2013 Bibliography

Secondary Sources


  • Alexander, Laura. “Literary and Commercial Exchanges in the Age of Defoe: Legacies of the ‘Fine Taste of Writing.’ Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 106-116. Web.
  • Alteri, Suzan. “The Classroom as Salon: A Collaborative Project on Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 79-94. Web.

  • Bertman, Stephen. “Defoe and ‘the Footprints of Man.’” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 130-43. Web.

  • Cruise, James. “A Journal of the Plague Year: Defoe’s Grammatology and the Secrets of Belonging.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 54.4 (Winter 2013): 479-95. Print.

  • Culea, Mihaela. “Addressing the Age-Old Question of Human Perfectibility in Daniel Defoe’s Mere Nature Delineated: Or, A Body Without a Soul.” Brno Studies in English 39 (2013): 199-209. Print.

  • Deschamps, Yannick. “Daniel Defoe’s Contribution to the Dispute over Occasional Conformity: An Insight into Dissent and ‘Moderation’ in the Early Eighteenth Century.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 46.3 (Spring 2013): 349-61. Print.

  • Donatini, Hilary Teynor. “Spotless Minds and Cultural Memory: Teaching Future Teachers in the United States.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 95-105. Web.

  • Fung, Julian. “Religion and the Anglican Narrator in Defoe’s Tour. SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 53.3 (Summer 2013): 565-82. Print.

  • Gani, Joe. “Sentence Length in Defoe and Graunt.” Mathematical Scientist 38.2 (Dec. 2013): 148-49. Print.

  • Gregg, Stephen H. “Swallows and Hounds: Defoe’s Thinking Animals.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 20-33. Web.

  • Hardy, Rob. “Ancients and Moderns and the Public Use of Learning. Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 65-78. Web.

  • Kelly, Caitlin L. “Private Meditations and Public History in Daniel Deofe’s A Journal of the Plague Year. Explicator 71.1 (Jan.-Mar. 2013): 52-55. Print.

  • Le Joliff, Tatiana Calderón, and Juan Fierro Bustos. “Robinson, Rousseau, y Rodríguez: el naufragio de la utopía latinoamericana en La Isla de Robinson de Arturo Uslar Pietri.” Revista Chilena de Literatura 83 (April 2013): 5-34. Print.

  • Loveman, Kate. “‘A Life of Continu’d Variety’: Crime, Readers and the Structure of Defoe’s Moll Flanders. Eighteenth Century Fiction 26.1 (Fall 2013): 1-32. Print.

  • Mentz, Steve. “‘Making the green one read’: Dynamic Ecologies in Macbeth Edward Barlow’s Journal, and Robinson Crusoe. Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 13.3 (Summer 2013): 66-83. Print.

  • Mueller, Andreas K.E. “A ‘Body Unfitt’: Daniel Defoe in the Pillory and the Resurrection of the Versifying Self.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 54.3 (Fall 2013): 393-407. Print.

  • Murata, Kazuho. “Investigating Defoe’s Style: As Seen in the Use of SHUT UP in A Journal of the Plague Year. Studies in English Language and Literature 56 (2013): 1-24.

  • Nelson, Holly Faith, and Sharon Alker. “Daniel Defoe and the Scottish Church.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 1-19. Web.

  • Novak, Maximillian. “Imaginary Voyages in Serious Reflections and A Vision of the Angelick World. Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 34-44. Web.

  • Owens, W.R. “Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, and the Barbara Pirates.” English: The Journal of the English Association. 62.236 (Spring 2013): 51-66. Print.

  • Regunathan, Swetha. “‘An Incongruous Monster”: Idolatrous Aesthetics in Crusoe’s China.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 45-64. Web.

  • Richetti, John. “On Reciting The True Born Englishman.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 117-20. Web.

  • Rodrigues, Jussara da Silva. “Vendredi ou les Limbes du Pacifique: Uma Nova Perspectiva do Individualismo Moderna na Sociedade Contemporânea.” Acta Scientiarum: Language and Culture 35.1 (Jan.-Mar. 2013): 1-9. Print.

  • Rogers, Pat. “References in Defoe’s Tour Thro’ Great Britain, Volume II. 60.258 Notes and Queries (Dec. 2013): 558-70. Print.

  • Sadow, Jonathan, “The Puppet Show Conundrum: Haywood and the “Fittest Entertainment for the Present Age.” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe & His Contemporaries 5.1 (Fall 2013): 121-29. Web.

  • Shimada, Takau. “A Possible Source for Goldsmith’s The Citizen of the World. 60.258 (Dec. 2013): 579-82. Print.

  • Strawn, Morgan. “‘Zealous for Their Own Way of Worship’: Defoe, Monarchy, and Religious Toleration during the War of the Quadruple Alliance.” Eighteenth Century Fiction 25.2
    (Winter 2012/2013): 327-57. Print.

  • Thompson, Helen. “‘It was Impossible to Know These People’: Secondary Qualities and the Form of Character in A Journal of the Plague Year.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 54.2 (Summer 2013): 153-67. Print.

  • Young, Paul. “Industrializing Crusoe: Adventure, Modernity and Anglo-American Expansionism.” Journal of Victorian Culture. 18.1 (Mar. 2013): 36-53. Print.

  • Books & Book Chapters

    Bayer, Gerd. “Crusoe’s Empire.” Cultural Encounters. Ed. Nicholas Birns. Ipswich, MA: Salem, 2013. 107-20. eBook.

  • Clegg, Jeanne. “Moll Flanders, Ordinary’s Accounts and Old Bailey Proceedings.” The Liminal Discourses: Subliminal Tensions in Law and Literature. Ed. Daniela Carpi and Jeanne Gaakeer. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013. 95-112. Print.

  • Fizer, Irene. “The Fur Parasol: Masculine Dress, Prosthetic Skins, and the Making of the English Umbrella in Robinson Crusoe. Eighteenth-Century Thing Theory in a Global Context: From Consumerism to Celebrity Culture. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013. 209-26. Print.

  • Jones, Emrys D. “Daniel Defoe and South Sea Friendship.” Friendship and Allegiance in Eighteenth-Century Literature: The Politics of Private Virtue in the Age of Walpole. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Print.

  • Kimpel, Imke. “‘Like Hermits in Holes and Caves’: Isolation as a Narrative Mode for Writing the Plague in Daniel Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year 1665.” Communicating Disease: Cultural Representations of American Medicine. Ed. Carmen Birkle and Johanna Heil. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag, 2013. 199-217. Print.

  • Magnot-Ogilvy, Florence. “Grossesses embarrassantes et enfants surnuméraires dans Moll Flanders: La Traduction française de 1761 et les surprises de bienséance.” Traduire en Française à l’âge classique, Génie national e genie des langues. Ed. Yen-Mai Tran-
  • Gervat. Paris: Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2013. 153-68. Print.

  • Marshall, Ashley. Defoe, Swift and New Varieties of Satire, 1700- 1725. The Practice of Satire in England, 1658-1770.  Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 150-93. Print.

    Martin, John. The Man That Never Was: Daniel Defoe 1644-1731—A Critical Revision of His Life and Writings. Kendal: Heritage Publications, 2013. Print.

    Merrett. Robert James. Daniel Defoe: Contrarian. Toronto: University of Toronto, 2013. Print.

    Sánchez-Eppler, Karen. Over a Century of Shipwrecks: American Child Readers and “Robinson Crusoe.” The Materials of Exchange between British and North East America, 1750-  1900. Ed. Daniel Maudlin and Robin Peel. Farnham: Ash-Tree, 2013. 117-42. Print.

  • Sette, Miriam. “Rewriting the Body: Transgression and Renewal in Daniel Defoe's Lady Roxana in Donne de-generate: La costruzione sociale trans-genre dell'identità femminile tra Settecento e Ottocento. Ed. Marcella Romeo. La Spezia: Agorà & Co, 2013. 73-82. Print.
  • Swaminathan, Srividhya. “Defoe’s Captain Singleton: A Study of Enslavement.” Invoking Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century British Imagination. Ed. Srividhya Swaminathan and Adam R. Beach. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013. 57-74.  Print.

  • Zuroski Jenkins, Eugenia. Defoe's Trinkets: Fiction's Spectral Traffic. A Taste for China: English Subjectivity and the Prehistory of Orientalism. New York: Oxford UP, 2013. 105–121.



  • 2013 Bibliography completed by Holly Faith Nelson (Trinity Western University, Canada)