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The latest issue is now out: ECF 30.2, Winter 2017-18

Project MUSE

University of Toronto Press

Articles
Sociality and Good-Faith Economy in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Yu, pp. 153-173

Deathly Sentimentalism: Sarah Fielding, Henry Mackenzie, by Jonathan C. Williams, pp. 175-193

Mellifluent Sexuality: Female Intimacy in Ann Radcliffe’s The Romance of the Forest, by Jeremy Chow, pp. 195-221

“He bears no rival near the throne”: Male Narcissism and Early Feminism in the Works of Charlotte Dacre, by Jennifer L. Airey, pp. 223-241

The Sensation of Language in Jane Austen’s Persuasion, by Megan Quinn, pp. 243-263

Henry Crawford as Master Betty: Jane Austen on the “Disabling” of Shakespeare, by Chris Mounsey, pp. 265-286

Reviews/Critiques

On Hysteria: The Invention of a Medical Category between 1670 and 1820, by Sabine Arnaud (review)
pp. 287-290, Review by Philip Rieder

State of Nature, Stages of Society: Enlightenment Conjectural History and Modern Social Discourse, by Frank Palmeri (review)
pp. 291-293, Review by Ben Dew

Distraction: Problems of Attention in Eighteenth-Century Literature, by Natalie M. Phillips (review)
pp. 294-297, Review by Sara Landreth

Jane Austen and the Reformation: Remembering the Sacred Landscape, by Roger E. Moore (review)
pp. 297-299, Review by Alicia Kerfoot

Writing China: Essays on the Amherst Embassy (1816) and Sino-British Cultural Relations, ed. Peter J. Kitson and Robert Markley (review)
pp. 300-302, Review by Greg Clingham

Novel Affinities: Composing the Family in the German Novel, 1795–1830, by Sarah Vandegrift (review)
pp. 303-305, Review by Eleanor ter Horst

How Russia Learned to Write: Literature and the Imperial Table of Ranks, by Irina Reyfman (review)
pp. 306-308, Review by Katherine Bowers

Eighteenth-Century Escape Tales: Between Fact and Fiction, ed. Michael J. Mulryan and Denis D. Grélé (review)
pp. 308-310, Review by Olivier Delers

Jonathan Swift: Irish Blow-In by Eugene Hammond, and Jonathan Swift: Our Dean by Eugene Hammond (review)
pp. 311-314, Review by Norma Clarke

Memoirs of the Count of Comminge and The Misfortunes of Love, by Claudine-Alexandrine Guérin de Tencin (review)
pp. 315-316, Review byDiane Kelley