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Volume 15, Number 3-4 (April-July 2003)
FICTION AND RELIGION / GENRE ROMANESQUE ET RELIGION
The Critique of Freethinking from Swift to Sterne
by MARTIN C. BATTESTIN
Why Defoe Probably Did Not Write The Apparition of Mrs. Veal
by GEORGE STARR
“Stealing in the great doctrines of Christianity”: Samuel Richardson as Journalist
by JOHN A. DUSSINGER
Christian Form and Anti-Feminism in Clarissa
by LOIS A. CHABER
Sir Charles Grandison: The Anglican Family and the Admirable Roman Catholic
by TERI DOERKSEN
Fictions of the Heart: Sterne, Law, and the Long Eighteenth Century
by ROBERT ERICKSON
Gothic Trajectories: Latitudinarian Theology and the Novels of Ann Radcliffe
by ROBERT J. MAYHEW
Hotbeds of Popery: Convents in the English Literary Imagination
by ANA M. ACOSTA
Writing under the Influence: An Examination of Wieland‘s “Well Authenticated Facts” and the Depiction of Murderous Fathers in Post-Revolutionary Print Culture
by DANIEL E. WILLIAMS
Savoirs et fictions: vers une théologie de la posture érotique dans le roman anticlérical
by MLADEN KOZUL
Le clergé et l’inceste spirituel dans trois romans du XVIIIe siècle: Le Portier des Chartreux, Thérèse philosophe et Margot la ravaudeuse
by JACQUELINE CHAMMAS
De la critique théologique au roman «réaliste»: l’exemple de Robert Challe
by CAROLE MARTIN
L’intolérance religieuse dans Les Loisirs de Philothée
by JACQUES BOUCHARD
L’Inquisition espagnole sous l’œil sadien
by IRèNE AGUILà SOLANA
The Sacrament of Penance in Sade’s Writing: A Practice Between Hell and Apathy
by MURIEL SCHMID

Volume 15, Number 2 (January 2003)
Defoe’s Alternative Conduct Manual: Survival Strategies and Female Networks in Moll Flanders
by SRIVIDHYA SWANINATHAN
Trading Sex for Secrets in Haywood’s Love in Excess
by SCOTT BLACK
Re-présentant les Lettres d’une Péruvienne en 1752: illustration et illusion
by JONATHAN MALLINSON
The Author in the Novel: Creating Beckford in Vathek
by R.B. GILL
A Mob of Lusty Villagers: Operations of Domestic Desires in Hannah Webster Foster’s The Coquette
by ELIZABETH DILL
Qu’est-ce qu’un roman anglais? D’Emma Courtney à La Chappelle d’Ayton
by SHELLY CHARLES

Volume 15, Number 1 (October 2002)
Vathek: le choix d’une écriture cursive et piquante
by CARMEN FERNANDEZ ALAMOUDI
Managing and Marketing Virtue in Sarah Fielding’s History of the Countess of Dellwyn
by SARA GADEKEN
Thalassophobia and Geolatry: Bernardin de Saint-Pierre and the Geography of Virtue
by ZIAD ELMARSAFY
ARTICLES ON INTERNAL COLONIALISM
Internal Colonialism and the British Novel
by JANET SORENSEN
Of Probability, Romance, and the Spatial Dimensions of Eighteenth-Century Narrative
by MATTHEW WICKMAN
Primitive Inventions: Rob Roy, Nation, and World System
by IAN DUNCAN
The Emptiness at The Heart of Midlothian: Nation, Narration, and Population
by CHARLOTTE SUSSMAN

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