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Volume 10, Number 4 (July 1998)
Fiction and Space/Genre romanesque et l’espace
Details of Space: Narrative Description in Early Eighteenth-Century Novels
by CYNTHIA WALL
Defoe and the London Wall: Mapped Perspectives
by EDWARD COPELAND
On Sterne’s Page: Spatial Layout, Spatial Form, and Social Spaces in Tristram Shandy
by CHRISTOPHER FANNING
There and Back Again: The Country and the City in the Fiction of Rétif de la Bretonne
by PETER WAGSTAFF
Le Voyage sadien en Italie: la Révolution française comme politique libertine dans l’Histoire de Juliette
by MLADEN KOZUL
Les Conduites spatiales des personnages masculins dans les écrits fictionnels de Mme de Staël
by CLAIRE GARRY-BOUSSEL

Volume 10, Number 3 (April 1998)
Mid-Century English Quixotism and the Defence of the Novel
by BREAN S. HAMMOND
Clarissa’s Treasonable Correspondence: Gender, Epistolary Politics, and the Public Sphere
by RACHEL K. CARNELL
My Treacherous Heart: Non-Rhetorical Registers of Truth in Pamela’s Ascent
by JACOB LITTLETON
Romantic Psychology and Kantian Ethics in the Novels of Isabelle de Charrière
by MADELEINE DOBIE
Turning the World Upside Down: Madness, Moral Management, and Frances Burney’s The Wanderer
by JUSTINE CRUMP
Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Single Illustrations of Boufflers’s Reine de Golconde
by ALEX SOKALSKI

Volume 10, Number 2 (January 1998)
Narrative News
by MICHAEL SEIDEL
Rethinking Reading: The Novel and Cultural Stratification
by WILLIAM RAY
Cross-Dressing and the Novel: Women Warriors and Domestic Femininity
by CATHERINE CRAFT-FAIRCHILD
Godwin’s Caleb Williams: Showing the Strains in Detective Fiction
by MICHAEL COHEN

Volume 10, Number 1 (October 1997)
Is Clarissa Bourgeois Art?
by DANIEL P. GUNN
Intertextual Conversations: The Love-Letter and the Footnote in Madame de Graffigny’s Lettres d’une Péruvienne
by AURORA WOLFGANG
L’imaginaire politique de l’abbé Prévost: de Cleveland aux Mémories de Malte
by GUILLAUME ANSART
Historiography, Pastoral, Novel: Genre in The Man of Feeling
by APRIL LONDON
Extreme Events: Scott’s Novels and Traumatic History
by EVERETT ZIMMERMAN
Associationism and the Dialogue in Emma
by MARJORIE GARSON

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