Eighteenth-Century Fiction and the Law of Property

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Addison, Joseph, 69, 88, 90
Adorno, Theodor, 2
Allen, Ralph, 87, 95
Amory, Hugh, 101
Anderson, Benedict, 12–14, 202
appropriation,
and the body, 45–49, 52–60, 115–117
genesis and phenomenology of, 32–33, 66
and use, 38–40
architecture,
Blackstone's “Elements of Architecture, 164–165
Gothic revival, 163–164
neoclassicism, 85–86, 150, 164
Armstrong, Dianne, 36
Arneil, Barbara, 56
Austen, Jane, 154
Barthes, Roland, 23–24, 26, 28–29
Bartsch, Shadi, 29
Battestin, Martin, 150, 229 n. 50
Baudrillard, Jean, 218 n. 3
Bender, John, 64
Benedict, Barbara, 145, 147, 151
Bentham, Jeremy, 171, 194, 202, 203, 204, 205, 213
Blackstone, William, 8, 16, 18, 22, 32, 83, 86, 102, 103, 164–174, 194, 201, 202, 203, 204
Blount, Thomas, 18
Bossu, Rene de, 28, 70
Botting, Fred, 239 n. 23
Braudy, Leo, 36
Brown, Homer Obed, 36, 101, 229 n. 50, 232 n. 98
Brown, Lancelot, 176
Brown, Laura, 106
Brydall, John, 232 n. 95
Bunn, James, 106
Burke, Edmund, 151–154, 160, 161, 164, 166, 169–174, 177, 194, 203, 204, 205, 213
Bynkershoek, Cornelius van, 40
Carter, Samuel, 14, 18
Chandler, James, viii, 162
civil law, 32, 200
Cobbett, William, 74
code of France, 201, 203, 209
Coke, Edward, 15–21, 42–43, 49, 77, 104, 171
colonialism, 41, 60–62, 191
and law, 32–35, 43–46, 55–57, 190
Columbus, Christopher, 56
commodification,
see objectification, history of
commodity,
interiority of, 134, 146–147, 211–212, 217
porosity of, 95–96, 121, 127–130
see also fetish; property, landed
common law, 8–10
accretiveness of, 166–168, 173
and “entailment, 81–82, 166, 196–199
and Glorious Revolution, 80–83
and Gothic castle, 164–172, 203, 209
intentionality of, 168–170
and latitudinarianism, 66–67
and neoclassicism, 85–86, 164–165
and nulle terre sans seigneur, 32, 34–35, 66, 91–92
and plenitude, 91–95
relationship to natural law, 32–34, 41–45, 49–51, 66, 91–92, 104
and “reversion, 82–84
and “time out of mind, 16–19, 200–201
see also custom
community,
and communal form, 14–20, 65–66, 104, 134, 182–185, 214
and division of the soil, 20, 43–45, 47–48, 169–170
and modern nation, 12–14, 202–204
as web of time, space, practice, 14, 17, 19, 44–45, 94–95, 104, 180, 206, 214

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