A Companion to the Enlightenment
January 1991, Wiley-Blackwell
Roy Porter is a historian of the 18th century.
Pat Rogers is a specialist on literature of the period and editor of reference works.
Barbara Stafford is an art historian active in the American Society for 18th Century Studies.
* In-depth treatment of main intellectual and philosophical movements.
* 100 selected pictures enhance the text.
* Expert contributors from many disciplines.
"An informative and authoritative resource." English Literature
"This attractive reference book will be of enormous value to anyone interested in virtually any aspect of the Enlightenment ... an essential volume for libraries, Enlightenment scholars, and anyone interested in the age." History
"Fine guide ... easy to use." Social & Behavioral Sciences
"This encyclopedic Companion is a much-needed triumph. A superb collection of short entries by leading scholars who judiciously blend fact and interpretation. Will be received and remain as the standard reference tool. Illuminates every area of the Enlightenment." European History Quarterly
"An immensely useful work of reference. This is a book which should be in every student's study." British Journal for 18th Century Studies