Issue 57.1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Julia V. Douthwaite, “Is Charity for Schmucks?: The Legitimacy of Bienfaisance ca. 1760–82 and ca. 2013–15.”

Bryan Alkemeyer, “The Natural History of the Houyhnhnms: Noble Horses in Gulliver’s Travels.”

Erin E. Forbes, “‘Between the Human and Brutal Creation’: Posthuman Agency and the Samuel Frost Corpus.”

Matthew J. Rigilano, “Embodying the Invisible: Materiality and Subjectivity in Cavendish, Manley, and Haywood.”

Gabriel Cervantes and Dahlia Porter, “Extreme Empiricism: John Howard, Poetry, and the Thermometrics of Reform.”

Daniel DeWispelare, “‘What we want in Elegance, we gain in Copiousness’: Eighteenth-Century English and Its Empire of Tongues.”

George E. Haggerty, “Gothic Portraits” (Book Review).

Catherine Packham, ‘History, the Novel, and the French Revolution” (Book Review).

Elizabeth Kraft, “‘Happy the Man’: The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Pursuit of Happiness” (Book Review).

Taylor Schey, “The Ends of Pleasure” (Book Review).