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Bibliography of Books, Articles, and Reviews by Ronald Paulson

Source: ELH, Vol. 72, No. 2, Essays in Honor of Ronald Paulson (Summer, 2005), pp. 521-528
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS, ARTICLES, AND


REVIEWS BY RONALD PAULSON

BOOKS
Theme and Structure in Swift's "Taleof a Tub" (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1960;
reprint, Archon Books, 1971).
Hogarth's Graphic Works, 2 vols. (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1965). Revised edition, 1970. Rewritten and reset, London: The Print Room, 1989.
The Fictions of Satire (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1967).
Satire and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century England (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press,
1967; reprint, 1968).
Hogarth: His Life, Art, and Times, 2 vols. (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1971; 2nd
ed., 1972. Abridged edition, 1974. Polish trans., 1985).
Rowlandson: A New Interpretation (London: Studio Vista; New York: Oxford Univ.
Press, 1972).
Emblem and Expression: Meaning in English Art of the Eighteenth Century (London:
Thames and Hudson; Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1975).
The Art of Hogarth (London: Phaidon; New York: Praeger, 1975).
Popular and Polite Art in the Age of Hogarth and Fielding, Ward-Philips Lectures,
Notre Dame University (Notre Dame: Notre Dame Univ. Press, 1979).
Literary Landscape: Turner and Constable, Brown and Haley Lectures, Univ. of Puget
Sound (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1982).
Representations of Revolution (1789-1820), The Alexander Lectures, Univ. of Toronto.
(New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1983; reprint, 1987).
Book and Painting: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Bible, Hodges Lectures, Univ. of
Tennessee (Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1983).
Breaking and Remaking: Aesthetic Practice in England, 1700-1820 (New Brunswick:
Rutgers Univ. Press, 1989).
Figure and Abstraction in Contemporary Painting (New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ.
Press, 1990).
Hogarth, Vol. 1: The "Modern Moral Subject": 1697-1732, rewriting of Hogarth: His
Life, Art, and Times (New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press; London: Lutterworth,
1991).
Hogarth, Vol. 2: High Art and Low: 1732-1750 (New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press;

London:Lutterworth,1992).
Hogarth, Vol. 3: Art and Politics: 1750-1764 (New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press;

London:Lutterworth,1993).
The Beautiful, Novel, and Strange: Aesthetics and Heterodoxy (Baltimore: The Johns
Hopkins Univ. Press, 1997).
Don Quixote in England: The Aesthetics of Laughter (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins
Univ. Press, 1998).
The Life of Henry Fielding: A Critical Biography (Oxford: Blackwell, 2000).
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Hogarth'sHarlot: Sacred Parody in EnlightenmentEngland (Baltimore:The Johns


HopkinsUniv.Press, 2003).
Sin and Evil: Studiesin ModernAnglo-AmericanCulture,workin progress.
EDITED TEXTS
Fielding:A Collectionof CriticalEssays,The TwentiethCenturyViewsSeries (Englewood Cliffs, NJ:Prentice-Hall,1962).
TheNovelette:Vol.I: Before1900; Vol.II: The Twentieth-Century
(EnglewoodCliffs,
New Jersey:Prentice-Hall,1965).
[WithThomasLockwood],HenryFielding:TheCriticalHeritage(London:Routledge
and KeganPaul, 1969).
The Eighteenth-CenturyImagination,special issue of Eighteenth-CenturyStudies 3
(Fall 1969).
Satire:ModernEssaysin Criticism(EnglewoodCliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall,1971).
[WithArnoldStein],Essays in Memoryof Earl R. Wasserman,ELH 41 (1974).
The Novel 1720-1805, 16 vols. (New York:GarlandPress, 1979).
WilliamHogarth,TheAnalysisof Beauty (New Haven:YaleUniv.Press, 1997).
ARTICLES
"Satirein the Early Novels of Smollett,"Journalof Englishand GermanicPhilology
59 (1960):381-402.
"Swift,Stella,and Permanence,"ELH 27 (1960):298-314.
"Smollettand Hogarth:The Identityof Pallet,"Studiesin EnglishLiterature4 (1964):
351-59.
"New Light on Hogarth'sGraphicWorks,"BurlingtonMagazine109 (1967):59-81.
"The Harlot'sProgressand the Traditionof History Painting,"Eighteenth-Century
Studies 1 (1967):69-92.
"Zoffanyand Wright of Derby: Contexts of Art in the Late Eighteenth-Century,"
EighteenthCenturyStudies3 (Winter1969):278-95.
"EnglishLiteraryHistoryat The JohnsHopkinsUniversity,"New LiteraryHistory 1
(1970):559-64.
"Rowlandsonand the Dance of Death," Eighteenth-CenturyStudies 4 (1970):
544-59.
"ThePilgrimageand the Family:Structuresin the Novels of Fielding and Smollett,"
in TobiasSmollettBicentennialEssays Presentedto Lewis M. Knapp,ed. G. S.
Rousseauand P. G. Bouc6 (New York:OxfordUniv.Press, 1971), 57-78.
"Whatis Modernin Eighteenth-CenturyLiterature?"in Studiesin Eighteenth-Century Culture,ed. LouisT. Milic (Cleveland:Pressof Case WesternReserveUniv.,
1971), 75-86.
VenetianArt:LonghiandCanaletto,"Eighteenth"LivingSpacein Eighteenth-Century
CenturyStudies4 (1971):458-70.
"Visualand Verbal Structures:Hogarth and the English Garden,"in Encounters:
Essays on Literatureand the VisualArts, ed. John Dixon Hunt (London:Studio
Vista, 1971), 82-95.
"The PictorialCircuit and Related Structuresin Eighteenth-CenturyEngland,"in
The VariedPattern:Studiesin the 18th Century,ed. Peter Hughes (Toronto:A.
M. Hakkert,Ltd., 1971), 165-87.

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"Hogarth: The Life," in Hogarth: Catalogue ofthe Tate Gallery Exhibition, 2 December
1971-February 1972, 6-9, 90-91.
"Hogarth the Painter: The Exhibition at the Tate," Burlington Magazine 114 (1972):
71-79.
"Paul before Felix Reconsidered," Burlington Magazine 114 (1972): 233-37.
"Hogarth in the Fleet," The Listener, 13 January 1972, 50.
"Satire, and Poetry, and Pope," in English Satire: Papers Read at a Clark Library
Seminar, January 15, 1972 by Leland H. Carlson and Ronald Paulson (Los Angeles: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1972), 55-106. Reprinted in Pope:
Recent Essays, ed. Maynard Mack and James A. Winn (Hamden, CT: Archon
Books, 1980), 45-62.
"The Spectres of Blake and Rowlandson," The Listener, 2 August 1973, 140-42.
"The Tradition of Comic Illustration from Hogarth to Cruikshank," in George Cruikshank: A Revaluation, ed. Robert L. Patten (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press,
1973), 35-60.
"Thomas Rowlandson: His Medical Satire," Update 1 (1974): 501-6.
"A Recovered Proof of Hogarth's Enraged Musician," Burlington Magazine 115
(1973): 805.
"On the 18th-Century Poetic Garden," The Listener, 27 December 1973, 878-80.
"Types of Demarcation: Townscape and Landscape Painting," Eighteenth-Century
Studies 8 (1974-1975): 337-54.
"The Simplicity of Hogarth's Industry and Idleness," Essays in Memory of Earl R.
Wasserman, ELH 41 (1974): 291-320.
"Political Cartoons and Comic Strips,"Eighteenth-Century Studies 8 (1975): 479-89.
"Life as Journey and as Theater: Two Eighteenth-Century Narrative Structures," New
LiteraryHistory 8 (1976):43-58. Reprintedin ModernEssays on Eighteenth-CenturyLiterature, ed. Leopold Damrosch (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1988), 181-200.
"The Artist, the Beautiful Girl, and the Crowd: the Case of Thomas Rowlandson,"
Georgia Review 31 (1977): 121-59.
"Models and Paradigms: Joseph Andrews, Hogarth's Good Samaritan, and F6nelon's
T616maque," Modern Language Notes 91 (1976): 1186-207.
"Fielding in Tom Jones: The Historian, the Poet, and the Mythologist," Augustan
Worlds: Essays in Honor of A. R. Humphreys, ed. J. C. Hilson, M. M. B. Jones,
and J. R. Watson (Leicester Univ. Press, 1978), 175-78.
"Rochester: The Body Politic and the Body Private," in The Author and His Work:
Essays on a Problem in Criticism: Essays in Honor of Maynard Mack, ed. Louis
L. Martz and Aubrey Williams (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1978), 103-22.
Reprinted in John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester: Critical Essays, ed. David M. Vieth
(New York: Garland Press, 1988), 45-68.
"Art:Jasper Johns and Others," Bennington Review 1 (1978): 62-71.
"Toward the Constable Bicentenary: Thoughts on Landscape Theory," EighteenthCentury Studies 10 (1976-1977): 245-61.
"Turner's Graffiti: The Sun and its Glosses," in Images of Romanticism: Verbal and
Visual Affinities, ed. Karl Kroeber and William Walling (New Haven: Yale Univ.
Press, 1978), 67-88.
"Representations of Revolution," Bennington Review 2 (1978): 62-74.
"Cemeteries, Steinbergs, and Other Cases of Iconographic Change," Bennington
Review 3 (1978): 79-89.
"Pollock and Rothko; Stokes and Schapiro," Bennington Review 4 (1979): 73-84.

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"The Historianand the Art Object:Anne Hollander'sClothes and Lord Leighton's


Toes," Bennington Review 5 (1979): 48-62.

"Balthusbetween Covers,"BenningtonReview6 (1979): 78-86.


"Burke'sSublimeandthe Representationsof Revolution,"in Cultureand Politicsfrom
Puritanism to the Enlightenment, ed. Perez Zagorin (Univ. of California Press,

1980), 249-70.
"Backsand Bedclothes:Lautrecand Hopper,"BenningtonReview7 (1980):60-73.
"MarsdenHartley:The Search for the Father(land),"BenningtonReview 8 (1980):
63-71.
"EdwardHopper and Some Precursors,"BenningtonReview9 (1980):63-75.
"AmericanArt,"Salmagundi50-51 (Fall 1980-Winter1981): 119-20.
Ben"Beauty,Classicaland Gothic:StanleySpencerandthe GermanExpressionists,"
nington Review 10 (1981): 54-64.
"Gothic Fiction and the French Revolution," Essays in Memory of Laurence B. Hol-

land, ELH 48 (1981):532-54.


"Punchinelloin Venice,"BenningtonReview 11 (1981):58-69.
"ArshileGorky and Philip Guston,"Bennington Review 12 (Winter 1981-1982):
81-88.
"FrancisBacon and some other British Figure Painters,"BenningtonReview 13
(1982):72-80.
"FromWhite Horse to LeapingHorse:The Landscapesof Constableand Ruisdael,"
Bennington Review 14 (1982): 66-76.

"JohnTrumbulland the Representationsof the AmericanRevolution,"Studies in


Romanticism21 (1982):341-56.
"Gillray:The Ambivalenceof the Political Cartoonist,"in Satire in the Eighteenth
Century,ed. J. D. Browning(New York:Garland,1983), 147-83.
"The EnthralledPhotographer:Alfred Stieglitz,"The New Republic,7 March 1983,
28-31.
"AMetaphysicsof the Countryside,"TLS, 25 March1983, 283-84.
"TheEnglishnessof EnglishArt,"TheNew Republic,25 April1983, 23-26.
"TheHistoryof LittleGoodyTwo-Shoesas a Children'sBook,"in LiteraryTheoryand
Criticism: Festschrift in Honor of Rend Wellek, ed. Joseph P. Strelka (New York:

Peter Lang, 1984), 1075-92.


"Balthusandthe Ritualizingof Desire,"Raritan3 (1984):1-21. Reprint,RaritanReading, ed. RichardPoirier(New Brunswick:RutgersUniv.Press, 1990), 267-85.
Yearbook
"Hogarth's
CountryInn Yardat ElectionTime:A Problemin Interpretation,"
of English Studies (1984): 196-208. Reprint, English Satire and the Satiric Tradi-

tion, ed. Claude Rawson(Oxford:Blackwell,1984).


"The Aesthetics of Mourning," in Studies in Eighteenth-Century British Art and Aes-

thetics, ed. RalphCohen (Los Angeles:Univ.of CaliforniaPress, 1985), 148-81.


"Hambletonian,Rubbing Down: George Stubbs and English Society,"Raritan 4
(1985):22-43.
"Versionsof a Human Sublime,"New LiteraryHistory 16 (1985):427-37.
"Revolutionand the VisualArts,"in Revolutionin History,ed. RoyPorterand Mikulas
Teich (Cambridge:CambridgeUniv.Press, 1987), 240-60.
"FrancisBacon,"Raritan5 (1986): 1-25.
"MarsdenHartley,"in MarsdenHartleyand Nova Scotia,ed. GeraldFerguson(Halifax:
Mount St. VincentUniversityArt Gallery,1987), 19-33.

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"English Iconoclasm in the Eighteenth Century," in Space, Time, Image, Sign: Essays
on Literature and the Visual Arts, ed. James A. W. Heffernan (New York: Peter
Lang, 1987), 3-56.
"Hogarth's Aesthetics," in Reading Hogarth, ed. James Cuno (Los Angeles: Grunwald
Center, 1988), 27-42.
"The Severed Head: The Impact of French Revolutionary Caricature on England," in
French Caricature and the French Revolution, 1789-1799, ed. James Cuno (Los
Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, 1988), 55-65. French edition:
"La T~te tranch6e: Les R6percussions de la caricature r6volutionnaire frangaise en
Angleterre," in La Caricature frangaise et la Rdvolution, 1789-98, ed. Cuno (Paris:
Bibliotheque Nationale, 1989), 57-68.
"Laughs in the U.S.S.R.," The Johns Hopkins Magazine, October 1988, 56.
"La Rdvolution frangaise et le style ndo-classique," Art Press, February 1989, 59-64.
"Hogarth'sAesthetics," in Reading Hogarth, The Friends of the Graphic Arts at UCLA
Annual Lectures (Los Angeles: Grunwald Center, 1988).
"Poetics and Aesthetics: Hogarth in 1759,"in British Art, 1740-1820: Essays in Honor
of Robert R. Wark, ed. Guilland Sutherland (San Marino: Huntington Library,
1992), 25-56.
"Single Barrelled," TLS, 19 February 1993, 20.
"Hogarth's Cat," Raritan 12 (1993): 1-25.
"Hogarth and the Distribution of Visual Images," in Towards a Modern Art World,
ed. Brian Allen (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1995), 27-46.
"Emulative Consumption and Literacy: The Harlot, Moll Flanders, and Mrs. Slipslop,"
in The Consumption of Culture, 1600-1800: Image, Object, Text, ed. Ann Birmingham and John Brewer (London: Routledge, 1995), 383-400.
"Henry Fielding and the Problem of Deism," in The Margins of Orthodoxy: Heterodox Writing and Cultural Response, 1660-1750, ed. Roger D. Lund (Cambridge:
Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995), 240-70.
"Putting out the Fire in her Imperial Majesty's Apartment: Opposition Politics, Anticlericalism, and Aesthetics," ELH 63 (1996): 79-107.
"Auden, Hogarth, and The Rake's Progress," Raritan 16 (Fall 1996): 22-51.
"The Harlot's Progress and the Origins of the Novel," in Hogarth in Context: Ten Essays
and Bibliography, ed. Joachim Moeller (Marburg: Jonas Verlog, 1996), 36-47.
"Roubiliac and Hogarth: Representations of Temporality and Eternity," EighteenthCentury Life 20 (1996): 104-26.
"The Harlot, Her Father, and the Parson: Representing and Interpreting Hogarth in
ed. Peter Wagner (Berlin
the Eighteenth Century," in Icons-Texts-Iconotexts,
and New York:W. de Gruyter, 1996), 149-74.
"Don Quixote's Breastplate: The Seventh Hogarth Illustration," Apollo 146 (1997):
40-44.
"Some Thoughts on Hogarth's Jew: Issues in Current Hogarth Scholarship,"in Hogarth:
Representing Nature's Machines, ed. David Bindman and others (Manchester: Univ.
of Manchester Press, 2001), 236-63.
"The Rape of the Lock: A Jacobite Aesthetics?" in Acts of Narrative: Essays in Honor
ofJ. Hillis Miller, ed. Carol Jacobs and Henry Sussman (Stanford: Stanford Univ.
Press, 2003), 130-45.
"Dryden and the Energies of Satire," in The Cambridge Companion to John Dryden,
ed. Steven Zwicker (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2004), 37-58.
"PictorialSatire:From Emblem to Expression,"in A Companion to Satire:From the Biblical World to the Present, ed. Ruben Quintero (Oxford: Blackwell, forthcoming).

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"Fielding,Hogarth,and the Natureof Evil,"in Fielding:Essays, ed. Claude Rawson


(Newark:DelawareUniv.Press, forthcoming).
REVIEWS
KathleenWilliams,Jonathan Swift and the Age of Compromise,Journalof English
and GermanicPhilology(hereafterJEGP) 58 (1959):297-301.
RobertF. Metzdorf,The TinkerLibrary,JEGP 59 (1960):560-61.
Style in Prose Fiction:English Institute Essays, 1958, ed. Harold C. Martin,JEGP
59 (1960):725-27.
AlvinKernan,The CankeredMuse,JEGP 59 (1960): 737-40.
C. V.Wedgwood,Poetryand Politicsunder the Stuarts,JEGP 60 (1961): 169-70.
JamesA. Preu, The Dean and the Anarchist,JEGP 60 (1961): 176-77.
RobertC. Elliott, The Powerof Satire,JEGP 60 (1961):552-56.
Philip Harth,Swift and AnglicanRationalism,JEGP 61 (1962):406-8.
BernardKreissman,Pamela-Shamela,
JEGP 61 (1962):410-13.
Henry K. Miller,Essayson Fielding'sMiscellanies,JEGP 61 (1962):413-16.
BernardN. Schilling,Drydenand the ConservativeMyth,JEGP 61 (1962):643-48.
CharlesA. Beaumont,Swift'sClassicalRhetoric,and BertrandA. Goldgar,The Curse
of Party:Swift'sRelationswith Addisonand Steele,JEGP 61 (1962):648-50.
GilbertHighet, TheAnatomyof Satire,JEGP 62 (1963):352-53.
EdwardW. Rosenheim,Jr.,Swift and the Satirist'sArt,JEGP 63 (1964): 169-76.
David M. Vieth, Attributionin RestorationPoetry:A Study of Rochester'sPoemsof
1680, JEGP 63 (1964):358-62.
Sir HaroldWilliams,Swift'sCorrespondence,vols. 1-3, JEGP 63 (1964):792-95.
RobertAlter,Rogue'sProgress,JEGP 64 (1965):303-5.
AlvinB. Kernan,ThePlotof Satire,and ShedonSacks,Fictionand the Shapeof Belief,
JEGP 65 (1966):602-4.
R. ScholesandR. Kellog,TheNatureof Narrative;C. C. Wolcutt,Man'sChangingMask;
W.J.Harvey,Characterin the Novel;and DavidLodge,Languageof Fiction,JEGP
66 (1967):245-49.
Collected Works of Oliver Goldsmith, ed. Arthur Friedman, JEGP 66 (1967):
459-61.
TheWorldof Hogarth:Lichtenberg'sCommentaries,trans.Innes and GustavHerdan,
JEGP 66 (1967):594-97.
E. B. Krumbhaar,
Isaac Cruikshank,BurkeNewsletter8 (1967):746-47.
David Irwin,EnglishNeoclassicalArt, BurkeNewsletter9 (1967):815-20.
"RecentStudiesin the Restorationand EighteenthCentury"(omnibusreviewarticle),
Studiesin EnglishLiterature7 (1967):531-58.
Malvin R. Zirker,Fielding'sSocial Pamphlets,and Michel Foucault, Madnessand
Civilization,JEGP 67 (1968): 161-65.
FashionableContrasts,CaricaturesbyJamesGillray,ed. DraperHill, Studiesin Burke
and his Time9 (1968):993-95.
MichaelIrwin,Henry Fieldingthe TentativeRealist,Novel 2 (1968):79-80.
The Lettersof ThomasGainsborough,ed. MaryWoodall,Studiesin Burkeand His
Time10 (1968): 1077-82.
A SentimentalJourney through France and Italy, ed. GardnerD. Stout,JEGP 67
(1968): 708-13.
MaynardMack,The Gardenand the City, The Scriblerian1 (1969): 16-17.

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Hogarth on High Life, ed. H. Wensinger and W. B. Coley, Eighteenth-Century Studies


4 (1970): 229-31.
"The Winged Skull." Papers from the Laurence Sterne Bicentenary Conference, ed.
A. H. Cash and John M. Stedmond, ModemrnLanguage Review 67 (1972): 403-4.
William V. Holtz, Image and Immortality: A Study of "Tristram Shandy," Philological
Quarterly 50 (1971): 484-45.
Lawrence Lipking, The Ordering of the Arts in Eighteenth-Century England, English
Language Notes 9 (1972): 207-9.
T. C. Duncan Eaves and Ben D. Kimpel, Samuel Richardson: A Biography, Studies

in the Novel 5 (Spring1973): 110-16.


The Satirist's Art, ed. H. James Jensen and Malvin R. Zirker,Modern Language Review
69 (1974): 294-96.
John Hayes, The Drawings of Thomas Gainsborough and Gainsborough as Printmaker,
ECS 6 (1972): 106-17.
Henry Fielding, Miscellanies, Vol. I, ed. H. K. Miller, Philological Quarterly 52 (1973):
501-3.
C. J. Rawson, Henry Fielding and the Augustan Ideal under Stress, Modern Language
Quarterly 34 (1973):470-73.
P. K. Elkin, The Augustan Defense of Satire, JEGP 63 (1974): 125-27.
RudolfWittkower, Palladio and Palladianism, and Stephen Orgel and Roy Strong, Inigo
Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court, Georgia Review 28 (1974): 750-55.
Hildegard Omberg, William Hogarth's Portrait of Captain Coram, Art Bulletin 17
(1975): 293-94.
A. M. Hammacher, Rend Magritte, Georgia Review 29 (1975): 720-24.
Engravings by Hogarth, ed. Sean Shesgreen, Philological Quarterly 53 (1974):

725-27.

"Recent Work on Canaletto, Stubbs, and Fuseli," ECS 9 (1976): 270-81.


"J.C. Leyendecker, Maxfield Parrish, and James Montgomery Flagg," Georgia Review

29 (1975):957-64.
"Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century," SEL 16 (1976):

517-44.

"JohnTrumbull's History of the American Revolution, etc.," Georgia Review 30 (1976):


460-67.
Nikolaus Pevsner, History of Building Types, and books on Piranesi, Georgia Review
30 (1976): 73-76.
Joseph Burke, English Art, 1714-1800, ECS 10 (1977): 373-78.
Wesleyan Fielding, Tom Jones, ed. Battestin and Colley, and Jacobite's Journal, MLR
71 (1976): 889-93.
Martin C. Battestin, The Providence of Wit, Studies in Burke 17 (1977): 48-56.
The Drawings of Goya, ed. Pierre Gassier, Georgia Review 30 (1976): 1010-15.
William Hogarth, Analysis of Beauty (Scholar Press Facsimile), Burlington Magazine
118 (1976): 653-54.
"Iconography Revisited" (omnibus review article), Modern Language Notes 92 (1977):

1052-57.

"James Ensor, Johann Zoffany, etc.," Georgia Review 21 (1977): 397-99.


John Wardroper, The Caricatures of George Cruikshank, Georgia Review 32 (1978):

208-12.

Joan D. Dolmetsch, Rebellion and Reconciliation, and Gary Kelly, English Jacobin
Novel, Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly 11 (1978): 291-97.

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"RecentBlake Studies,"GeorgiaReview32 (1978):435-44.


Mark Girouard,Life in the English Country House, and Geoffrey Beard, Workof
RobertAdam, GeorgiaReview32 (1978):916-23.
W. B. Carnochan,Confinementand Flight,JEGP (1978):443-48.
Peter Willis, CharlesBridgemanand the EnglishLandscapeGarden,Journalof the
Societyof ArchitecturalHistorians38 (1979):201-3.
Morris R. Brownell,AlexanderPope and the Arts of GeorgianEngland,JEGP 78
(1979):431-36.
Derek Jarrett,The IngeniousMr.Hogarth,The Eighteenth-Century:
A Bibliography,
n.s. 3 (1981):210.
Robert Halsband,"TheRape of the Lock"and its Illustrations1714-1896, JEGP 80
(1981):417-19.
A. D. Nutall,A New Mimesis,ShakespeareQuarterly35 (1984):492-95.
VincentCarretta,The SnarlingMuse, Criticism26 (1984):273-77.
GothicNovels, ed. D. P. Varma,ECS 16 (1983):427-32.
"RecentStudiesin the Restorationand EighteenthCentury"(omnibusreviewarticle),
SEL 23 (1983):495-527.
IrvinEhrenpreis,Swift, TheNew Republic,13 February1984, 30-33.
"Guardiansof Reputation:MaynardMack'sPope,"TheNew Republic,3 March1986,
33-37.
Elizabeth McKinsey,Niagara Falls--Icon of the AmericanSublime,TLS 28 March
1986, 325-26.
EdgarWind,Humeand the HeroicPortrait,ECS 19 (1986):472-75.
John Barrell, The Political Theoryof Paintingfrom Reynoldsto Hazlitt, The New
Republic,10 & 17 August1987, 39-42.
James Winn,John Dryden and his World, WashingtonTimes, 14 December 1987,
E8.
Michael Levey, G. B. Tiepolo,and A. Gealt, D. Tiepolo,The PunchinelloDrawings,
ECS 21 (1988):408-11.
RichardDorment,BritishPaintingin the PhiladelphiaMuseumofArt, ECS 21 (1988):
527-30.
David Dabydeen, Hogarth, Walpole and CommercialBritain, ECS 22 (1988):
90-95.
Ian Pears,The Discoveryof Painting,ECS 23 (1989):87-90.
MorrisBrownell,SamuelJohnson'sAttitudeto the Arts, ECS 23 (1990):358-65.
Sean Shesgreen,The Criersand Hawkersof London,ECS 23 (1990):266-67.
Malcolm Andrews, The Searchfor the Picturesque,American Historical Review
(1991):873.
Richard Wendorf, The Elements of Life, Modern Language Review 87 (1992):
701-2.
John Barrell,Birth of Pandora,ModernLanguageQuarterly54 (1993):575-77.
"CrossedPalettes,"review of David Solkin,Paintingfor Money, London Review of
Books,4 November1993, 42-43.
MorrisEaves, The Counter-ArtsConspiracy:Art and Industryin the Age of Blake,
Blake:An IllustratedQuarterly(1996): 100-5.
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