Richard Taylor. “‘Future Retrospection’: Rereading Sheridan’s Reviewers” in Sheridan Studies, ed. David Crane and James Morwood (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995): 47-57.
Richard Taylor. “James Harrison’s The Novelist’s Magazine and the Early Canonizing of the English Novel” SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 33 (Summer 1993): 629-643.
Richard Taylor. Goldsmith As Journalist. Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson UP; London and Toronto: Associated UP, 1993.
This book invites a reconsideration of the early career of Oliver Goldsmith, who not only exemplifies but consistently comments on the state of the press in High Georgian England. Goldsmith’s journalistic voice is incredibly diverse and frequently self contradictory supplying us with a narrative of social protest and professional accommodation.
Luke Whisnant’s first novel. Readers see themselves and their society through the eyes of three visiting Chinese graduate students who are perplexed by the difference between Tide, Cheer, and Biz; Monday Night Football;Dallas; and other American cultural phenomena.
Richard Taylor. “The Politics of Goldsmith’s Journalism” Philological Quarterly 69 (Winter 1990): 71-89.
Richard Taylor. “Goldsmith’s First Vicar.” Review of English Studies 41 (March 1990): 191-99.