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Broadie, Alexander, ed., The Scottish Enlightenment: An Anthology, Canongate Publications Limited, 1998.

Broadie reveals the importance of Scottish thinkers
and writers during the Enlightenment by compiling
historical information with relevant writings, some of
which have not been reprinted since the eighteenth
century. The book is arranged by subject, making it
easy for students to find passages relevant to their interests.




Gossman, Lionel, French Society and Culture: Background for Eighteenth-Century Literature, Prentice-Hall, 1972.

Gossman presents a historical and cultural context for
the Enlightenment and other writing during eighteenth-
century France. This context depicts the society
in which and for which the Enlightenment
emerged.



Green, Frederick C., Literary Ideas in 18th-Century France and England: A Critical Survey, Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, 1966.

This enduring study of eighteenth-century thought
and literature provides a thorough context for studying
the Enlightenment. There are numerous references
to the career of Denis Diderot, philosopher and
encyclopedist of the...



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