Table of contents for Caricature unmasked : irony, authenticity, and individualism in eighteenth-century English prints / Amelia Rauser.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Emblematism and Ideal Publicness
The Emblematic Worldview
Emblems: Ways of Reading
Publicness and Personal Identity
The Values of Publicness: Disinterestedness, Rationality, and Anonymity
2. Character or Caricature?
The 1740s: The Patriot Unmasked
Hogarth's Natural Characters
The Gentleman Caricaturist: George Townshend
The Backlash Against Caricature: The Case of John Wilkes
3. Caricature and Authenticity: Artifice, Masculinity, and the Macaroni
Macaronis and Politeness
Caricaturing the Macaroni
West's ?Death of Wolfe? and Reynolds's Portraits ``As''
Authentic Eccentricity
4. Caricature and Individualism: The Crisis in Representation
Unmasking American Licentiousness
Crises of Representation: Popular Sovereignty and Virtual Representation
Physiognomy, Rhetoric, and the Search for Natural Language
5. Caricature and Irony: Aestheticism, Embodiment, and Subjectivity
The Aestheticization of Political Prints
Irony and Unmasking
Embodying the Nation
Inventing John Bull
Caricature: A Case Study of the Butcher-Kissing Duchess
Epilogue: The Englishness of Caricature in Revolutionary France
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Prints, English -- 18th century.
Prints -- Social aspects -- England.
Caricature -- England -- History -- 18th century.
English wit and humor, Pictorial.