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Mary Davys - Annotated Bibliography

Charlotte Charke and the Liminality of Bi-Genderings: A Study of Her Canonical Works

George Lillo and The Victims of Economic Theory


"Cluster Technique and Electronics in the Literature Classroom."  [MLA Collected Volume on Teaching Smarter.]            NY: MLA, Forthcoming, 2003-2004.

"Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins."  New Dictionary of National Biography.  Oxford, England: Oxford
 University Press.  [submitted 1/25/01 and accepted for publication 2002.]

 "Eliza K. Mathews."  New Dictionary of National Biography.  Oxford, England: Oxford University
 Press.   [submitted  12/20/00 and accepted for publication 2002.]

"Samson Occom And/In the Missionary['s] Position: Consideration of the Post Colonial Preacher." Special
Issue of the INCS Conference, Yale 2000, The Wordsworth Circle 32.1 (Winter 2001): 14 - 20.

"George Lillo and the Victims of Economic Theory."  Special Issue: English Drama, 1650-1760: A Critical
Miscellany. Studies in the Literary Imagination.  32. 2 (Winter 2000): 77 - 88.

"Charlotte Charke and the Liminality of Bi-Gendering: A Study of the Canonical Works." In Pilgrimage For
Love: New Essays in Early Modern Literature. Vol. 213.  MRTS. Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Center Medieval and    Renaissance Studies, 1999.  Pp. 221 - 248.

"Mary Davys."  In Eighteenth-Century Anglo-American Women Novelists.  Eds. Doreen Alvarez-Saar and Mary        Anne Schofield.  New York: G. K. Hall, An Imprint of Simon & Schuster, Macmillan,1996.  Pp. 118-131.

"Manly Vigour and Woman's Wit': Engendering Dialogue in the Dramas of Eliza Haywood."  In Compendious
Conversations: The Methods of Dialogue in the Early Enlightenment.  Ed. K. C. Cope.  NY: Lang,
1993.  Pp. 257 - 266.

 "`And They Laid Poor Jesse in His Grave': A Study of Four James Ballads."  In Festschrift in Honor of Dr.
George Boswell.  Jackson: Mississippi Folklore Society, 1990.