Issue 5.1 | Fall 2013 |
ISSN 1948-1802 (online)

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EdiTorial Staff

Katherine Ellison &
Holly Faith Nelson, Co-Editors
Nicholas Seager, Book Review Editor

Design Staff

Katherine Ellison


 

 






 

 

Defoe as Public Intellectual

Daniel Defoe and the Scottish Church

Holly Faith Nelson and Sharon Alker

Swallows and Hounds: Defoe's Thinking Animals

Stephen H. Gregg

Imaginary Voyages in Serious Reflections and A Vision of the Angelick World

Maximillian Novak

"An Incongruous Monster": Idolatrous Aesthetics in Crusoe's China

Swetha Regunathan

Modeling Public Intellectualism


Ancients and Moderns and the Public Use of Learning

Rob Hardy

The Classroom as Salon: A Collaborative Project on Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

Suzan Alteri

Spotless Minds and Cultural Memory: Teaching Future Teachers in the United States

Hilary Teynor Donatini

Literary and Commercial Exchanges in the Age of Defoe: Legacies of the "Fine Taste of Writing"

Laura Alexander

On Reciting The True Born Englishman

John Richetti

The Puppet Show Conundrum: Haywood and the "Fittest Entertainment for the Present Age"

Jonathan Sadow

NOTES

Defoe and "the Footprints of Man"

Stephen Bertman

Reviews

The Fullness of Knowing: Modernity and Postmodernity from Defoe to Gadamer, by Daniel E. Ritchie

Reviewed by Penny Pritchard

 

Defoe and the Whig Novel: A Reading of the Major Fiction, by Leon Guilhamet

Reviewed by Rachel K. Carnell

 

Robinson Crusoe, edited by Evan R. Davis for Broadview Editions

Reviewed by Benjamin F. Pauley

 

Historical Literatures: Writing About the Past in England, 1660-1740, by Noelle Gallagher

Reviewed by Rebecca Bullard

 

Children's Literature, Popular Culture, and "Robinson Crusoe", by Andrew O'Malley

Reviewed by Jackie C. Horne

 

Enlightenment Orientalism: Resisting the Rise of the Novel, by Srinivas Aravamudan

Reviewed by Nicole Horejsi

 


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