2005 Bibliography

Primary Sources

  • Hamblyn, Richard, ed. The Storm. New York: Penguin, 2005.
  • Scanlon, Paul A., ed. Moll Flanders. Orchard Park, NY: Broadview P, 2005.

Secondary Sources

Articles

  • Acquisto, Joseph. "The Lyric of Narrative: Exile, Poetry, and Story in Saint-John Perse and Elizabeth Bishop." Orbis Litterarum 60 (2005): 344-356.
  • Almagro Jiménez, Manuel. "'Father to My Story': Writing Foe, De-Authorizing (De)Foe." Revista Alicantina de Estudio Ingleses 18 (2005): 7-24.
  • Benzoni, Pietro. "Il senso della fine nel 'Robinson Crusoe' di Daniel Defoe." Strumenti Critici: Rivista Quadrimestrale di Cultura e Critica Letteraria 20 (2005): 101-125.
  • Craft-Fairchild, Catherine. "Castaway and Cast Away: Colonial, Imperial, and Religious Discourses in Daniel Defoe and Robert Zemeckis." Journal of Religion and Film 9.1 (2005): n.p.
  • De Michelis, Lidia. "Daniel Defoe and the Aesthetics of Discovery." Textus 18 (2005): 107-120.
  • Deschamps, Yannick. "Daniel Defoe et le débat sur les oracles païens." Bulletin de la Société d'Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles 60 (2005): 171-186.
  • Ganz, Melissa J. "Moll Flanders and English Marriage Law." Eighteenth-Century Fiction 17 (2005): 157-182.
  • Griffin, Robert J. "The Text in Motion: Eighteenth-Century Roxanas." ELH 72 (2005): 387-406.
  • Marroni, Michela. "The Moonstone di Wilkie Collins: Robinson Crusoe come percorso intertestuale." Confronto Letterario: Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne dell'Universita di Pavila 43 (2005): 193-209.
  • Mueller, Andreas. "Daniel Defoe: Master of Genres." Worcester Papers in English and Cultural Studies 3 (2005): 33-47.
  • Rix, Robert W. "The Crusonian Alphabet: Thomas Spence's Grand Repository of the English Language." English Language Notes 43.2 (2005): 69-92.
  • Rogers, Pat. "Defoe and the Expiring Peerage." Studies in Philology 102 (2005): 510-536.
  • Rudman, Joseph. "Unediting, De-Editing, and Editing in Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies: With an Emphasis on the Canon of Daniel Defoe." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 99 (2005): 5-36.
  • Walker Bergström, Catharine. "Searches for the Significant: Robert Zemeckis' Cast Away as a Late Twentieth Century Response to Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe." Journal of Religion and Film 9.1 (2005): n.p.

Books & Book Chapters

  • Backscheider, Paula R., and Catherine Ingrassia, eds. A Companion to the Eighteenth-Century English Novel and Culture. Blackwell Companions to Lit. and Culture 30. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005.
  • Dillon, Elizabeth M. "The Original American Novel, or, the American Origin of the Novel." Backscheider and Ingrassia 235-260.
  • Erickson, Robert A. "Milton and the Poetics of Ecstasy in Restoration and Eighteen-Century Fiction." Backscheider and Ingrassia 117-139.
  • Markley, Robert. "'I have Now Done with My Island, and All Manner of Discourse about It': Crusoe's Farther Adventures and the Unwritten History of the Novel." Backscheider and Ingrassia 25-47.
  • Richetti, John. "An Emerging New Canon of the British Eighteenth-Century Novel: Feminist Criticism, the Means of Culture Production, and the Question of Value." Backscheider and Ingrassia 365-382.
  • Sussman, Charlotte. "Memory and Mobility: Fictions of Population in Defoe, Goldsmith, and Scott." Backscheider and Ingrassia 191-213.
  • Eagleton, Terry. "Daniel Defoe and Jonathan Swift." The English Novel: An Introduction. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. 22-52.
  • Flynn, Carol Houlihan. The Body in Swift and Defoe. Cambridge Studies in Eighteenth-Century English Lit. and Culture 5. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005.
  • Gevirtz, Karen Bloom. Life after Death: Widows and the English Novel, Defoe to Austen. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 2005.
  • Green, Jody. "Daniel Defoe, the Act of Anne, and the Obligations of Ownership." The Trouble with Ownership: Literary Property and Authorial Liability in England, 1660-1730. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2005. 107-149.
  • Kitsi-Mitakou, Katerina. "Whoring, Incest, Duplicity; or, the 'Self-Polutting' Erotics of Daniel Defoe's Moll Flanders." Genealogies of Identity: Interdisciplinary Readings on Sex and Sexuality. Eds. Margaret S. Breen and Fiona Peters. At the Interface 26. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. 79-94.
  • Manguel, Alberto. Pinocchio & Robinson: Pour une éthique de la lecture. Essai. Bordeux: Escampette, 2005.
  • Merrett, Robert. "Daniel Defoe and Islam." Indigenes and Exoticism/Indigènes et exotisme. Eds. Alex J. Dick, Jo-Ann McEachern, and Nicholas Hudson. Lumen 24. Kelowna, BC: Academic, for Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2005. 4-34.
  • Novak, Maximillian E., and Carl Fisher, eds. Approaches to Teaching Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. ATWL. New York: MLA, 2005.
  • Backscheider, Paula R. "Crusoe among the Travelers." Novak and Fisher 69-77.
  • Barberet, John. "Messages in Bottles: A Comparative Formal Approach to Castaway Narratives." Novak and Fisher 111-121.
  • Blackburn, Timothy C. "Robinson Crusoe as Literary Art." Novak and Fisher 105-110.
  • Braverman, Richard. "Robinson Crusoe and Gulliver's Travels: Some Pedagogical Frameworks." Novak and Fisher 37-47.
  • Chandler, Anne. "'Great Labour and Difficulty': Robinson Crusoe as Introduction to Literary Analysis." Novak and Fisher 180-185.
  • Fisher, Carl. "From Beowulf to Virginia Woolf: Is There Room for Robinson Crusoe in an American Literature Survey Course?" Novak and Fisher 186-190.
  • Fisher, Carl. "The Robinsonade: An Intercultural History of an Idea." Novak and Fisher 129-139.
  • Haggerty, George E. "Thank God It's Friday: The Construction of Masculinity in Robinson Crusoe." Novak and Fisher 78-87.
  • Kent-Drury, Roxanne, and Gordon Sayre. "Robinson Crusoe's Parodic Intertextuality." Novak and Fisher 48-54.
  • Lundin, Anne. "Robinson Crusoe and Children's Literature." Novak and Fisher 198-206.
  • Markley, Robert. "Teaching the Crusoe Trilogy." Novak and Fisher 96-104.
  • Maniquis, Robert. "Teaching The Pilgrim's Progress and Robinson Crusoe; or, from Filthy Mire to the Glory of Things." Novak and Fisher 25-36.
  • Mayer, Robert. "Robinson Crusoe in Hollywood." Novak and Fisher 169-174.
  • Nixon, Cheryl L. "Accounting for the Self: Teaching Robinson Crusoe at a Business School." Novak and Fisher 207-215.
  • Novak, Maximillian E. "Teaching Robinson Crusoe in a Survey of the Novel Course." Novak and Fisher 191-197.
  • Novak, Maximillian E., and Carl Fisher. "Materials." Novak and Fisher 1-20.
  • Pollard, Charles W. "Teaching Contemporary Responses to Robinson Crusoe: Coetzee, Walcott, and Others in a World Literature Survey." Novak and Fisher 161-168.
  • Sassi-Lehner, Christina. "Teaching Robinson Crusoe in the Introduction to Literature Course." Novak and Fisher 175-179.
  • Schonhorn, Manuel. "Weber, Watt, and Restraint: Robinson Crusoe and the Critical Tradition." Novak and Fisher 55-60.
  • Sill, Geoffrey. "Myths of Modern Individualism: Defoe, Franklin, and Whitman." Novak and Fisher 61-68.
  • Stevens, Laura M. "Reading the Hermit's Manuscript: The Female American and Female Robinsonades." Novak and Fisher 140-151.
  • Wheeler, Roxann. "Robinson Crusoe and Early-Eighteenth-Century Racial Identity." Novak and Fisher 88-95.
  • Wickman, Matthew. "A Semester on Crusoe's Island." Novak and Fisher 122-128.
  • Zimmerman, Everett. "Contexts for Crusoe: Colonial Adventure and Social Disintegration." Novak and Fisher 152-160.
  • Richetti, John J. The Life of Daniel Defoe: A Critical Biography. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.
  • Sherman, Sandra. Finance and Fictionality in the Early Eighteenth Century: Accounting for Defoe. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge UP, 2005.
  • Womersley, David. "Confessional Politics in Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year." 'Cultures of Whiggism': New Essays on English Literature and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. David Womersley, Paddy Bullard, and Abigail Williams. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 2005. 237-256.

Dissertations & Theses

  • Baskin, Janice J. "Nothing Works As Well As Right: The Plain Style of 'Ought' in Defoe and Franklin." MA thesis. California State Polytechnic U, 2005.
  • Marbais, Peter C. "'The Fate of This Poor Woman': Men, Women, and Intersubjectivity in 'Moll Flanders' and Roxana'." Diss. Kent State U, 2005. DAI 66 (2005): 1363A.
  • Root, Douglas T. "Locke's Educational Theories as Modified by Defoe, Johnson, and Rousseau." MA thesis. Florida State U, 2005.
  • Taylor, Rebecca J. "'Robinson Crusoe' and the Reproduction of Singleness in England's Long Eighteenth Century." Diss. Washington U, 2004. DAI 65 (2005): 3402A.