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Defoe's Review 1704-13, Volume 1 (1704-5): v. 1 Hardcover – 15 Oct 2003


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'The edition is the product of considerable skill and work on the part of an outstanding Defoe scholar. It is unlikely to be replaced in many generations (if ever), and will remain the standard reference source for anyone using the Review from now on.' Pat Rogers, University of South Florida 'The editor is to be commended for producing such an eminently useful edition, replete with explanatory footnotes at the end of each issue and an Introduction that places Defoe's Review in the historical context of its time.' The Age of Johnson

About the Author

John McVeagh is lecturer at the University of Ulster and is a volume editor for the Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe and Writings on Travel, Discovery and History by Daniel Defoe which are both produced by Pickering and Chatto.


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