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The latest issue is now out: ECF 30.1, Fall 2017

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University of Toronto Press


The Maxims of Swift’s Psychological Fiction
pp. 1-23
Kelly Swartz

Serialized Identities and the Novelistic Character in Eliza Haywood’s Fantomina and Anti-Pamela
pp. 25-44
Leslie Morrison

Eros and Exchange Alley: Speculative Desire in Eliza Haywood’s Memoirs of a Certain Island
pp. 45-64
David Mark Diamond

Fielding after Mandeville: Virtue, Self-Interest, and the Foundation of “Good Nature”
pp. 65-87
Andrew Benjamin Bricker

Fetters and Free-thinking: Cylinda’s Conceptual Metaphors in Sarah Fielding and Jane Collier’s The Cry
pp. 89-108
Earla Wilputte

Bakhtin, Theory of Mind, and Pedagogy: Cognitive Construction of Social Class
pp. 109-126
Lisa Zunshine

Author, Author! The Newfound Significance of Colley Cibber Review Essay
pp. 127-131
Marcie Frank

The Other Rise of the Novel in Eighteenth-Century French Fiction by Olivier Delers (review)
pp. 131-134
Guillaume Ansart

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre: Genèse et philosophie de l’œuvre by Gabriel-Robert Thibault (review)
pp. 135-137
Moufida El Bejaoui

Disputed Titles: Ireland, Scotland, and the Novel of Inheritance, 1798–1832 by Natasha Tessone (review)
pp. 137-141
Cheryl L. Nixon

Essential Scots and the Idea of Unionism in Anglo-Scottish Literature, 1603–1832 by Rivka Swenson (review)
pp. 141-143
Sebastian Mitchell

Armed Ambiguity: Women Warriors in German Literature and Culture in the Age of Goethe by Julie Koser (review)
pp. 144-146
Rebecca Steele

Empiricist Devotions: Science, Religion, and Poetry in Early Eighteenth-Century England by Courtney Weiss Smith (review)
pp. 147-149
Seth Rudy

Surprise: The Poetics of the Unexpected from Milton to Austen by Christopher R. Miller (review)
pp. 150-152
Joel T. Terranova