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The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on Her Life and Work

edited by Kirsten T. Saxton and Rebecca P. Bocchicchio

The most prolific woman writer of the eighteenth century, Eliza Haywood (1693-1756?) was a key player in the history of the English novel.

Prospects Of Power: Tragedy, Satire, the Essay, and the Theory of Genre

by John Snyder

Genre—the articulation of "kind"—is one of the oldest and most continuous subjects of theoretical and critical commentary.

Satire: A Critical Reintroduction

by Dustin Griffin

Here is the ideal introduction to satire for the student and, for the experienced scholar, an occasion to reconsider the uses, problems, and pleasures of satire in light of contemporary theory.

Broken Boundaries: Women and Feminism in Restoration Drama

edited by Katherine M. Quinsey

This volume of twelve original essays is the first comprehensive study of feminist issues in Restoration drama.

At Zero Point: Discourse, Culture, and Satire in Restoration England

by Rose A. Zimbardo

At Zero Point presents an entirely new way of looking at Restoration culture, discourse, and satire.