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Miscellany/Mélanges


James F. Hamilton, Parallel interpretations, religious and political, of Rousseau’s Discours sur l’inégalité

R. A. Leigh, Rousseau, Voltaire and Saint-Péravy

David L. Anderson, Aspects of motif in La Nouvelle Héloïse

James F. Hamilton, A Theory of art in Rousseau’s first discourse

R. A. Leigh, New light on the genesis of the Lettres de la montagne: Rousseau’s marginalia on Tronchin

Sara Procious Maleug, Diderot’s descriptions of nature, 1759-1762

Inventory of Diderot's 'Encyclopédie'


Acknowledgements

Introduction

1. The contents of the inventory

2. Designation of categories

3. Textual problems

4. Problems of attribution

5. The problem of Diderot's articles

6. Other matters of attribution

7. The editorial material in the first eight volumes

8. Ornaments in the text

9. Editions bearing the Paris-Neufchastel imprint

10. Variants in titles and signs of attribution in the first three editions of volumes I-III

Miscellany/Mélanges


Norman Hampson and Betty Behrens, Cultural history as infrastructure

Norman Suckling, The Unfulfilled Renaissance: an essay on the fortunes of enlightened humanism in the 18th century

Charles G. Stricklen, Jr., The Philosophe's political mission: the creation of an idea, 1750-1789

Stephen Werner, Diderot's Supplément and late Enlightenment thought

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David L. Anderson, Abélard and Héloïse: eighteenth-century motif

Harriet Branson Applewhite and Darline Gay Levy, The Concept of modernization and the French Enlightenment

J. Marx, Autour des Pensées philosophiques: une lettre inédite de Georges Polier de Bottens

Ruth L. Caldwell, Structure de la Lettre sur les sourds et muets

Ronald Ian Boss, Rousseau's civil religion and the meaning of belief: an answer to Bayle's paradox

Robert M. E. De Rycke, Des Grieux's confession

The Fortunes of Pope's 'Essay on man' in 18th-century France


Preface

Introduction

I. Background to the Du Resnel and Silhouette translations

A. The Voltaire-Du Resnel relationship and the problem of authorship

B. The general principles of poetic translation and specifically with regard to the two texts

II. The early French reaction to the translations

III. Voltaire's reaction to the Essay on man

IV. Fontanes's translation and the later French reaction

Conclusion

List of works consulted

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Arnold Ages, The Private Voltaire: three studies in the correspondence

Madeleine Alcover, La Casuistique du père Tout à tous et Les Provinciales

Brian N. Morton, Beaumarchais et le prospectus de l'édition de Kehl

Lawrence J. Forno, The Fictional letter in the memoir novel: Robert Challe's Illustres Françoises

Ronald C. Rosbottom, Parody and truth in Mme Riccoboni's continuation of La Vie de Marianne

Hartmut Häusser, The Thomasius article in the Encyclopédie

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Theodore Besterman, Additions and corrections to the definitive edition of Voltaire's correspondence. I: vols.i-x (Voltaire 85-94)

Robert Kusch, Voltaire as symbol of the eighteenth century in Carlyle's Frederick

Michel Gaulin, Montesquieu et l'attribution de la lettre XXXIV des Lettres persanes

Stephen Werner, Diderot's Encyclopédie article 'Agnus Scythicus'

Irwin L. Greenberg, Narrative technique and literary indiscretion in Diderot's Les Bijoux indiscrets and Jacques le fataliste

Les Romans de l'abbé Prévost


Préface

Chapitre I. Mémoires d'un homme de qualité

Chapitre II. Histoire de Cleveland

Chapitre III. Le Doyen de Killerine

Chapitre IV. Histoire d'une Grecque moderne; Histoire de la jeunesse du Commandeur de ***; Campagnes philosophiques

Chapitre V. Mémoires d'un honnête homme; Le Monde moral

Conclusion

Bibliographie

I. Œuvres de Prévost citées

II. Etudes sur Prévost

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