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Fri Mar 21 17:15:35 2014 UTClccn-n790666710.31Twentieth century interpretations of The rape of the lock; a collection of critical essays0.560.88The letters and papers of Sir John Hill, 1714-1775 /9877518George_Rousseaun 79066671299556Rousseau, G. S.Rousseau, G. S. 1941-Rousseau, George.Rousseau, George ProfessorRousseau, George S.Rousseau, George SebastianRousseau, George Sebastian 1941-lccn-n80082361Porter, Roy1946-2002edtlccn-n79084387Pope, Alexander1688-1744lccn-n79149073Smollett, T.(Tobias)1721-1771lccn-n50003400Nicolson, Marjorie Hope1894-1981lccn-n50033679Miller, Henry Knight1920-edtlccn-n50048047Rothstein, Ericedtlccn-n80067643Landa, Louis A.1901-lccn-n79033006AugustusEmperor of Rome63 B.C.-14 A.D.lccn-n83162750Knapp, Lewis M.(Lewis Mansfield)hnredtlccn-n82066823Boucé, Paul GabrieledtRousseau, G. S.(George Sebastian)HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographySourcesGreat BritainEnlightenmentRape of the lock (Pope, Alexander)Pope, Alexander,Mind and bodyScienceEuropeSmollett, T.--(Tobias),Literature and scienceEnglish literatureEnglish literature--Roman influencesClassicismInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Augustus,--Emperor of Rome,Sex customsGoldsmith, Oliver,GoutVerse satire, EnglishScience--HistoriographyScience--PhilosophyScience--Social aspectsCivilization, ModernProstitutionPornographyMorphology--PhilosophyHill, John,Literature and medicineLiterature, ModernNervous systemExoticism in literatureCivilizationAsiaEast and WestBritishChildren and sexSex crimesManners and customsMoral conditionsGaysHomosexualityGays--IdentityBotanistsEnglandAuthors, EnglishIntellectual lifeHumanistsLiteratureHealth--PhilosophyMedicine--PhilosophyDiseases--Social aspects194119471952195419571962196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751977197819791980198219841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200220032004200720082009201020122013201413003141390821.5PR3629ocn000114312ocn000204445ocn001851127ocn490025849ocn463909731ocn463521232ocn185767666ocn462394416ocn463526169ocn468384821ocn000018060ocn000403083ocn575365886ocn500645380ocn185284892ocn185917122ocn461539107ocn310577763ocn027706173ocn842378770ocn798285847169310ocn000018060book19690.31Rousseau, G. STwentieth century interpretations of The rape of the lock; a collection of critical essays13829ocn042854528file19890.50Rousseau, G. SThe languages of psyche mind and body in Enlightenment thought : Clark Library lectures, 1985-1986HistoryPsyche / Körper / Naturphilosophie+-+54662557059988ocn000169616book19680.56Nicolson, Marjorie Hope"This long disease, my life" : Alexander Pope and the sciencesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe authors of this book present a medical case history of the poet Alexander Pope (who suffered from many diseases throughout his life besides his well known dwarfism and hunchback). Drawing heavily upon the Correspondence for information about Pope's symptoms, they discuss his various ailments and the effect ill health had on his writing. In addition, the authors discuss the influence of his interest in astronomy science on Pope's poetic imagination as well as his interest in microscopy, geology and the building of a grotto, and physics9547ocn000114312book19700.53The Augustan milieu: essays presented to Louis A. Landa:Criticism, interpretation, etc92310ocn000204445book19710.53Tobias Smollett; bicentennial essays presented to Lewis M. KnappCriticism, interpretation, etc74913ocn001858683book19730.56Rousseau, G. SGoldsmith, the critical heritageCriticism, interpretation, etc6696ocn017481820book19880.59The Enduring legacy : Alexander Pope tercentenary essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+10353667056689ocn038853935book19980.33Porter, RoyGout : the patrician maladyHistory+-+513825558566718ocn006197049book19800.66The Ferment of knowledge : studies in the historiography of eighteenth-century scienceHistory+-+K36235670563714ocn016832821book19870.63Sexual underworlds of the EnlightenmentHistory4407ocn000404648book19700.70Rousseau, G. SOrganic form: the life of an idea3059ocn056404513book20040.79Rousseau, G. SNervous acts : essays on literature, culture, and sensibilityCriticism, interpretation, etc"Between 1965 and 2000 George Rousseau wrote a series of landmark essays about the role of the nervous system in the rise of literature and sensibility that altered the landscape of eighteenth-century studies. Now these essays have been collected for the first time. The arguments challenge thinking about the Enlightenment and reconfigure the contexts of European sensibility. Since their original publication much criticism and scholarship has been produced that engages, adopts, and expands on Rousseau's discussions. The new introductory essay surveys this fascinating cultural profile from the ancients to the moderns, and provides a personal account of what the author's quest for the past has entailed+-+88098485962969ocn020056308book19890.84Chandler, Alfred DExoticism in the enlightenmentHistory28222ocn173748944book20070.79Rousseau, G. SChildren and sexuality : from the Greeks to the Great WarHistoryChildren and Sexuality probes the hidden relations between children and sexuality in case studies from the Greeks to the Great War. The cases revived extend from Alcibiades to Lewis Carroll, from the Ancient Greeks to the Victorians, each recounted with scrupulous vigilance to detail and nuance. The authors do not blindly accept the current cant about rampant child seduction as a recent phenomenon. Nor do they collectively agree that abuse occurred historically primarily in the absence of sufficient protection of childrens' rights. They demonstrate that much scandal of the past indulged adult fantasies about adult sexuality and loss of innocence, especially the quest for possession of perfect bodies. The book is grounded in history and literature, biography and social relationships, yet also engages with current debates in literary and cultural history, and with the new history of childhood. It goes a long way toward demonstrating that considerations of children and sexuality have moved on from what they were when the American psychohistorian Lloyd deMause wrote about it a generation ago+-+61707058752579ocn124158906book20070.81Borris, KennethThe sciences of homosexuality in early modern EuropeHistoryThe Sciences of Homosexuality in Early Modern Europe investigates early modern scientific accounts of same-sex desires and the shapes they assumed in everyday life. It explores the significance of those representations and interpretations from around 1450 to 1750, long before the term homosexuality was coined and accrued its current range of cultural meanings.This collection establishes that efforts to produce scientific explanations for same-sex desires and sexual behaviours are not a modern invention, but have long been characteristic of European thought. The scienc+-+46785906952364ocn008111658book19820.88Hill, JohnThe letters and papers of Sir John Hill, 1714-1775BiographySources2009ocn051818648book20030.84Rousseau, G. SFraming and imagining disease in cultural historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcSooner or later most of us enter the kingdom of illness. Yet few understand how we translate ourselves into patients and what stories we tell ourselves about our body's maladies. Even if we knew, we harbour little sense of how we compare to the patients of the past, our doctors with theirs. In this book fourteen eminent cultural historians explore this hinterland between health and sickness, reality and fiction. Building on the work of Susan Sontag, Michel Foucault, Sander Gilman, and Roy Porter, they roam over five centuries and many countries to understand how doctors and patients constructed themselves. Included are such canonical figures as Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Thomas Mann, great English novelists, as well as dozens of minor figures - including patients and doctors - whose experiences and contributions to the debate have not yet been explored. Figures bordering on madness are probed, the hypnotized and drugged scrutinized, often in relation to their fantasy life, dreams and mesmeric states. And epidemics like cholera and tuberculosis are treated as living - almost breathing - cultural organisms. The authors conclude that the human understanding of illness always requires framing. That is, setting it within boundaries and borders: in the context of society's pressures, politic's demands, around the perimeter of language, narrative, and literary form+-+57476485961938ocn022628955book19910.86Rousseau, G. SEnlightenment borders : pre- and post-modern discourses : medical, scientificHistory1797ocn012456788book19820.76Rousseau, G. STobias Smollett : essays of two decadesCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+65884521051762ocn004582652book19780.84Lemay, J. A. LeoThe Renaissance man in the eighteenth century : papers read at a Clark Library seminar, 9 October 1976Biography+-+5466255705+-+5466255705Fri Mar 21 16:01:42 EDT 2014batch22151