SHARAWADGI: The Romantic Return to Nature, by Ciaran Murray. Introductions by Seamus Deane and Mine Okachi. Bethesda: International Scholars Publications, 1998, 352 pp., unpriced.

As Seamus Deane says in his introduction, Ciaran Murray here proposes “a new axis for the intellectual history of the 18th century,” one which favors “altogether more irregular personalities.” One that also favors uncommon means.

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