Unfelt : the language of affect in the British Enlightenment /
"Offers a new account of feeling in British Enlightenment literature, showing how writers discreetly evoke a hidden layer of affect that supports and intensifies our strongly felt passions and sentiments"--
Ithaca, New York :
Cornell University Press,
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