This "Concise Companion" presents fresh perspectives on eighteenth-century literature. It contributes to current debates in the field on subjects such as the public sphere, travel and exploration, scientific rhetoric, gender and the book trade, and historical versus literary perceptions of life on London streets. This book searches out connections between the remarkable number of new genres that appeared in the eighteenth century. It crosses conventional disciplinary lines. It demonstrates that philosophy, history, politics and social theory both influence and are influenced by literature.
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Author Biography - Cynthia Wall
Cynthia Wall is Associate Professor of English at the University of Virginia. She is the author of The Literary and Cultural Spaces of Restoration London (1998) and an editor of Pope and Defoe.