“we past through the Wicket, inhabited by Gripe-Men-All, Arch-Duke of the Furr’d Law-Cats.” 1738 Rabelais' Works. pic.twitter.com/olnnElYRLV
@philistella So are we; we're going to be interested to see what changes once we've gathered a larger set of syllabi.
Eighteenth-Century Novel Course Syllabi: visualizations, speculation, and a plea earlynovels.withknown.com/201…
@gregg_sh We're working on something similar for the 1760s! Must discuss.
Asterisks and other impassioned typography in a translation of Tressyac de Vergy's _Mistakes of the Heart_ (1769) bit.ly/1DcWOb8
A very long epigraph in A Second Tale of a Tub (1715): flic.kr/p/wjCLZs