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Brant, Clare

Fame and Fortune

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Clare Brant, George Rousseau

Part I. Hill and Lives

2. The Biographer’s Tale: Second Thoughts About ‘Filter Hill’
George Rousseau

3. The Propagation of Lives: Sir John Who?
Clare Brant

4. Sir John Hill and Friendship
Emrys D. Jones

Part II. Hill and Literature

5. John Hill and Mary Cooper: A Case Study in Eighteenth-Century Publishing
Beverly Schneller

6. ‘The Ravished Organs of the Attentive Audience’: John Hill and Christopher Smart
Min Wild

7. ‘Unassisted Hill’: Churchill’s Satire and the Fate of the Virtuoso
Adam Rounce

8. John Hill and His Erotic Satires
Julie Peakman

Part III. Hill and Public Places

9. The Doctor as Man of Letters: Mid-Georgian Transformations
George Rousseau

10. Coffeehouse Sociability, Science and Public Life in John Hill’s ‘The Inspector’
Markman Ellis

11. The Inspector at Large: Investigating the Spaces of London
Chris Ewers

Part IV. Hill and Sciences

12. A Dwarf on Giant’s Shoulders: Sir John Hill and Geology
Christopher J. Duffin

13. Sir John Hill as Botanist: The Vegetable System

Brent Elliott

14. John Hill, Exotic Botany and the Competitive World of Eighteenth-Century Horticulture
Sarah Easterby-Smith

Keywords: History, History of Britain and Ireland, History of Science, History of Medicine, Cultural History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
23 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137580542
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-58053-5

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