2010 Bibliography

Primary Sources

  • Davis, Evan R. ed. Robinson Crusoe. Peterborough, ON: Broadview, 2010.
  • McVeagh, John. A Review of the State of the British Nation 1711-12. Vol. 8. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010.

Secondary Sources


  • Degabriele, Peter. "Intimacy, Survival, and Resistance: Daniel Defoe's A Journal of the Plague Year." ELH. Vol. 77. No. 1. Spring 2010: pp. 1-23.
  • Dowdell, Coby. "'A Living Law to Himself and Others': Daniel Defoe, Algernon Sidney, and the Politics of Self-Interest in Robinson Crusoe and Farther Adventures." Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Vol. 22. No. 3. Spring, 2010: pp. 415-442.
  • López, María. "Foe: A Ghost Story." Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Vol. 45. No. 2. 2010: pp. 295-310.
  • Marshall, Ashley. "The Generic Context of Defoe's The Shortest-Way with the Dissenters and the Problem of Irony."Review of English Studies: The Leading Journal of English Literature and the English Language. Vol. 61. Issue 249. April 2010: pp. 234-258.
  • McGrath, Brian. "Rousseau's Crusoe: Or, On Learning to Read as Not Myself." Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Vol. 23. No. 1.
    Fall 2010: pp. 119-139.
  • Murata, Kazuho. "On the Pattern 'Verb + Adverb + Preposition' in Defoe: Does his Text Contain 'Phrasal-Prepositional Verbs?"
    Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature. Vol. 53. 2010: pp. 1-22.
  • Novak, Maximillian E. "'The Sum of Humane Misery'?: Defoe's Ambiguity toward Exile." SEL: Studies in English Literature,
    1500-1900. Vol. 50. No. 3. Summer 2010: pp. 601-623.
  • Parrinder, Patrick. "Memory, Interiority, and the History of the Novel." Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies.
    Vol. 16. No. 1-2. 2010: pp. 23-29.
  • Starr, G. A. "Defoe and China." Eighteenth-Century Studies. Vol. 43. No. 4. Summer 2010: pp. 435-454.
  • Starr, G. A. "Defoe, Swift, China, and the 'Improvement' of Gunpowder." Notes and Queries. Vol. 57. No. 4. Dec. 2010: pp. 519-521.
  • Walkden, Andrea. "Parallel Lives and Literary Legacies: Crusoe's Elder Brother and Defoe's Cavalier." ELH. Vol. 77. No. 4. Winter 2010: pp. 1061-1086.
  • Books & Book Chapters

  • Ahrens, Rüdiger. "Ethical Norms and Ethnic Frictions in the Novels of J. M. Coetzee." Racism, Slavery, and Literature. Eds. Wolfgang Zach and Ulrich Pallua. Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang, 2010. pp. 241-256.
  • Boyle, Jen E. "Affect and Perceptual Technics in Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year." Anamorphosis in Early Modern Literature: Mediation and Affect. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2010. pp. 139-152.
  • Carter, Linda. "Contaminated Copies: J. M. Coetzee's Foe." Generic Instability and Identity in the Contemporary Novel. Eds. Madelena Gonzalez and Marie-Odile Pittin-Hédon. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars; 2010. pp. 26-33.
  • Cohen, Margaret. "Remarkable Occurrences at Sea and in the Novel." The Novel and the Sea. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2010.
  • Darbyshire, Jayne. Wonders of the Peak Revisited: In the Footsteps of Daniel Defoe. Derby: DB Publishing, 2010.
  • Deschamps, Yannick. "Instruments of Darkness in the Enlightenment: Witches in Daniel Defoe's Occult Treatises." The Enlightenment by Night: Essays on After-dark Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. Serge Soupel, Kevin L. Cope, and Alexander Pettit. New York: AMS Press, 2010. pp. 261-276.
  • Goodwin, Mary. "The Exile at Home: Elizabeth Bishop and the End of Travel." Exile and the Narrative/Poetic Imagination.
    Ed. Agnieszka Gutthy. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2010. pp. 103-117.
  • Guilhamet, Leon. Defoe and the Whig Novel: A Reading of the Major Fiction. Cranbury, NJ: Rosemont, 2010.
  • Lifshey, Adam. "Castaway Colonialism: Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe and Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca's Account." Specters of Conquest: Indigenous Absence in Transatlantic Literatures. New York:
    Fordham University Press, 2010.pp. 62-89.
  • Lindner, Oliver. 'Matters of blood': Defoe and the Cultures of Violence. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2010.
  • Macpherson, Sandra. Harm's Way: Tragic Responsibility and the Novel Form. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 2010.
  • Molesworth, Jesse. "Defoe and the statistical (il)logic of the Novel." Chance and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Realism, Probability. Magic. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2010. pp. 97-129.
  • Mueller, Andreas Karl Ewald and Robert Mayer. A Critical Study of Daniel Defoe's Verse: Recovering the Neglected Corpus
    of His Poetic Work
    . Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.
  • Owen, C. M. The Female Crusoe: Hybridity, Trade and the Eighteenth-Century Individual. Amsterdam; New York, NY: Rodopi,
  • Prono, Luca. "Enslavement and Emancipation in Robinson Crusoe." Enslavement and Emancipation. Eds. Harold Bloom and
    Blake Hobby. New York, NY: Bloom's Literary Criticism, 2010. pp. 177-189.
  • Ritchie, Daniel E. "Learning to Read, Learning to Listen in Robinson Crusoe." The Fullness of Knowing: Modernity and Postmodernity from Defoe to Gadamer. Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 2010. pp. 9-36.
  • Sette, Miriam,  Il fantastico in Robinson Crusoe: Daniel Defoe e la Ragione trasfiguratrice, Carocci, Rome 2010.
  • Todd, Dennis. Defoe's America. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2010.
  • Underwood, Doug. "Journalism and the Rise of the Novel, 1700-1875: Daniel Defoe to George Eliot." Journalism and the Novel: Truth and Fiction, 1700-2000. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, (paperback edition) 2010. pp. 32-83.
  • Wallace, Tara Ghoshal. "Familial Identifications: Daniel Defoe's Colonel Jack and Moll Flanders and Tobias Smollet's Humphrey Clinker." Imperial Characters: Home and Periphery in Eighteenth-Century Literature. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2010. pp. 66-104.
  • Wiśniewski, Jacek. "The New Memoirs of a Cavalier: Keith Douglas's Alamein to Zem Zem as Travel Literature." Metamorphoses of Travel Writing: Across Theories, Genres, Centuries and Literary Tradition. Eds. Grzegorz Moroz and Jolanta Sztachelska. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2010. pp. 184-197.

Dissertations & Theses

  • Beggs, Courtney Beth . "Risky Business: The Discourse of Credit and Early Modern Female Playwrights before Defoe." Texas A&M U, 2010.
  • France, Magaret Eustace. "Now for Something Completely Different: Non Sequitur Sequels in Daniel Defoe, Sarah Fielding and Sarah Scott." University of California, Davis, 2010.
  • Gorelick, Nathan. "The Unconscious Enlightenment: The Origin of the Novel and the Logic of Fantasy." State University of New York at Buffalo, 2010.
  • Kristensen, Francesca Simkin . "Paradise Lost and the Early English Novel." U of Chicago, 2010.
  • Le, Ni-La. "Criminal Women in Vu Trong Phung's Lam Di (To Whore), Nguyen Hong's Bi Vo (Nicking) and Daniel Defoe's Moll Flanders and Roxana." University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2010.
  • Lo, Kyung Eun, "Envisioning Female Spectatorship: Visuality, Gender, and Consumerism in Eighteenth-Century Britain." Michigan State University, 2010.
  • Locke, Jennifer Nicole. "Novel Possibilities: Constructing Women's Futures Through Fiction, 1697-1799." University of California, Irvine, 2010.
  • Neimann, Paul Grafton. "Mechanical Operations of the Spirit : the Protestant Object in Swift and Defoe." M.A. Thesis. University of Texas at Austin, 2010.
  • Speller, Trevor Maurice, "Rational territories: Literature and the place of reason, 1650--1750." State University of New York at Buffalo, 2010.
  • 2010 Bibliography completed by Jordan Howell (University of Delaware)
  • Edited for Posting Online: Brianna Gormly (Whitman 2013).