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Volume 11, Number 4 (July 1999)
The Plots of Early English Novels: Narrative Mappings Rooted in Land and Law
by ELEANOR F. SHEVLIN
A Certain Sign that He Is One of Us: Clarissa’s Other Libertines
by TIFFANY POTTER
Effeminacy and Femininity: Domestic Prose Satire and David Simple
by FELICITY NUSSBAUM
Orient romanesque et satire de la religion: Claude Crébillon, Tanzaï et Néadarné et le Sopha
by CAROLE DORNIER
The Politics of Seduction in British Fiction of the 1790s: The Female Reader and Julie, ou La Nouvelle Héloïse
by CLAIRE GROGAN
Radical Marriage
by SARAH EMSLEY

Volume 11, Number 3 (April 1999)
Abuse and Atonement: The Passion of Clarissa Harlowe
by PEGGY THOMPSON
Obscènes Détails: contre-écriture de la scène sadienne
by ÉRIC BORDAS
The Marquis de Sade and Courtly Love
by LORNA BERMAN
Her Blacks, Her Whites and Her Double Face!: Altering Alterity in The Wanderer
by SARAH SALIH
Those Simple Signs: The Performance of Emotion in Elizabeth Inchbald’s A Simple Story
by NORA NACHUMI
Young Jane Austen and the First Canadian Novel: From Emily Montague to “Amelia Webster” and Love and Freindship
by JULIET MCMASTER

Volume 11, Number 2 (January 1999)
Toujours Usbek
by PHILIP STEWART
Poétique du fantasme chez Prévost: le cas d’un rêve d’angoisse dans les Mémoires et aventures d’un homme de qualité
by ÉRIK LEBORGNE
David Simple and the Attenuation of “Phallic Power”
by ALEXANDER PETTIT
A Most Sensible Oeconomy: From Spectacle to Surveillance in Sarah Scott’s Millenium Hall
by NANETTE MORTON
The Political Novel and the Seduction Plot: Thomas Holcroft’s Anna St. Ives
by KATHERINE BINHAMMER
I see Everything As You Desire Me to Do: The Scolding and Schooling of Marianne Dashwood
by BARBARA K. SEEBER

Volume 11, Number 1 (October 1998)
La Fiction, le récit et le livre: l’illustration du Télémaque de Fénelon
by CLAUDE LABROSSE
Moll Flanders: The Felon as Lawyer
by BETH SWAN
The Gnostic Clarissa
by MARGARET ANNE DOODY
The Shadow of an Author: Eliza Haywood
by PAULA R. BACKSCHEIDER
Une Vision satirique de la justice à travers Le Président mystifé de Sade
by IRÈNE AGUILÀ SOLANA

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