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From Sexual Liberation to Gender Trouble: Reading Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure from the 1960s to the 1990s
  • P. Sabor
  • Medicine, History
  • Eighteenth-century studies
  • 1 July 2000
If 1963, as Philip Larkin claims, was a good year for sexual intercourse, it was an annus mirabilis for John Cleland's first novel, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. Since its initial publication inExpand
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Pamela in the marketplace : literary controversy and print culture in eighteenth-century Britain and Ireland
Introduction 1. 'The selling part': publication, promotion, profits 2. Literary property and the trade in continuations 3. Counter-fictions and novel production 4. Domestic servitude and the licensedExpand
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Monday, October 2nd
Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century
Contents: Introduction, Peter Sabor and Paul Yachnin Part I Theorizing Shakespeare in the 18th Century and Beyond: 'A system of oeconomical prudence': Shakespearean character and the practice ofExpand
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Friday, August 25
Yes, Miss Burney
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August 12th Saturday