Clery, E.J. (2002) Introduction In, Clery, E.J., Franklin, Caroline and Garside, Peter (eds.) Authorship, Commerce and the Public: Scenes of Writing, 1750-1850. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan pp. 9-16.


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CONTENTS: List of Tables; List of Plates; Acknowledgements; Notes on the Contributors; Introduction: P.Garside, E.J.Clery & C.Franklin; PART I: AUTHORSHIP Anne Grant and the Professionalization of Privacy; P.Perkins Women Poets and Anonymity in the Romantic Era; P.R.Feldman Walter Scott: Anonymity and the Unmasking of the Harlequin; C.Lamont James Hogg and his Publishers: The Queen's Wake and Queen Hynde; D.S.Mack Author and Community: John Clare and John Taylor; P.Chirico PART II: COMMERCE Eliza Haywood and the Discourse of Taste; R.W.Jones Camilla in the Market Place: Moral Marketing and Feminist Editing in 1796 and 1802; S.Salih Economics, Expertise, Enterprise and the Literary Scene: The Commercial Management Ethos in British Circulating Libraries; C.Skelton-Foord Popular Romanticism?: Publishing, Readership and the Making of Literary History; B.Colbert PART III: THE PUBLIC Cultures of Print: Mass Markets and Theories of the Liberal Public Sphere; J.Stoddart 'The Hastings Circle': Writers and Writing in Calcutta in the Last Quarter of the Eighteenth Century; M.J.Franklin A 'Memorable Grave': The Abject Subtext of Charles Lloyd's Edmund Oliver; P.Keen State Patronage and the Romantic Writer: Henry Taylor's Modest Proposal; W.Christie

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