From letter to publication

studies on correspondence and the history of the book, with the Besterman Lecture 2000

Volume: 2001:10

Series: SVEC

Series Collaborators: Theodore E.D.Brown, University of Delaware; Nicholas Cronk, St Edmund Hall, Oxford; Robert Darnton, Princeton University; Daniel Droixhe, Université de Liège; Peter France, University of Edinburgh; Uta Janssens, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen; J.Patrick Lee, Barry University; Robert V. McNamee, Voltaire Foundation, Oxford; Ruben Quintero, California State Universit;

Publication Date: 2001

Pages: 315

ISBN: 978-0-7294-0714-4

Price: £60


I Letters and books: two hybrid paper/electronic publications
Robert V. McNamee Introduction
Robert Darnton J-P Brissot and the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel (1779-1787)
Daniel Droixhe Signatures clandestines et autres essais sur les contrefaçons de Liège et de Maastricht au XVIIIe siècle
II Besterman Lecture 2000
Peter France Lost for words: travel and translation
III Voltaire and the Lettres philosophiques
Theodore E. D. Braun Voltaire: the English connection
Nicholas Cronk The Letters concerning the English nation as en English work: reconsidering the Harcourt Brown thesis
J. Patrick Lee The unexamined premise: Voltaire, John Lockman and the myth of the English letters
Uta Janssens Blake, Pope and Voltaire, or the art of limitation
Ruben Quintero ‘Serious and merry by turns’: the Pope-Swift Miscellanies

Voltaire Foundation

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