Vol 32 & 33 & from print to open access

2021 – Volume 32

The Shandean Volume 32 2021

Volume 32 (2021) is printing now and will be sent to all subscribers end 2021. It has 212 pages and 18 illustrations, mostly in colour. The beautiful marbling on the cover is from the 1775 ‘New Edition’ of Tristram Shandy, Volume 3, p. 22. See Contents and Abstracts and how to order Volume 32 (2021).

2022 – Volume 33

The next Volume 33 (2022) will be the last volume of The Shandean in its present printed & paid form and can be ordered here. More information of this last and special volume will follow later.

2023 – From print to open access

From 2023 onwards we will continue – free of charge – in open access format as The Shandean (Online) via the same and well-known website shandean.org.

Marbled pages of The Shandean

The Shandean Volume 32 2021

The marbling on the cover of The Shandean Volume 32 (2021) is from the 1775 ’New Edition’, volume 3, p. 22 of Tristram Shandy.
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The Shandean Volume 31 2020

The marbling on the cover of The Shandean Volume 31 (2020) is from the 2020 Folio Society Limited Edition of Tristram Shandy, with a tipped-in hand-marbled leaf by Jemma Lewis on page 173.
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Marbling The Shandean 30 (2019) is from Tristram Shandy, A New Edition, Altenburgh: for Richter and Boehme, 1772,  volume 3 between pp. 10-11, varnished with gum, verso blank.
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Marbling The Shandean 29 (2018) is from the 1985 Czech edition of Tristram Shandy by Odeon, with illustrations by Jiří Ŝalamoun, p. 185.
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Marbling The Shandean 28 (2017) is from volume 3 of the 1777  ‘New Edition’ by Dodsley of Tristram Shandy, p. [21].
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Marbling The Shandean 27 (2016) is from the New Edition of 1775. vol. 3, p. 22.
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Marbling The Shandean 26 (2015) is from the edition published by J. Bumpus in 1818, vol. 1, p. 330.
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Marbling The Shandean 25 (2014) is from the New Edition of 1775, vol 3, p. 22.
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Marbling The Shandean 24 (2013) is from a design by conceptual artist Nick Thurston.
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Marbling The Shandean 23 (2012) is from Dodley’s 1773 ‘New Edition’, vol. 3, p. 21.
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Marbling The Shandean 22 (2011) by Christopher Rowlatt for Shandy Hall’s ‘Emblem of my Work’ project.
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Marbling The Shandean 21 (2010) is from p. 267 of vol. 1 of the four-volume 1803 Works by Johnson, Robinson, Becket, et al.
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Marbling The Shandean 20 (2009) by Ilona Hesse, of p. 264 Michael Walter’s translation of Tristram Shandy (Eichborn Verlag, Berlin, 2006).
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Marbling The Shandean 19 (2008) is from vol. 1, p. 282 of J.L. Legrand’s two volume edition of Tristram Shandy (Basil: 1792).
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Marbling The Shandean 18 (2007) ‘Pause on the Landing’, is by Tom Phillips, R.A., and designed for the Laurence Sterne Trust in 2005.
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Marbling The Shandean 17 (2006) is from Tristram Shandy, vol. 3 of Dodsley’s New Edition (1773), p. 21.
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Marbling The Shandean 16 (2005) is from vol. xi of Cooke’s Edition of Select Novels (1793), p. 12.
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Marbling The Shandean 15 (2004) is from Tristram Shandy (A New Edition), 1770), vol. 3, p.22.
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Marbling The Shandean 14 (2003) is from Tristram Shandy (Joseph Wenman, 1781), vol. 3, p. 15.
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Marbling The Shandean 13 (2002) is from the 1798 Works, vol. 2, p. 112.
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Marbling The Shandean 12 (2001) is from the third (1773) Dublin edition p. 203.
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Marbling The Shandean 11 (1999/2000) is from Harrison’s Tristram Shandy (1787), p. 101.
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Illustration The Shandean 10 (1998) is from the Works of Laurence Sterne, vol. 1, p. 271.
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Marbling The Shandean 9 (1997) is from the 1777 ‘New Edition’ of Tristram Shandy, vol. 3, p. 22.
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Marbling The Shandean 8 (1996) is from the 1768 ‘new’ edition of  Tristram Shandy, vol. 3.
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Marbling The Shandean 7 (1995) is from the first edition of Bode’s translation of Tristram Shandy (Hamburg, 1774), vol. 3, p. 175.
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Marbling The Shandean 6 (1994) is from the 1796 Basle edition by J.J. Tourneisen, p. 282.
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Marbling The Shandean 5 (1993) is from the 10-volume edition of the Works (1788), vol. 2, p. 112.
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Marbling The Shandean 4 (1992) is from the R. Sammer, Vienna, edition of Tristram Shandy, (1798), vol. 3, p. 119.
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Marbling The Shandean 3 (1991) is from the first edition of Tristram Shandy, vol. 3 (1761), p. 169.
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Marbling The Shandean 2 (1990) is from Cooke’s edition of Tristram Shandy (1797), vol. 3, facing p. 13, Monkman Collection, Shandy Hall.
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Marbling The Shandean 1 (1989) is from a first edition of Tristram Shandy, vol. 3 (1761), Monkman Collection, Shandy Hall.
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Preview of The Shandean Volume 32 (2021)

The Shandean Volume 32 2021

This is the marbling on the cover of the new volume of The Shandean Volume 32 (2021). The marbling is from the 1775 ‘New Edition’ of Tristram Shandy, volume 3, p. 22.

The Shandean Volume 32 (2021) will be published in November 2021.

The Contents and Abstracts of this new volume are online.

You can order The Shandean Volume 32 (2021) now.
Please send the order form to Jessy van Geloven: theshandean@xs4all.nl

The editors of The Shandean are very grateful for your support.

Fourth ILSF Conference – 28 to 30 October 2021 in Palazzo Du Mesnil, Naples

Fourth International Laurence Sterne Foundation Conference, Naples 2021
Palazzo Du Mesnil – Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 October 2021

Sterne and the Grand Tour: Places, Postures, Portraits
 … and here I am, as happy as a king after all, growing fat, sleek, and well-liking —not improving in stature, but in breadth. We have a jolly carnival of it — nothing but opera-punchinelloes-festinos and masquerades —
(Letters, 269, to John Hall Stevenson, Naples, 5 February 1766) 

Sterne’s eccentric Grand Tour through Italy culminated in Naples, where he arrived ‘Shandaically’ enough just in time for the pre-Lenten festivities in February 1766. As the epigraph makes clear, he seemed utterly in tune with the intoxicating festive mood pervading the town and was impressed by the local celebrations, especially the renowned fêtes and masquerades given by Eleonora Borghese, Principessa Francavilla, at the gorgeous Palazzo Cellamare with its luxuriant gardens. 

For the Fourth Conference in Naples the ILSF warmly welcomes proposals that focus on Sterne’s artful investment in all aspects related to the Grand Tour. Topics may include the following: 

  • The Grand Tour in the eighteenth century and Sterne’s narrative ’detours’
  • Sterne in Italy between antique and modern arts
  • Sterne and learned wit 
  • The metaphor of writing as travelling and Sterne’s travesties and postures
  • Sterne’s authorial masks and the festive repertoire of the carnivalesque

We also welcome proposals for themed panels.

Abstracts (max 300 words) should be sent to Peter de Voogd (theshandean@fastmail.fm) and to Maria Laudando (cmlaudando@unior.it). The deadline is 31 July 2021.

Conference fee
Before 10 August: €80 – non-waged €60
After 10 August: €100 – non-waged €80
Conference dinner: €30

Payment
in Euro by bank transfer: made payable to St. Int. Sterne Foundation
IBAN: NL92 INGB 0006252439 – Bic/Swift: INGBNL2A
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in Euro via PayPal: account name: theshandean@fastmail.fm

To register
Please email to theshandean@fastmail.fm stating your name, affiliation, and payment details.

Where & when
We do hope to be able to host the Conference “live” in Naples at Palazzo Du Mesnil (Via Partenope 10/A, with access in Via Chiatamone 61/62) from 28 to 30 October 2021. In case of persisting restrictions due to the ongoing global pandemic, the event will be postponed to March 2022.

New in November: The Shandean Volume 31 (2020)

The new Volume 31 (2020) of The Shandean has gone to the typesetter and will be published in November 2020. All Contents and Abstracts of The Shandean Volume 31 (2020)

The marbling on the cover of The Shandean Volume 31 (2020) is from the 2020 Folio Society Limited Edition of Tristram Shandy, with a tipped-in hand-marbled leaf by Jemma Lewis on page 173.

You can order this new Volume 31 (2020) of The Shandean now.
The editors look forward to your order and would like to thank you in advance for your continuing support.

Laurence Sterne Portrait Gallery

~ A Selection of Heads ~

1760
Laurence Sterne mezzotint engraving by Edward Fisher, after Reynolds portrait of 1760.
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c. 1766
Laurence Sterne by Joseph Nollekens, marble bust.
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1774
Laurence Sterne engraving by Anon.
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Laurence Sterne The Shandean

1775 
Frontispiece engraving of Mrs. Medalle with Nollekens bust of Laurence Sterne by J. Caldwell after B. West. 
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The Shandean Laurence Sterne

1779
Laurence Sterne engraving by C.F. Fritschius. Dutch translation of Tristram Shandy.
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1785
Laurence Sterne frontispiece portrait and preaching by Waller after Dodd.
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Laurence Sterne

1787
Laurence Sterne by James Heath after Hopkins.
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The Shandean Laurence Sterne

1788
Laurence Sterne engraving by I.K. Sherwin.
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1793
Laurence Sterne by J. Barlow. 
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1799
Laurence Sterne engraving by Robert Scott.
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1803 
Laurence Sterne engraving by Saint-Aubin after Sébastien-Joseph Misbach.
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Laurence Sterne

1806
Laurence Sterne by C. Campbell.
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c. 1812
Laurence Sterne stipple engraving by Sasso.
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1813
Laurence Sterne engraving after Barlow.
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1836
Laurence Sterne woodcut portrait after Reynolds.
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1838
Laurence Sterne portrait by Ferdinand after Napoleon Thomas.
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1850
Laurence Sterne engraved portrait after Reynolds, single sheet.
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1884
Laurence Sterne photogravure by Maurice Leloir, frontispiece portrait after Reynolds in oval under roses, below Toby reading map and Maria.
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1884
Laurence Sterne photo by Ernst Hader.
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Laurence Sterne

1905
Laurence Sterne by Mona Junnidivan.
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The Shandean Laurence Sterne

1962
Laurence Sterne illustration in A Signet Classic.
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1967
Laurence Sterne illustration in Airmont Publishing Company.
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1967
Laurence Sterne portrait after Reynolds in Penguin.
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1981
Laurence Sterne linocut portrait by Michael Kane.
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2011
Laurence Sterne magic ink trading card.
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Preview The Shandean Volume 30 (2019)

The marbling on the cover of Volume 30 (2019) is taken from Tristram Shandy, A New Edition, Altenburgh: for Richter and Boehme, 1772,  volume 3 between pp. 10-11, varnished with gum, verso blank.

The marbling on the cover of Volume 30 (2019) is taken from Tristram Shandy, A New Edition, Altenburgh: for Richter and Boehme, 1772,  volume 3 between pp. 10-11, varnished with gum, verso blank.

Contents of Volume 30 (2019).

The Shandean Volume 30 (2019) will be published in November 2019. 
You can order this volume now.