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Volume 14, Number 3-4 (April-July 2002)
Fiction and Print Culture/Genre romanesque et culture de l’imprimé, preface by DAVID BLEWETT
Entre l’éthique et l’esthétique: séduction et préface de roman dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle
by MLADEN KOZUL et JAN HERMAN
La Question de la publication dans le roman français de la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle
by MARTINE NUEL
Print Culture in Transition: Tristram Shandy, the Reviewers, and the Consumable Text
by SHAUN REGAN
Tristram Shandy, the Public Ledger, and William Dodd
by ANN BANDRY
Goldsmith on Authorship in The Vicar of Wakefield
by MAUREEN HARKIN
From Propensity to Profession: Female Authorship and the Early Career of Frances Burney
by BETTY A. SCHELLENBERG
Maria Edgeworth’s Writing Classes
by AILEEN DOUGLAS
Picturing the Text: Authorial Direction of Illustration in Eighteenth-Century French Fiction
by NICHOLAS CRONK
La Mise en fiction de l’imprimé dans les romans du XVIIIe siècle (textes et illustrations)
by NATHALIE FERRAND
A Gift from Jean Jacques Rousseau to George Simon Harcourt: Etchings and Proofs of the Illustrations to His Works
by ANN MARIE THORNTON
Picturing “Samuel Richardson”: Francis Hayman and the Intersections of Word and Image
by JANET E. AIKINS
Tobias Smollett, Anthony Walker, and the First Illustrated Serial Novel in English
by ROBERT FOLKENFLIK
Benevolent Vision: The Ideology of Sentimentality in Contemporary Illustrations of A Sentimental Journey and The Man of Feeling
by W.B. GERARD
Les Illustrations du Voyage Sentimental de Laurence Sterne dans les livres du XVIIIe siècle
by ADELEINE BLONDEL
In Other Words: Eighteenth-Century Authorship and the Ornaments of Print
by CHRISTOPHER FLINT
Grandison’s Grandeur as Printed Book: A Look at the Eighteenth Century Novel’s Quest for Status
by JANINE BARCHAS
An Antidote to the French? English Novels in German Translation and German Novels in English Translation 1770–99
by JAMES RAVEN
French Prose Fiction Published between 1701 and 1750: A New Profile of Production
by RICHARD FRAUTSCHI and ANGUS MARTIN
Éditer un roman à succès (1800–1830)
by BRIGITTE LOUICHON
Gender and Reading in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Bibliothèque Universelle des Romans
by MARTIN HALL
La Présence des romans dans le colportage à la fin du XVIIIe siècle: les archives de Boisserand
by FRANÇOISE WEIL
Collecting Eighteenth-Century Novels in the Twenty-First Century
by CARL SPADONI

Volume 14, Number 2 (January 2002)
The Dialectics of Inside and Outside: Dominated and Appropriated Space in Defoe’s Historical Fictions
by GEORGE A. DRAKE
Feasting and Fasting: Nourishment in the Novels of Samuel Richardson
by PETER SABOR
Habits of Empire and Domination in Eliza Fenwick’s Secresy
by MALINDA SNOW
“Falling into Fiction”: Reading Female Quixotism
by STEPHEN CARL ARCH

Volume 14, Number 1 (October 2001)
Spectacle, Theatre, and Sympathy in Caleb Williams
by MONIKA FLUDERNIK
Une nouvelle géographie épistolaire dans quelques romans féminins de l’Émigration
by ÉRIC PAQUIN
Self-Deception and Superiority Complex: Derangement of Hierarchy in Jane Austen’s Emma
by SHINOBU MINMA
“A Good Memory Is Unpardonable”: Self, Love, and the Irrational Irritation of Memory
by MARGARET ANNE DOODY

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