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Volume 13, Number 4 (July 2001)
Defoe’s “South-Sea” and “North-Sea” Schemes: A Footnote to A Voyage Round the World
by P.N. FURBANK and W.R. OWENS
Highway Robbery and Property Circulation in Eighteenth-Century English Narratives
by PATRICK PARRINDER
Thou Hast Made a Rake a Preacher: Beauty and the Beast in Richardson’s Pamela
by ARLENE FISH WILNER
Frances Sheridan Reads John Home: Placing Sidney Bidulph in the Republic of Letters
by BETTY A. SCHELLENBERG
The Loiterer and Jane Austen’s Literary Identity
by LI-PING GENG

Volume 13, Number 2-3 (January-April 2001)
Transformations du genre romanesque au XVIIIe siècle
Introduction by English Showalter
La Réhabilitation du roman français: souvenirs et conjectures
by GEORGES MAY
Was the Eighteenth Century Long Only in England?
by JOAN DEJEAN
The Rise of I
by PHILIP STEWART
Le Mot « roman »
by JEAN SGARD
La Fiction courte en France, 1790-1800
by MALCOLM COOK
Une « Œuvre fondatrice »: Les Illustres Françaises
by FRÉDÉRIC DELOFFRE
Nouveauté de La Nouvelle Héloïse
by CLAUDE LABROSSE
Destin du conte moral
by HENRI COULET
Variations du roman-liste: du temps individuel au temps historique
by MICHEL DELON
La Contamination des genres chez Diderot: contes, nouvelles, entretiens, ou dialogues philosophiques?
by JEAN TERRASSE
Le Dolbreuse de Loaisel de Tréogate: du roman libertin au «roman utile»
RAYMOND TROUSSON
Paul et Virginie: The Shipwreck of an Idyll
by LIEVE SPAAS
Strategic Timing: Women’s Questions, Domestic Servitude, and the Dating Game in Montesquieu
by JANET ALTMAN
Le Langage du corps romanesque des Illustres Françaises (1713) à La Sorcière de Verberie (1798)
by MONIQUE MOSER-VERREY
Coupling the Novel: Reading Bodies in La Morlière’s Angola
by THOMAS M. KAVANAGH
Reading Lives « à la manière des romans de Crébillon »
by JOAN HINDE STEWART
Le Roman au miroir du dramatique
by HENRI LAFON
Madame de Graffigny, Reader of Fiction
by ENGLISH SHOWALTER
Cover Stories: Enlightenment Libertinage, Postmodern Recyclage
by NANCY K. MILLER

Volume 13, Number 1 (October 2000)
The Relicks of Learning: Sterne among the Renaissance Encyclopedists
by JACK LYNCH
De la traduction au pastiche: l’Histoire du chevalier Grandisson
by SHELLY CHARLES
The Wandering Minstrel: An Eighteenth-Century Fiction?
by PATRICIA HOWARD
Jane Austen and George Stubbs: Two Speculations
by ALISTAIR M. DUCKWORTH

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