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Authors: FLINT C
Citation: C. Flint, THE FAMILY PLACE, GOLDSMITH,OLIVER AND THE POLITICS OF THE EVERYDAY IN 18TH-CENTURY DOMESTIC PORTRAITURE, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 127-152

Authors: KOWALESKIWALLACE B
Citation: B. Kowaleskiwallace, WOMEN, CHINA, AND CONSUMER CULTURE IN 18TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 153-167

Authors: RABUZZI DA
Citation: Da. Rabuzzi, 18TH-CENTURY COMMERCIAL MENTALITIES AS REFLECTED AND PROJECTED IN BUSINESS HANDBOOKS, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 169-189

Authors: DENMAN K
Citation: K. Denman, RECOVERING FRATERNITE IN THE WORKS OF ROUSSEAU,JEAN-JACQUES LOST BROTHER, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 191-210

Authors: PLAX JA
Citation: Ja. Plax, INTRODUCTION TO WORK, LEISURE AND ART IN THE 18TH-CENTURY, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 211-213

Authors: CLEMENTS C
Citation: C. Clements, NOBLE LIBERALITY AND SPECULATIVE INDUSTRY IN EARLY 18TH-CENTURY PARIS- COYPEL,CHARLES, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 213-218

Authors: MCCLELLAN A
Citation: A. Mcclellan, GERSAINT,EDME AND THE MARKETING OF ART IN 18TH-CENTURY PARIS, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 218-222

Authors: RADISICH PR
Citation: Pr. Radisich, DECONSTRUCTING DISSIPATION + DIDEROT 1771 SALON CRITICISM OF THE LACKOF FINISH IN ROBERT EXHIBITED WORK, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 222-225

Authors: ROWORTH WW
Citation: Ww. Roworth, PAINTING FOR PROFIT AND PLEASURE, KAUFFMAN,ANGELICA AND THE ART BUSINESS IN ROME, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 225-228

Authors: DUGAW D
Citation: D. Dugaw, SONOROUS SCIENCE AND THE BARITONE BRIDE, MUSIC AND CONTEXT MATTER - AREVIEW-ESSAY, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 229-234

Authors: THADDEUS J
Citation: J. Thaddeus, WOMEN WRITING ABOUT MONEY, WOMENS FICTION IN ENGLAND, 1790-1820 - COPELAND,E, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 235-237

Authors: THADDEUS JF
Citation: Jf. Thaddeus, EQUIVOCAL BEINGS POLITICS, GENDER, AND SENTIMENTALITY IN THE 1790S - WOLLSTONECRAFT, RADCLIFFE, BURNEY, AUSTEN - JOHNSON,CL, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 235-237

Authors: CLEARY R
Citation: R. Cleary, SYMBOLIC SPACE, FRENCH ENLIGHTENMENT ARCHITECTURE AND ITS LEGACY - ETLIN,R, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 237-238

Authors: MCGOWAN R
Citation: R. Mcgowan, THE HANGING TREE, EXECUTION AND THE ENGLISH PEOPLE 1770-1868 - GATRELL,VAC, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 238-239

Authors: VIDLER A
Citation: A. Vidler, FRENCH ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS IN THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT - PICON,A, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(2), 1995, pp. 240-242

Authors: GOODMAN D
Citation: D. Goodman, THE PUBLIC AND THE NATION -CENTURY CULTURE - INTRODUCTION( 18TH), Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 1-4

Authors: LAVOPA AJ
Citation: Aj. Lavopa, HERDER PUBLIKUM - LANGUAGE, PRINT, AND SOCIABILITY IN 18TH-CENTURY GERMANY, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 5-24

Authors: SMITH D
Citation: D. Smith, FREEMASONRY AND THE PUBLIC IN 18TH-CENTURY RUSSIA, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 25-44

Authors: LAUGERO G
Citation: G. Laugero, INFRASTRUCTURES OF ENLIGHTENMENT - ROAD-MAKING, THE PUBLIC-SHERE, ANDTHE EMERGENCE OF LITERATURE, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 45-67

Authors: WILSON K
Citation: K. Wilson, CITIZENSHIP, EMPIRE, AND MODERNITY IN THE ENGLISH PROVINCES, C.1720-1790, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 69-96

Authors: KLEIN LE
Citation: Le. Klein, GENDER AND THE PUBLIC PRIVATE DISTINCTION IN THE 18TH-CENTURY - SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT EVIDENCE AND ANALYTIC PROCEDURE/, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 97-109

Authors: ORESKO R
Citation: R. Oresko, THE UTILITY OF SPLENDOR - CEREMONY, SOCIAL-LIFE AND ARCHITECTURE AT THE COURT OF BAVARIA, 1600-1800 - KLINGENSMITH,SJ, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 111-112

Authors: SCHINDLER SK
Citation: Sk. Schindler, BODY AND TEXT IN THE 18TH-CENTURY - KELLY,V, VONMUCKE,DE, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 112-114

Authors: SCHINDLER SK
Citation: Sk. Schindler, THE INVENTION OF PORNOGRAPHY - OBSCENITY AND THE ORIGINS OF MODERNITY, 1500-1800 - HUNT,L, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 112-114

Authors: GUERRINI A
Citation: A. Guerrini, THE LURE OF THE SEA - CORBIN,A, Eighteenth-century studies, 29(1), 1995, pp. 114-115
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