List of Entries

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D
  5. E
  6. F
  7. G
  8. H
  9. I
  10. J
  11. K
  12. L
  13. M
  14. N
  15. O
  16. P
  17. Q
  18. R
  19. S
  20. T
  21. U
  22. V
  23. W
  24. X
  25. Y
  26. Z

A

  • Abridgments
  • Adaptation
  • Addison, Joseph
  • Aesthetics
  • Africa, Representations of
  • Afterpieces
  • Age
  • Akenside, Mark
  • Amatory Fiction
  • America, Central and South, Representations of
  • Anglicanism
  • Animals
  • Annotation
  • Arbuckle, James
  • Architecture
  • Aubin, Penelope
  • Audience, Theater
  • Augustan Drama

B

  • Bage, Robert
  • Baillie, Joanna
  • Ballad
  • Banks, John
  • Barbauld, Anna Laetitia
  • Barber, Mary
  • Barker, Jane
  • Beattie, James
  • Behn, Aphra
  • Bennett, Anna Maria
  • Bentley, Richard (playwright)
  • Bentley, Richard (scholar)
  • Bickerstaff, Isaac
  • Biography
  • Blackmore, Sir Richard
  • Blair, Hugh
  • Blair, Robert
  • Blank Verse Controversy
  • Bluestockings
  • Book Production
  • Boswell, James
  • Bowles, William Lisle
  • Boyse, Samuel
  • Britain
  • Brooke, Frances
  • Brooke, Henry
  • Bullock, Christopher
  • Bunyan, John
  • Burke, Edmund
  • Burlesque
  • Burney, Frances
  • Burns, Robert
  • Butler, Samuel
  • Bysshe, Edward

C

  • Canon
  • Caribbean, Representations of the
  • Carter, Elizabeth
  • Catholicism
  • Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle
  • Centlivre, Susanna
  • Character
  • Charity
  • Chatterton, Thomas
  • Chetwood, William Rufus
  • Children's Literature
  • Chudleigh, Lady Mary
  • Churchill, Charles
  • Cibber, Colley
  • Cibber, Theophilus
  • Circulating Libraries viii alphabetical list of entries
  • Classicism, in Drama
  • Cleland, John
  • Clubs and Coffeehouses
  • Cobb, Samuel
  • Coffey, Charles
  • Collier, Jeremy
  • Collier, Mary
  • Collins, William
  • Colman, George, the Younger
  • Combe, William
  • Comedy
  • Congreve, William
  • Continental Sources of Criticism
  • Couplet
  • Cowley, Abraham
  • Cowley, Hannah
  • Cowper, William
  • Crabbe, George
  • Criticism, Idea of
  • Criticism and Philosophy
  • Criticism, Social Aspects of
  • Criticism and the Sublime
  • Criticism and Sympathy
  • Cross-Dressing
  • Crowne, John
  • Cumberland, Richard

D

  • Dance in Drama
  • Davenant, Sir William
  • Davys, Mary
  • Decorum
  • Defoe, Daniel
  • Denham, Sir John
  • Dennis, John
  • Didacticism
  • Dodsley, Robert
  • Domesticity
  • Dress
  • Dryden, John
  • Duck, Stephen
  • Dueling
  • D'Urfey, Thomas
  • Dyer, John

E

  • Eclogue
  • Egerton, Sarah Fyge
  • Elegy
  • Empire and Colonialism
  • Epistolary Criticism
  • Epistolary Novels
  • Equiano, Olaudah
  • Etherege, George

F

  • Farquhar, George
  • Fathers and Father Figures
  • Female Authorship
  • Fergusson, Robert
  • Fielding, Henry
  • Fielding, Sarah
  • Finch, Anne
  • Foote, Samuel

G

  • Garrick, David
  • Gay, John
  • Genius
  • Georgian Drama
  • Georgic
  • Gerard, Alexander
  • Gibbes, Phebe
  • Gildon, Charles
  • Goadby, Robert
  • Goldsmith, Oliver
  • Grainger, James
  • Grand Tour
  • Graphic Design, of Novels
  • Gray, Thomas

H

  • Hamilton, Lady Mary Walker
  • Harlequinade
  • Hayley, William
  • Haywood, Eliza
  • Heroic Drama
  • Hervey, Lord John
  • Hill, Aaron
  • Hoadly, Benjamin
  • Hogarth, William
  • Holcroft, Thomas
  • Home, John
  • Homosexuality
  • Hurd, Richard
  • Hutchinson, Lucy

I

  • Illness
  • Illustration
  • Imitation
  • Inchbald, Elizabeth
  • India, Representations of
  • Intellectual Property
  • Alphabetical list of entries ix
  • Intertextuality
  • Ireland, Representations of

J

  • Johnson, Charles
  • Johnson, Samuel
  • Johnstone, Charles
  • Jones, Sir William
  • Judaism and Jewishness

K

  • Kames, Lord Henry Home
  • Kelly, Hugh
  • Kimber, Edward
  • Kit-Cat Club

L

  • Laboring-Class Poetry
  • Langhorne, John
  • Latin Verse
  • Lauder, William
  • Law and Courts
  • Law and Criticism
  • Leapor, Mary
  • Lee, Nathaniel
  • Lennox, Charlotte
  • Licensing Act
  • Life Narratives: Conversion Narrative
  • Life Narratives: Memoir
  • Lillo, George
  • Lloyd, Robert
  • London in the Novel
  • Longinus
  • Lyttelton, George

M

  • Mackenzie, Henry
  • Macklin, Charles
  • Macpherson, James
  • Mallet, David
  • Malone, Edmond
  • Manley, Delarivier
  • Marriage
  • Marvell, Andrew
  • Masculinity
  • Mason, William
  • Masquerade
  • Melodrama
  • Milton, John
  • Minifie, Margaret and Susannah
  • Miscellanies
  • Mock-Epic
  • Monarchy
  • Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley
  • Moore, Edward
  • Mothers and Mother Figures
  • Murphy, Arthur

N

  • Narration and Narrators
  • Nationalism
  • Nonsense Club, The
  • Novel, Criticism of

O

  • Object Narratives
  • Ode
  • Ogilby, John
  • O'Keeffe, John
  • Oldham, John
  • Oriental Tale
  • Otway, Thomas

P

  • Paltock, Robert
  • Pamela as a Publishing
  • Phenomenon
  • Parnell, Thomas
  • Pastoral, Criticism of
  • Percy, Thomas
  • Philips, Ambrose
  • Philips, John
  • Philips, Katherine
  • Picaresque and Rogue Narratives
  • Pix, Mary
  • Pomfret, John
  • Pope, Alexander
  • Popish Plot
  • Pornography
  • Powell, George
  • Practical Criticism
  • Pratt, Samuel Jackson
  • Prefatory Criticism
  • Prior, Matthew
  • Private Theatricals
  • Prologues and Epilogues
  • Promotion and Advertising
  • Property and Law
  • Prostitution
  • Protestant Dissent
  • Pseudonymous and Anonymous
  • Publishing

Q

  • Quixotism

R

  • Race
  • Radcliffe, Ann
  • x alphabetical list of entries
  • Rakes and Libertinism
  • Ramsay, Allan
  • Rape, Representations of
  • Ravenscroft, Edward
  • Readership and Literacy
  • Realism
  • Reeve, Clara
  • Rehearsal Play
  • Restoration Drama
  • Reviewing
  • Revolution
  • Reynolds, Sir Joshua
  • Richardson, Samuel
  • Rochester, 2nd Earl of (John Wilmot)
  • Romance
  • Roscommon, 4th Earl of (Wentworth Dillon)
  • Rowe, Elizabeth Singer
  • Rowe, Nicholas
  • Rymer, Thomas

S

  • Satire
  • Savage, Richard
  • Scotland, Representations of
  • Scott, Sarah
  • Scriblerians
  • Secret History
  • Sedley, Charles
  • Sensibility
  • Sequels
  • Serial Publication
  • Settle, Elkanah
  • Seward, Anna
  • Sex, Sexuality
  • Shadwell, Thomas
  • Shaftesbury, 3rd Earl of (Anthony Ashley Cooper)
  • Shakespeare Criticism
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shebbeare, John
  • Sheffield, John, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby
  • Shenstone, William
  • Sheridan, Frances
  • Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
  • Smart, Christopher
  • Smith, Charlotte
  • Smollett, Tobias
  • Sonnet
  • Spenserian Revival
  • Staging
  • Standard Plots
  • Steele, Richard
  • Stepmothers and Stepfamilies
  • Sterne, Laurence
  • Stevens, George Alexander
  • Stockdale, Percival
  • Sublime
  • Swift, Jonathan

T

  • Taste Tate, Nahum
  • Theater Buildings
  • Theater and Commerce
  • Theater Criticism
  • Thomson, James
  • Tickell, Thomas
  • Tollet, Elizabeth
  • Town Eclogue
  • Tragedy
  • Tragicomedy
  • Transatlantic Studies
  • Transatlanticism: The Female
  • American Translation, Critical Theory of
  • Travel Narrative
  • Trotter, Catharine
  • Turkey and the Middle East, Representations of
  • Tyrwhitt, Thomas

U

  • Urban versus Rural
  • Utopian Novels

V

  • Vanbrugh, John
  • Verse Epistle
  • Villiers, George, 2nd Duke of Buckingham
  • Virginity
  • Virtue

W

  • Wales, Representations of
  • Waller, Edmund
  • Walpole, Horace
  • Warburton, William
  • Ward, Edward
  • Alphabetical list of entries xi
  • Warton, Joseph
  • Warton, Thomas
  • Watts, Isaac
  • Wesley, John and Charles
  • Wheatley, Phillis
  • Whitehead, William
  • Wolcot, John ("Peter Pindar")
  • Women Critics
  • Women, Representation of in Drama
  • Woodhouse, James
  • Wycherley, William

X

  • No Entries

Y

  • Yearsley, Ann
  • Young, Edward

Z

  • No Entries


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