bibliography by stariya

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									Pamela / Shamela – University of Geneva – English department
Instructor: Erzsi Kukorelly

Very select bibliography

Studies of the early novel :
Armstrong, Nancy. Desire and Domestic Fiction.
Hunter, J.P.. Before Novels
McKeon, Michael. The Origins of the Novel
Richetti, John, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Eighteenth-Century Novel
- - The English Novel in History: 1700-1780.
Warner, William B. Licensing Entertainment.
Watt, Ian. The Rise of the Novel
Biographies:
Eaves and Kimpel, Samuel Richardson.
Martin Battestin, Henry Fielding.

Critical studies
A. Book-length (this is just an infinitesimal selection of what is available)
Barchas, Janine. Graphic Design, Print Culture, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel
Batchelor, Jennie. Dress, Distress and Desire: Clothing and the Female Body in Eighteenth-
     Century Literature.
Bloom, Harold ed. Henry Fielding.
Campbell, Jill. Natural Masques: Gender and Identity in Fielding’s Plays and Novels
Gwilliam, Tassie. Samuel Richardson’s Fictions of Gender
Johnson, Maurice. Fielding’s Art of Fiction.
B. Articles: (most of these are available on MUSE or JSTORE if you have problem with access,
please contact me)
Bruckmann, Patricia Carr. „Clothes of Pamela‟s Own: Shopping at B-Hall‟. Eighteenth-Century
     Life. 25.2 (2001) 201-213.
Chartier, Roger. „Richardson, Diderot et la lectrice impatiente‟. MLN 114.4 (1999) 647-666
Jacobs, Edward H. 1999. „Buying into Classes: The Practice of Book Selection in Eighteenth-
     Century Britain‟. Eighteenth-Century Studies. 33.1. 43-64.
Klein, Lawrence E. „Gender and Public/Private Distinction in the Eighteenth-Century: Some
     Questions about Evidence and Analytic Procedure‟. Eighteenth-Century Studies. 29.1
     (1996). 97-109.
Lund, Roger D. „Augustan Burlesque and the Genesis of Joseph Andrews‟. Studies in
     Philology. 103 (Winter 2006) 88-119.
O‟Connell, Lisa. „Marriage Acts: Stages in the Transformation of Modern Nuptial Culture‟.
     Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 11.1 (1998), 68-111.
Prytula, Nina. 2002. „ “Great-Breasted and Fierce”: Fielding‟s Amazonian Heroines‟.
     Eighteenth-Century Studies. 35.2. 173-193.
Raynie, Stephen A. „Haymans and Gravelot‟s Anti-Pamela Designs for Richardson‟s Octavo
     Edition of Pamela I and II‟. Eighteenth-Century Life. 23.3 (1999) 77-93
Shuttleton, David E. „ “Pamela‟s Library”: Samuel Richardson and Dr. Cheyne‟s “Universal
     Cure”‟. Eighteenth-Century Life. 23.1 (1999) 59-79
Sussman, Charlotte. „Wonder Whether Poor Miss Sally Godfrey Be Living or Dead‟: The
     Married Woman the Rise of the Novel. Diacritics. Volume 20, issue 1. Spring 1990. 86-102
Turner, James Grantham. „Novel Panic: Picture and Performance in the Reception of
     Richardson‟s Pamela‟. Representations. 48. (Autumn 1994). 70-96.

Sources/ contemporary texts:
Mandeville, Bernard. „The Fable of the Bees‟
Locke, John. The Second Treatise of Civil Government.
Eds. Peter Sabor and Thomas Keymer. The Pamela Controversy (on reserve shelf at B.P.U.)

								
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