The Shandean. Volume 18 November 2007. An annual volume devoted to Laurence Sterne and his Works.
This volume is fully bound in green book cloth/buckram. The front and rear paste-down's and free end-pages are comprised of single sheets of pale grey paper. To the rear of the volume are 2 pages of advertisments. On the last page are the printers details. Articles in this volume are: 1) Emblems of a Semiospereric Wit; Laurence Sterne's Pun on the 'Window-money' by Caballero-Aceituno, 2) Early Interpretations of Sterne's 'learned wit' in German Aesthetics by Hartvig, 3) Jefferson Revisited by Griffin, 4) Allusive, Ludicrous, Illusive; Games in and with Tristram Shandy by Illingworth, 5) Towards a Catalogue of Illustrated Laurence Sterne; Paintings and Prints by Friant-Kessler, B & G. 6) Music and Sound in Tristram Shandy by Miao, 7) Forging an Association; William Combe, Esq. and Laurence Sterne by Oakley, 8) Medical Realism and Fantasy in Tristram Shandy by Ishii, 9) Too Postmodern to Tell? The Late Reception of Laurence Sterne in Turkey by Hatipoglu, 10) Everyone Should Have an Uncle Like This by Pamuk, 11) Hour Party People and A Cock and Bull Story by Foley-Dawson, 12) Shandying it Away; Sterne's Theatricality by Newbould. Followed by Notes, Queries and Reviews.
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