2009 Bibliography

Primary Sources

  • Mowry, Melissa, ed. Roxana, or, The Fortunate Mistress. Peterborough, ON: Broadview, 2009.
  • Landa, Louis. A. ed. A Journal of the Plague Year. Rev. ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  • Starr, G.A, ed. The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Oxford; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.

Secondary Sources

Articles

  • Armstrong, Nancy; Tennenhouse, Leonard. “Sovereignty and the Form of Formlessness.” Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. Vol. 20. No. 2-3. Summer 2009: pp. 148-178.
  • Backscheider, Paula R. “The Paradigms of Popular Culture.” Eighteenth-
    Century Novel.
    Vol. 6-7. 2009: pp. 19-59.
  • Bender, John. “The Novel as Modern Myth.” Eighteenth-Century Novel. Vol. 6- 7. 2009: pp. 61-78.
  • Doyle, Laura. “Toward a Philosophy of Transnationalism.” Journal of
    Transnational American Studies
    . Vol. 1. No. 1. 2009: pp. 1-29.
  • Harper, Heather. “'Matchless Sufferings': Intimate Violence in the Early Modern Apparition Narratives of Daniel Defoe and Elizabeth Boyd.” Women's Writing. Vol. 16. No. 3. Dec 2009: pp. 425-444.
  • Healey, Christina L. “'A Perfect Retreat Indeed': Speculation, Surveillance, and Space in Defoe's Roxana.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Vol. 21. No. 4. Summer 2009: pp. 493-512.
  • Juengel, Scott J. “The Early Novel and Catastrophe.” Novel: A Forum on
    Fiction.
    Vol. 42. No. 3. Fall 2009: pp. 443-450.
  • Keymer, Thomas. “Defoe's Ears: The Dunciad, the Pillory, and Seditious Libel.” Eighteenth-Century Novel. Vol. 6-7. 2009: pp. 159-196.
  • Ma, Ning. “When Robinson Crusoe Meets Ximen Qing: Material Egoism in the First Chinese and English Novels.” Comparative Literature Studies. Vol. 46. No. 3. 2009: pp. 443-466.
  • O'Malley, Andrew. “Acting Out Crusoe: Pedagogy and Performance in
    Eighteenth-Century Children's Literature.” Lion and the Unicorn. Vol. 33. No. 2. Apr 2009: pp. 131-145.
  • Rogers, Pat. “Nathaniel Mist, Daniel Defoe, and the Perils of Publishing.”
    Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. Vol. 10. No. 3. Sept 2009: pp. 298-313.
  • Rogers, Sheldon. “Daniel Defoe's Birth Date.” Notes and Queries. Vol. 56. No. 2. June 2009: pp. 226-228.
  • Rogers, Sheldon. “In Answer to Tim Severin's 'Did Defoe's Publisher Know a 'Real' Robinson Crusoe?'” Notes and Queries. Vol. 56. No. 2. June 2009: pp. 228-230.
  • Shih, Yao-his. ”Defining Women: Masculine Violence in Defoe, Pope, and Swift.” Wenshan Review of Literature and Culture. Vol. 3. No. 1. Dec 2009: pp. 79-101.
  • Yang, Zhaoding. “Rethinking Tournier's Vendredi ou les limbes du Pacifique: I Is Other-Constant Becoming as Postcolonial Condition.” Australian Journal of French Studies. Vol. 46. No. 1-2. Jan 2009: pp. 72-82.
  • Books & Book Chapters

  • Ajroud, Habib. “The Economy of Adventure in Defoe's Novels.” Adventure: An Eighteenth-Century Idiom: Essays on the Daring and the Bold as a Pre-Modern Medium. Eds. Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, Alexander Pettit, Laura Thomason Wood. New York, NY: AMS, 2009. pp. 275-303.
  • Brown, Laura. Defoe's 'Black Prince': Elitism, Capitalism, and Cultural Difference." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 153-169.
  • Butler, Gerald J. ”Defoe and the End of Epic Adventure: The Example of
    Roxana.” Adventure: An Eighteenth-Century Idiom: Essays on the Daring and the Bold as a Pre-Modern Medium. Eds. Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, Alexander Pettit, Laura Thomason Wood. New York, NY: AMS, 2009. pp. 91-109.
  • Chafe, Paul. “'All the Qualities o' th' Isle': The Shipping News as Island Myth.” The Geographical Imagination of Annie Proulx: Rethinking Regionalism. Ed. Alex Hunt. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2009. pp. 87-98.
  • Cooke, Jennifer. “Writing Plague: Transforming Narrative, Witnessing, and
    History.” The Tapestry of Health, Illness and Disease. Eds. Vera Kalitzkus, Peter L. Twohig. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2009. pp 21-42.
  • Cro, Stelio. “The American Sources in Cervantes and Defoe.” The Cervantean Heritage: Reception and Influence of Cervantes in Britain. Ed. J.A.G. Ardila. London, England; London, England: Modern Humanities Research Association, 2009. pp. 117-123.
  • Deschamps, Yannick. “The Adventures of Daniel Defoe in Scotland (1706-
    1707): Secret Agent, Propagandist, and Entrepreneur.” Adventure: An Eighteenth-Century Idiom: Essays on the Daring and the Bold as a Pre-Modern Medium. Eds. Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, Alexander Pettit, Laura Thomason Wood. New York, NY: AMS, 2009. pp.189-209.
  • Fisher, Carl. "The Project and the People': Defoe on the South Sea Bubble and the Public Good." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 170-188.
  • Folkenflik, Robert. "Robinson Crusoe and the Semiotic Crisis of the Eighteenth Century." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 98-125.
  • Gregg, Stephen H. Defoe's Writings and Manliness: Contrary Men. Farnham,
    England: Ashgate, 2009.
  • Huck, Christian. “Coming to Our Senses: Narratology and the Visual.” Point of View, Perspective, and Focalization: Modeling Mediation in Narrative. Ed. Peter Hühn, Wolf Schmid, Jörg Schönert. Berlin, Germany: de Gruyter, 2009. pp. 201-218.
  • Hunter, J. Paul. "Poetic Footprints: Some Formal Issues in Defoe's Verse." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 55-70.
  • Jamoussi, Zouheir. The Snare in the Constitution: Defoe and Swift on Liberty. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2009.
  • Kavanagh, Thomas M. “John Law and the Rhetoric of Calculation.” An American Voltaire. Ed. Joe E. Johnson, Byron R. Wells. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. pp. 221-239.

  • Lewis, Jayne. "The Atmospheres of Robinson Crusoe." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 32-54.
  • Maniquis, Robert M. and Carl Fisher, eds. Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P, with UCLA Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies and William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 2009.

  • Richetti, John. "Mimesis/mimesis and the Eighteenth-Century British Novel: Representation and Knowledge." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 71-97.
  • Saxton, Kirsten T. Narratives of Women and Murder in England, 1680-1760: Deadly Plots. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2009.
  • Schonhorn, Manuel. "The Writer as Hero from Jonson to Fielding." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher. Toronto ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 189-205.
  • Seidel, Michael. "Robinson Trousseau: Joyce's Defoe."
    Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak.
    Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 206-222.

  • Sherman, Stuart. "Defoe's Silences." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 12-31.
  • Smith, Amy Elizabeth. "Model Letters, Moral Living: Letter-Writing Manuals by Daniel Defoe and Samuel Richardson." Studies in the Cultural History of Letter Writing. Eds. Linda C. Mitchell and Susan Green. San Marino California: Huntingon Library, 2009.
  • Thomson, Shawn. The Fortress of American Solitude: Robinson Crusoe and Antebellum Culture. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2009.
  • Wheeler, Roxann. "Powerful Affections: Slaves, Servants, and Labours of Love in Defoe's Writing." Defoe's Footprints: Essays in Honour of Maximillian E. Novak. Eds. Robert M. Maniquis and Carl Fisher Toronto, ON: U of Toronto Press, 2009. pp. 126-152.

Dissertations & Theses

  • Cervantes, Gabriel Antonio. “Genres of correction: Anglophone literature and the colonial turn in penal law 1722—1804.”  Princeton University, 2009.
  • DuVall, Adrienne. “The ethics of enterprise: Imagining colonization in eighteenth- century novels of colonial encounter.”  University of Oregon, 2009.
  • Everhart, Darlene. “Accounting and authorship in eighteenth-century island narratives.” Carnegie Mellon University, 2009.
  • King, Ami Hicken. “Daniel Defoe's erotic economics: "Roxana" and the functional finance of romance fiction.” Arizona State University, 2009.
  • Strong, Kathryn. “Dress and deception: Women's dress and the eighteenth- century British novel.”  University of Southern California, 2009.
  • Wilkinson, Emily Colette. “The miscellaneous: Toward a poetics of the mode in British literature, 1668—1759.”  Stanford University, 2009.
  • Witherbee, Amy. “New conceptions of time and the making of a political-
    economic public in eighteenth-century Britain.”  Boston College, 2009.
  • 2009 Bibliography completed by Eleanor Gold (Whitman 2011).