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The Rhetoric of Suffering
Reading the Book of Job in the Eighteenth Century
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of Hawkesworth and the South Pacific, Goldsmith and Godwin, Hume and Walpole, Blackstone and Bentham, Burke and Longinus, Richardson and Fielding, and Blackmore and Wright.
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The Times Higher Education Supplement The range of his reading is wide, and the detail sometimes stimulating. His discussion of Clarissa is especially notable.
Old Testament Abstracts, Vol. 19, 1996 This study will not surprise specialists in 18th-century British literature, but it will be a revelation to most everyone else.
John A. Newton, The Expository Times a work of many-sided erudition ... The author provides a devastating critique of the theodicy of Job's comforters and their eighteenth-century counterparts.