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    James Boswell: “The Life of Johnson” (Cambridge U.P., 1992).

    Reviews. AJ, 5 (1992), 452-6; 18th-Century Scotland, 7 (1993), 30-1; Verbatim, (Autumn 1993), 8-9; Choice, May 1993 (#30-4836); SEL, 33 (1993), 690; South Atlantic Review, (Spring 1994), 125-9; Scottish Literary Journal, 39 (1994), 12-14; BJECS, 18 (1995), 92-4; The 18th Century: A Current Bibliography, n.s. 18 (1999 for 1992), VI: 337-38; English Studies, 75 (1994), 555-56; Primary Source Media on CD (Johnson-Boswell Section), 1996; 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, & Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 3 (1997), 409-16; East-Central Intelligencer, 12, (1998), 33.



    Literary Transmission and Authority: Dryden and Other Writers by Jennifer Brady, Greg Clingham, David Kramer, and Earl Miner. (Cambridge U.P., 1993).


    Reviews. CQ, 24 (1995), 177-81; SEL, summer 1994; NQ, 41 (1994), 569-70; TL, 4 (1995), 244-8; English Studies, 75 (1994), 554; Comparative Literature Studies, 33 (1996), 322-26.


    Questioning History: The Postmodern Turn to the Eighteenth Century (Associated U.P., 1998).

    Reviews. 8th-Century Fiction, 14 (1999), 506-9; SEL, 39:3 (1999), 624-25


    Making History: Textuality and the Forms of Eighteenth-Century Culture (Associated  U.P.,1998).

    Reviews. SEL, 39:3 (1999), 624-25.


    The Cambridge Companion to Samuel Johnson (Cambridge U.P., 1997, 1999).

    Reviews. Language and Literature, Nov. 97; Contemporary Review, 1584 (1998), 54; The Southern Johnsonian, June 1998, 1; Library Association Record, June 1998; English, 47 (1998), 81-87; Choice, 35: 11-12 (July-Aug. 1998), 6080; The New Rambler, 1996/97 issue, 56-57, SEL, 38 (1998), 579, BJECS, 21 (1998), 233-34, Etudes Anglaises, 51: 3 (1998), 347-48, Age of Johnson, 10 (1999), 292-302, Essays in Criticism, 49: 1 (1999), 75-81; English Studies, 80: 1 (1999), 64; Amazon.Com on line review, Nov. 4, 1998; East-Central Intelligencer, 13, No. 2 (May 1999), 19-21; NQ,n.s. 46, No. 1 (1999), 135-36; ECS, 33, No. 2 (2000), 297-98, 299.


    New Light on Boswell: Critical and Historical Essays on the Occasion of the Bicentenary of “The Life of Johnson” (Cambridge U.P., 1991).

    Reviews. LRB, 29 Aug. 1991, 17; Choice, Feb. 1992 (#29-3178); Johnsonian News Letter, Sept. 1991, 10-12; Societe d'Etudes Anglo- Americaines, March 1991; 18th-Century Scotland, Spring 1992, 15-16; SEL, Summer 1992, 596; AJ, 5 (1992), 447-51; Newsletter of Johnson Society of S. California, 1991, 5; Herald Weekender, 29 June 1991; South Atlantic Review, 58 (1993), 101-9; English Studies, 73 (1992), 537-8; Forum for Modern Language Studies, 28 (1992); Verbatim, 18 (1992); Dalhousie Review 71 (1992), 502-7; Biography, 16 (1993), 59-64; PLL, (1993), 457-9; BJECS, 16 (1993), 84; RES, 44 (1993), 428-9; Scottish Literary Journal, 39 (1994), 9-12; MP, (1994), 517-23; The 18th Century: A Current Bibliography, n.s. 17 (1991; pub. 1998), 338-39.


    Translation and Literature (Edinbugh U.P., 1992-95). Edited with Stuart Gillespie and Robert Cummings.

    Reviews. s TLS; History of European Ideas, 21 (1995), 295-96; History of European Ideas, 21 (1995), 709-10; Filter, 2 (1995), 89-90; Booknews, 1 June 1994


    “Resisting Johnson,” in Johnson Re-Visioned: Looking Before and After, ed. Philip Smallwood (Associated U.P., 2001), pp. 19-36.

    Reviews. TLS, 25 Jan. 2002, 31; Choice, Mar. 2002, 1238.


    “Double Writing: The Erotics of Narrative in Boswell's Life of Johnson,” in James Boswell: Psychological Interpretations ed. Donald J. Newman (St. Martin's Press, 1995), pp. 189-214.

    Reviews.
    18th-Century Scotland, 10 (1996), 16-18; Albion, 28 (1996), 496-97; ECS, 33, No.2 (2000), 298.