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Acknowledgments                                             9
"Amicable Collision": Some Thoughts on the Reality
of Intellectual Exchange between Britain and France
in the Enlightenment
FRItDIRIC OG,tE                                          13
Part i Gardens, Pictures, and Music
Cross-Channel Exchanges and the Rise of the Landscape
Garden (1700-1815)
MICHEL BARIDON                                           37
From Continental Influence to British Independence:
Jonathan Richardson's Art Theories
ISABELLE BAUDINO                                         55
The Artistic Framing of English Nationalism in Hogarth's
The Gate of Cala4, or The Roast Beef of Old England
PETER WAGNER                                             71
The Britishness of Caricature in Revolutionary France
AMELIA RAUSER                                            88
From Rameau to Avison: Discord or Concord?
PIERRE DUBOIS                                           111
Part II: The Periodical &Esay and Philosophy
Of the Notion of Imitation: The Translations of La
Rochefoucauld in England in the Late Seventeenth and Early
Eighteenth Centuries
LINE COTTEGNIES                                         129
The Spectator's Curtailed Legacy: the Periodical Press Between
England and France in the 18th Century
CLAIRE BOULARD                                          144
"Une Teinture anglaise": English Aesthetics in Prevost's
Pour et contre
RORI BLOOM                                              162
Authority, Success, and the Philosopher: Hurne vs.
ROBERTr 1\IMANImN                                     177
Part I't DraIma, Poetry, ale) Fitio'n
Staging national identities: The English theatre viewed from
France in the Mid-Eighteenth Century.
JEFFREY HOPES                                         203
'The "Translation of Proserpine": Exchanges in and of a Myth
Between England and France
THOMAS DU'TrrT                                        231
How Far From the Madding Crowd? Gray, Algarotti, and the
European Republic of Letters
MARIA GRAZIA DONGU                                    252
The Englishness ofithe English Gothic Novel: Romance
Writing in an Age of Europhobia
PETER MORTENS EN                                      269
Contributors                                            290
Index                                                   293

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Great Britain Intellectual life 18th century, English literature 18th century History and criticism, Great Britain Civilization French influences, France Civilization British influences, France Intellectual life 18th century, English literature French influences, French literature English influences, Great Britain Relations France, France Relations Great Britain