; 
18th-C. Resources: History 
Home Pages of People Working on the 18th Century 
18th-C. Resources: Literature 
18th-C. Resources: Music 
18th-C. Resources: Other Fields 
18th-C. Resources: Philosophy 
18th-C. Resources: Professional Resources and Journals 
18th-C. Resources: Religion & Theology 
18th-C. Resources: Science & Mathematics 
English Culture, 1660-1830 (links relating to business, clubs, societies, periodicals customs, games, new plants, foods, and people of the period) (Cathy Decker)
English Server: Eighteenth-Century Studies Page (Carnegie Mellon U.)
The Gothic: Materials for Study (texts, articles and bibliography, arranged by subject) (U. Virginia)
Historical Outline for Restoration & 18th-Century British Literature (chronology of historical events and publications in Britain during the period 1642-1820) (Alok Yadav, George Mason U.)
History And Development Of Prose Style (John F. Tinkler, Towson State U., Maryland)
Early 18th C. 
Late 18th C. 
Ian's English Calendar (dating resource for students of English history and literature: "converts between old and new style dates, calculates day of the week, British regnal years, and the date of Easter and other moveable religious holidays") (Ian McInnes, Albi
International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (in French)
Internet Library of Early Journals (digitized 20-year runs of six 18th and 19th-century British journals: Gentleman's Magazine, Annual Register, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Notes and Queries, The Builder, and Blackwood's Edin
The Invitation To A Funeral Tour: A Free-Style Jaunt Around Restoration London Inspired by the Novel Invitation to a Funeral (Molly Brown's site accompanying her recently-published "historical whodunnit set in London during the reign of Charles II, featuring a number of real life characters such as Aphra Behn, Nell Gwyn, and John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester"; site
Leeds Database of Manuscript English Verse (BCMSV) ("contains detailed information about the individual items of English verse contained in the 17th and 18th-century manuscripts belonging to Leeds University Library") (Oliver Pickering)
Roger Lonsdale, ed., Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: An Oxford Anthology (1989, 1990) (table of contents of the anthology) (Romantic Circles: Anthologies Page)
The Period Pages Project (resources on writers in four periods: Medieval, Renaissance, Restoration and Eighteenth century, and Victorian) (U. Windsor graduate and undergraduate students)
Shameless Scribblers (Set Of Pages With Brief Bios Of Women Authors Writing In English, Mostly From The 18Th And 19Th Centuries; The Bios Are From The 1911 Encyclopedia Brittanica) (The Write Page)
Diplomats, Diarists and Gossips 
More Shameless Scribblers 
Reformers, Missionaries and Do-gooders 
Shameless Scribblers 
Shameless Scribblers: Part III 
UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies 
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA) 
The World of London Theatre, 1660-1800
Homepage (Patricia Craddock & students, U. Florida) (under construction)
Contemporary Descriptions of London Life (excerpts)
London Theatre People, 1660-1800 (brief bios with links to a timeline)
Map of Theatre District 
Pictures Relevant to Theatre of the Period 
A Table of Seventeenth Century Actresses 
Theatre Sites 
Timeline 
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Authors and Works
Joseph Addison
"An Account of the Greatest English Poets" (1694) (Laura Mandell, Miami U., Ohio)
The Latin Prose and Poetry of Joseph Addison: A Hypertext Edition (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
Spectator Project at CETH (homepage for complete Tatler and Spectator online) (Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, Alexander Library, Rutgers U.)
Anna Laetitia (Aikin) Barbauld
General Resources
Barbauld Page (biography, selections, bibliography) (Celebration of Women Writers, U. Penn)
Barbauld Web Site ("The purpose of the project is to take a small number of Anna Barbauld's poems and to investigate how the medium of hypertext might be used to place a work within its literary, historical, cultural, and political contexts. Above all, we wish to tran
Anna Barbauld: A Brief Chronology  (Romantic Circles)
Selected Bibliography: Anna Letitia Barbauld (Daniel E. White, U. Toronto)
Poetry
Barbauld Page (The Poetry Archives)
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, A Poem (British Women Romantic Poets)
Poems by Anna Lætitia Barbauld  (Poemhunter.com)
Poems (1773) by Anna Lætitia Aikin: A Hypertext Edition ("presents a faithful color facsimile of the first edition and text versions of the poems") (Romantic Circles)
Selected Poetry of Anna Lætitia Barbauld  (U. Toronto)
Selections (Digital Library, U. Penn)
Prose
Prose Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld (Molly Beverstein and Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
The Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, with a Memoir by Lucy Aikin (1825) (Barbara Smith, U. Virginia)
James Beattie, Selected Poetry of James Beattie (1735-1803) (U. Toronto)
William Beckford
The Beckfordiana Website site for the online study of the life and works of William Beckford of Fonthill, 1760-1844; includes resources on Fonthill Abbey (Dick Claésson)
3D Model of Beckford's Fonthill Abbey ("attempt to recreate the building, using 3D modelling techniques") (Mike Harrisson)
Aphra Behn
General Resources
Aphra Behn Page (The Poetry Archives)
Aphra Behn Society (Carole Meyers, Emory U.)
Aphra Behn Page [Show]
Writings
An Annotated Bibliography on Aphra Behn's Oroonoko (annotated) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
The City Heiress (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Oroonoko; or, The Royal Slave (Terri Palmer for the English Server)
The Rover or, the Banish'd Cavaliers (1677) (English Server, Carnegie Mellon U.)
The Unfortunate Happy Lady: A True History (Henry Churchyard, U. Texas, Austin)
Criticism
Blenheim Palace (Camelot International)
James Boswell
Life of Johnson (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Sons of Ayrshire: James Boswell & Robert Burns (Tom Kinsella, Richard Stockton C.)
Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell 
British Deism and Free Thought (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford Univ.) (in French) (temporarily unavailable)
Frances Brooke
Frances Brooke (brief bio) (The Write Page)
Frances "Fanny" Burney
Dr. Johnson and Fanny Burney (TEI-conformant, based on 1912 edition by Chauncy Brewster Tinker) (Jamie L. Spriggs/U. Virginia)
A Study Guide to Frances Burney's Cecilia (Cathy Decker)
Works by Fanny Burney (bibliography) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Elizabeth Carter
Elizabeth Carter (brief bio) (The Write Page)
Selected Poems (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
Thomas Chatterton Selected Poems of Thomas Chatterton (Representative Poetry Online) (U. Toronto)
John Cleland
Fanny Hill: Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (downloadable file of book; last half of book requires a small fee for a password to get past the "read lock") (Omnimedia Electronic Publishing)
Fanny Hill, or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (Geoffrey Sauer, Carnegie Mellon U.)
William Collins
"Ode on the Poetical Character" (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems of William Collins (U. Toronto)
William Congreve
The Double Dealer: A Comedy (Project Gutenberg)
Love for Love: A Comedy (Project Gutenberg)
The Old Bachelor: A Comedy (Project Gutenberg)
The Way of the World (Project Gutenberg)
William Cowper
General Resources
The Cowper and Newton Museum (Olney, Buckinghamshire, UK) 
Criticism
Andrew Elfenbein (U. Minnesota), "Stricken Deer: Secrecy, Homophobia, and the Rise of the Suburban Man" (1998) (wide-ranging essay that includes a sustained discussion of Willam Cowper) (Genders)
Tim Fulford (Nottingham Trent U.), "Cowper, Wordsworth, Clare: The Politics of Trees" (1995) 
Writings
"The Castaway" (U. Toronto)
"The Retired Cat" (U. Toronto)
Selected Olney Hymns (Stuart Curran, U. penn)
Selected Poetry (includes parts of The Task) (U. Toronto)
"The Snail" 
The Task (Book 1 -- The Sofa) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
"To Mary" (U. Toronto)
Erasmus Darwin
Thomas E. Hart, "Erasmus Darwin" (Victorian Web)
The Temple of Nature (excerpt) 
Daniel Defoe
Homepage (brief bio) (Kuusankosken kaupunginkirjasto)
"A Relation of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal" (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Robinson Crusoe (Bibliomania)
John Dennis, "The Grounds of Criticism in Poetry" (U. Toronto)
John Dryden
John Dryden Page (The Poetry Archives)
"Mac Flecknoe" (U. Toronto)
"Of Dramatic Poesie" (U. Toronto)
Selected Poetry of John Dryden (U. Toronto)
Henry Fielding
Tom Jones (Virginia Tech)
John Unsworth (U. Virginia), "Tom Jones: The Comedy of Knowledge" -1987
Anne Finch (Countess Of Winchilsea),
"The Petition for an Absolute Retreat" (U. Toronto)
Poems from Anne Finch Etext (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
"The Tree" (U. Toronto)
John Gay
The Beggar's Opera (excerpts) (U. Toronto)
John Gay (The Poetry Archives)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
The Shepherd's Week (excerpts) (U. Toronto)
Edward Gibbon
Essai sur l'étude de la littérature (Guido Abbattista / Electronic Library of Historiography)
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol. 1 (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
Oliver Goldsmith
The Citizen of the World (selections) (Patricia Craddock, U. Florida)
"The Deserted Village" (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
"The Deserted Village" (U. Toronto)
"An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog" (U. Virginia)
"Retaliation: A Poem" (The Poetry Archives)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
She Stoops to Conquer (Project Gutenberg)
"Sweet Auburn" and "The Village Schoolmaster" (Benown House B&B)
The Vicar of Wakefield (U. Virginia)
Thomas Gray
The Thomas Gray Archive (searchable e-texts with commentary and concordance, and Materials section with bibliography, chronology, and more (Alexander Huber, Oxford U.)
"The Bard: A Pindaric Ode" (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
"An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" (with questions from Hugh Kenner, The Art of Poetry) (Seamus Cooney)
"Elegy Written in a Country Church-yard" (Virginia Tech)
"On the Death of Mr. Richard West" (Sonnet Central)
"The Progress of Poesy: A Pindaric Ode" (U. Toronto)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Thomas Gray Page (The Poetry Archives)
Frances Greville, "A Prayer for Indifference" (1750s) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
Sir Matthew Hale, A Discourse Touching Provision for the Poor (1683) 
Eliza Haywood
Chronology (Catherine Ingrassia, Virginia Commonwealth U.)
Select Bibliography (Catherine Ingrassia, Virginia Commonwealth U.)
Selected Bibliography: Eliza Haywood (1693-1756) (Jessica Smith and Paula Backsheider, Auburn U.)
William Hogarth (see also Hogarth on Art page)
The Analysis of Beauty (indexed, searchable transcription) (History of Art, Film and Visual Media Dept., Birbeck C., U. London)
Samuel Johnson
General Resources on Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson Web Resources (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Samuel Johnson Sound Bite Page ("the most comprehensive collection of Samuel Johnson quotes on the web") (Frank Lynch)
Criticism
The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual (Paul J. Korshin & Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Nelson Hilton (U. Georgia), "Restless Wrestling: Johnson's Rasselas" (1995) (chapter from Hilton's book, Lexis Complexes: Literary Interventions)
Jack Lynch (Rutgers U.), "Studied Barbarity: Johnson, Spenser, and Literary Progress" 
Poetry
"Drury-lane Prologue Spoken by Mr. Garrick" (The Poetry Archives)
"London" (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
"On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet" (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Proposed Hypertext Edition of Samuel Johnson's Imitations of Juvenal (parallel-text presentation of Johnson and Juvenal) (Matthew M. Davis, U. Virginia)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
"Vanity of Human Wishes" (1749) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
"Vanity of Human Wishes" (1755) (U. Penn)
Prose
The Idler [Show]
Johnson's Last Will and Testament (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Lives Of The Poets [Show]
"The Plan of an English Dictionary" (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Prayers and Meditations (selections) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
"Preface" to his Edition of Shakespeare's Plays (U. Toronto)
The Rambler and the Adventurer (selections) (U. Virginia)
Rambler, No. 4. 31 March 1750 (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Rasselas (HTML version) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
"Review of Soame Jenyns, A Free Enquiry into the Nature and Origin of Evil" (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Mary Lady Chudleigh, "The Ladies Defence: or, A Dialogue between Sir John Brute, Sir William Loveall, Melissa, and a Parson" 
The Poems of Mary Leapor
Homepage of The Poems of Mary Leapor (Laura Mandell, Miami U., Ohio)
"Crumble-Hall" 
Poems Upons Several Occasions, vol. I (1748) and II (1751) 
The London Gazette (selected online issues of the Restoration-era gazette) (Electronic Historical Publications)
James Macpherson ("Ossian")
Fragments of Ancient Poetry, Collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and Translated from the Gaelic or Erse Language (1761) (HyperEpos: Epic on the Internet)
Mark Akenside Page (The Poetry Archives)
William Mason, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
John Newton, "Faith's Review and Expectation (Amazing Grace)" (The Poetry Archives)
Samuel Pepys
Pepys Page 
Pepys Page 
Thomas Percy (U. Toronto)
Alexander Pope
General Resources
Alexander Pope Page (The Poetry Archives)
Poetry
The Dunciad [Show]
"Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot" (U. Toronto)
"Epistle to a Lady" (U. Toronto)
"Epistle to Burlington" (U. Toronto)
Essay On Man In Four Epistles [Show]
E-Texts at U Penn (gopher)
Essay on Criticism: I ,
The Rape Of The Lock [Show]
Selected Prose and Poetry of Alexander Pope (U. Toronto)
Prose
"Preface" to his Translation of Homer's Iliad (U. Toronto)
Sir Uvedale Price, "On the Picturesque" (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
The Matthew Prior Project (database presenting "a calendar of nearly 3000 letters by and to Matthew Prior," including "personal and official letters between Prior and 283 named correspondents") (H. Bunker Wright, Richard B. Kline, Deborah Kempf Wright, and Miami University Libraries)
Allan Ramsay (small selection of poems) (The Poetry Archives)
Clara Reeve Preface to 2nd Edition, Old English Baron (1778) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Samuel Richardson
Susanne McCracken, Pamela: Economy, The Novel, & Women (hypertext project for Laura Mandell's course at Miami U., Ohio; includes annotated bibliographies of secondary literature)
The Novel: Criticisms of Pamela (summaries of critical literature on the novel) (Susanne McCracken)
Gregory M. Weight (U. Delaware), "'No Longer What I Was in Any One Thing': Clarissa's Papers, Écriture Féminine, and Hypertext" (hypertext essay)
Robert Burns (on English Romanticism page)
Earl Of Rochester (John Wilmot)
Rochester Page (poems and brief bio) (Mark Ynys-Mon)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (wlink to full text; links to other articles; ithin the Documenting the American South site) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Frances Sheridan, Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (U. Michigan)
Richard Brinsley Sheridan Selected Poems (Representative Poetry Online) (U. Toronto)
Sir Joshua Reynolds (on Art page)
Christopher Smart Selected Poetry (Representative Poetry Online) (U. Toronto)
Sonnets by Gray, Bowles, Coleridge, Keats, Robinson, Smith, Williams, Wordsworth (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Spectator Project at CETH (homepage for complete Tatler and Spectator online) (Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, Alexander Library, Rutgers U.)
Laurence Sterne
The Electronic Labyrinth: Tristram Shandy (short page with links on Sterne; of interest because the intent of the overall Electronic Labyrinth site is to position contemporary hypertext design and philosophy in relation to precedents in past literature)
A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy (Richard Bear, U. Oregon)
Tristram Shandy: An Annotated Bibliography (annotated) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Tristram Shandy Web (facsimile reproduction of Tristram Shandy, with bibliography and links)(IULM University, Milan)
Vienna Web (unique metapage of philosophy online resources organized along a backbone of quotations from Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy) (U. Vienna Philosophy Dept.)
Jonathan Swift
Criticism
Russell A. Hunt (St. Thomas U.), "Modes of Reading, and Modes of Reading Swift" 
Matthew Levy (U. Texas, Arlington), "Gulliver's Historico-Tropological Journey, or Measurement, Irony and the Grotesque in Gulliver's Travels" 
"Description of a City Shower" (U. Penn)
"Description of the Morning" (U. Penn)
E-Texts at U Penn 
Gulliver'S Travels
Gulliver's Travels Page (includes the text of the work and critical apparatus; also includes other Swift materials) (Lee Jaffe)
Gulliver's Travels (UPenn gopher)
Gulliver's Travels (Virginia Tech)
A Modest Proposal
A Modest Proposal (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
A Modest Proposal (Project Gutenberg)
A Modest Proposal (Virginia Tech)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
"Stella's Birthday" (U. Penn)
A Tale of a Tub (Deep Singh)
James Thomson (U. Toronto)
Visits to Bedlam (illustrative text excerpts from the period) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Joseph Warton, "Ode to Fancy" (U. Toronto)
John Wesley
General Resources
John Wesley: Holiness of Heart and Life (Charles Yrigoyen, Jr.)
Writings
A Collection of Hymns, for the Use of the People Called Methodists (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
Sermons on Several Occasions (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
Edward Young, "Conjectures on Original Composition" (U. Toronto)
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Cultural and Historical Contexts
Captain James Cook The Endeavour Journal, 1768-1771 (full text, teacher resources, and more) (National Lobrary of Australia)
Molly Brown, The Invitation To A Funeral Tour: A Free-Style Jaunt Around Restoration London Inspired by the Novel Invitation to a Funeral (site accompanying Brown's recently-published "historical whodunnit set in London during the reign of Charles II, featuring a number of real life characters such as Aphra Behn, Nell Gwyn, and John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester"; site includes
The Bubble Project ("a collaborative and interdisciplinary research initiative on the subject of the South Sea Bubble, or first great stock-market crash of 1720") (David McNeil, Dalhousie U.)
Dictionary of Sensibility (project developed in Jerome J. McGann and Patricia Meyer Spacks's U. Virginia course on "The Novel of Sensibility"; includes extensive glosses on terms of the period, critical apparatus, and many illustrative excerpts from literary and other relevant texts)
The Gothic: Materials for Study (texts, articles and bibliography, arranged by subject) (U. Virginia)
William Hogarth (on Art page)
David Hume [Show]
John Locke [Show]
The London Gazette (selected online issues of the Restoration-era gazette) (Electronic Historical Publications)
The New Child: British Art & the Origins of Modern Childhood, 1730-1830 (1995 exhibition at the U. Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, UC Berkeley; James Steward, Curator)
Restoration: Politics (background page with links to accompany the film with Sam Neill as Charles II) (Miramax Films / Open Book Systems)
Restoration: Medicine (background page with links to accompany the film with Sam Neill as Charles II) (Miramax Films / Open Book Systems)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (wlink to full text; links to other articles; ithin the Documenting the American South site) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Earl of Shaftesbury [Show]
Sir Robert Walpole: Photo 
Stanford Seminar on Enlightenment and Revolution (faculty/student research group, lectures, conferences) (Michael Marrinan)
The World of London Theatre, 1660-1800
Homepage (Patricia Craddock & students, U. Florida) (under construction)
Contemporary Descriptions of London Life (excerpts)
London Theatre People, 1660-1800 (brief bios with links to a timeline)
Map of Theatre District 
Pictures Relevant to Theatre of the Period 
A Table of Seventeenth Century Actresses 
Theatre Sites 
Timeline 
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Course Syllabi
Homepage (on English Courses page)
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Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
Jack Lynch (Rutgers U.), "Preventing Play: Annotating the Battle of the Books" 
Carole Meyers (Emory U. / Georgia Tech), " 'Language is the Dress of Thought': Stylistic Literacies and Social Categories in Eighteenth-Century Britain" (Introduction) (introductory chapter to dissertation)
Trevor Ross (Dalhousie U.), "The Emergence of 'Literature': Making and Reading the English Canon in the Eighteenth Century" (1996) (ELH; only accessible to institutions subscribing to Project Muse)
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Journals (18th-C. British Literature)
The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 
Journals Devoted to the Eighteenth Century (multilingual list with descriptive information) (Lise Andries)
Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 
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Listservs & Newsgroups (18th-C. Literature)
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Conferences (18th-C. Literature)
Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies (GEMCS) Conference (Oct. 7-10, Coral Gables, Florida) 



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