Writings on Eighteenth-Century British Literature by Martin Maner

     "The Authorship of Swift’s Tale of a Tub--Once More.”  Swift Studies (forthcoming).
     "Psychobiography of an Eighteenth-Century Biographer." Psychohistory Review 23.1 (1994): 47-54.
     "Johnson's Redaction of Hawkesworth's Swift." Age of Johnson 2 (1989): 311-34.
     "Samuel Johnson, Scepticism, and Biography." Biography 12 (1989): 302- 19.
     The Philosophical Biographer: Doubt and Dialectic in Johnson's Lives of the Poets.
Athens:
         U of Georgia P, 1988.
     "The Probable and the Marvelous in Johnson's Life of
Milton." Philological Quarterly 66 (1987):
          391-409.
     "'The Last of the Learned Printers': John Nichols and the Bowyer-Nichols Press." English Studies
          65.1 (1984): 11-22.
     "Samuel Johnson's Lives: Its 'Nice Doubtfulness."' American Imago 40 (1983): 145-58.
     "Pope, Byron, and the Satiric Persona." Studies in English Literature 20 (1980): 557-73.
     "An Eighteenth-Century Editor at Work: John Nichols and Jonathan Swift." Papers of the
          Bibliographical Society of
America 70 (1976): 481-99.
     "Satire and Sympathy in Johnson's Life of Savage." Genre 8 (1975): 107-18.

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