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Volume 1, Number 4 (July 1989)
Tom Jones and the Odyssey
by BRUCE STOVEL
Sufficient to the Day: Anxiety in Sir Charles Grandison
by LOIS A. CHABER
La Nouvelle Heloïse: Some Bibliographical Problems
by JO-ANN E. MCEACHERN
Conversion, Seduction, and Medicine in Smollett’s Ferdinand Count Fathom
by JOHN MCALLISTER

Volume 1, Number 3 (April 1989)
Narrative Contraries as Signs in Defoe’s Fiction
by ROBERT JAMES MERRETT
Exemplarity and Excess in Fielding’s Fiction
by JONATHAN LAMB
Les Deux Amis de Bourbonne: Physiologie et philosophie
by D.J. ADAMS
Enlightenment and Revolution: The Philosophical Novels of Dr John Moore
by GARY KELLY

Volume 1, Number 2 (January 1989)
Sir Charles Grandison: Richardson on Body and Character
by JULIET MCMASTER
The (Non)Sense of an Ending: Subversive Allusion and Thematic Discontent in Roderick Random
by RAYMOND A. STEPHANSON
The Black Captain and Scarmentado: Tyrant and Fool?
by ROY S. WOLPER
The Glory of Motion: Carriages and Consciousness in the Early Novel
by JOHN A. DUSSINGER

Volume 1, Number 1 (October 1988)
The Original of Pemberley
by DONALD GREENE
De Prévost à Sade
by JEAN SGARD
Energies of Mind: Plot’s Possibilities in the 1790s
by PATRICIA MEYER SPACKS

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