The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution

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Index
Addington, Henry, 6
American novels, 63, 65, 95, 229n.59
American War of Independence, 156
Anabaptism, 83
Analytical Review, 174, 192, 193
Anti-Catholicism, 7
Anti-Gallicanism, 7, 8, 45, 55
Anti-Jacobin novel
as propaganda, 9, 21 , 30, 134, 209
attacks individuals, 76–77, 226n.25
chronology, 10, 23, 207
effect on novel's development, 208
fusingideology and plot, 61 –64
major themes, 11 , 205–207
problem of definition, 203
why written, 12, 21–27, ch. 6, 204–206
Anti-Jacobin Press, 187
Anti-Jacobin Review, 4, 7, 10, 88, 168, 174, 180, 187, 191 , 194
Anti-Jacobin, The, 10, 174, 176, 177, 191 , 193, 199
Anti-Jacobinism, definition of, 7, 8, 10, 65, 70, 205, 207–208
Association for the Preservation of Liberty and Property, 8, 17
Austen, Jane, 93, 204
Northanger Abbey, 18, 62
Bage, Robert, 192
Hermsprong, 49, 193
Man As He Is, 187, 193
Barbauld, Anna Laetitia
An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Novel Writing, 13
Barrett, Eaton Stannard
Heroine, The, 60, 61
Barruel, Abbé Augustin, 10, 44, 191
Barton, James, The Remorseless Assassin, 235n.57
Bastille, The, 31 , 46, 50, 57–58, 81 , 100, 117
Beckford, William, 73
Bell, Joseph, 189
Berkeley Hall: or, the Pupil of Experience, 96, 101 , 119, 152, 153
Bisset, Robert, 174, 178, 179–180, 181 , 184, 187, 205
Douglas, 66, 76, 83, 86, 87, 123, 148, 161 –162, 163, 180, 187, 194, 237n.5, 207, 217n.20, 226n.25, 236n.63
Modern Literature, 19, 20, 61 , 83, 87, 180, 207, 226n.25
Black Lamp conspiracy, 5
Blagdon crisis. See More, Hannah
Blake, William, 170–171
British Critic, 4, 10, 174, 176, 177, 178, 180, 188, 190, 191 , 193–196, 198, 238n.15
Brothers, a Novel for Children, The, 136–137
Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, 151 –152, 178
Arthur Fitz-Albini, 25, 93, 119, 132–133, 139, 151 , 152, 154–155, 198
Le Forester, 97, 151
Mary de Clifford, 151
Burdett, Sir Francis, 120, 206
Burges, Mary Anne
Progress of the Pilgrim Good-Intent, The, 10, 67, 75, 141
Burke, Edmund, 4, 46, 48, 71 , 142, 147–148, 152, 163, 166, 205
and new philosophy, 79
and social mobility, 151
Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, 128
attack on Rousseau, 77–78
Letter to a Member of the National Assembly, 77–78
Letter to a Noble Lord, 108, 112, 114–115
oak tree metaphor, 71 , 105
Reflections on the Revolution in France, 6, 22, 26, 28, 30, 33, 38, 45, 87, 105, 108, 118–119, 128, 146, 149, 221 n.30, 225n.11
Burney, Frances, 181 , 192, 193
Journals and Letters, 44
Wanderer, The, 44, 61 , 62, 222n.49
Burns, Robert, 170–171

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