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About this book
This book explores ways in which passions came to be conceived, performed and authenticated in the eighteenth-century marketplace of print. It considers satire and sympathy in various environments, ranging from popular novels and journalism, through philosophical studies of the Scottish Enlightenment, to last words, aesthetics, and plastic surgery.
passions emotions novels poetry sympathy satire public sphere performance psychology moral sentiments print culture eighteenth-century Britain Adam Smith David Hume John Dennis Daniel Defoe Jonathan Swift Francis Hutcheson Eliza Haywood criticism Defoe emotion Framing Great Britain journalism Print