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Volume 16, Number 4 (July 2004)
THE EDGE OF FICTION / AUX CONFINS DU ROMAN
Objects, Imaginings, and Facts: Going beyond Genre in Behn and Defoe
by G. GABRIELLE STARR
L’Âme au corps: récits d’expérience de Descartes à Diderot
by CAROLINE JACOT GRAPA
Patterns of Marginality in French Prose Fiction, 1701–1800
by RICHARD L. FRAUTSCHI and ANGUS MARTIN
Mythe, histoire et fiction dans le premier roman hongrois
by OLGA PENKE
Crossing Borders with Mademoiselle de Richelieu: Fiction, Gender, and the Problem of Authenticity
by CAROLYN WOODWARD
Fictions médicales au XVIIIe siècle: l’efficace de la forme dans Abdeker, ou l’Art de conserver la beauté
by ALEXANDRE WENGER
Fact, Fiction, and Anonymity: Reading Love and Madness: A Story Too True (1780)
by ROBERT J. GRIFFIN
Intrusions d’auteur et ingérences de personnages: la métalepse dans les romans de Bordelon et de Mouhy
by MICHELE B. KAHAN
Poétique des ruines: le délabrement du roman dans Les Lettres athéniennes de Crébillon
by DOMINIQUE HOLZLE
Reading by the Gold and Black Clock; Or, the Recasting of Bernardin de Saint-Pierre’s Paul et Virginie
by CATHERINE LABIO
Edmund Burke the Political Quixote: Romance, Chivalry, and the Political Imagination
by FRANS DE BRUYN
Reading the Politics of Abortion: Mary Wollstonecraft Revisited
by CHRISTINE M. COOPER
Radical Utopias: History and the Novel in the 1790s
by APRIL LONDON
Not Adaptation but “Drifting”: Patrick Keiller, Daniel Defoe, and the Relationship between Film and Literature
by ROBERT MAYER

Volume 16, Number 3 (April 2004)
Olivia furiosa: Maniacal Women from Richardson to Wollstonecraft
by JANE KROMM
Divine Enthusiasm and Love Melancholy: Tristram Shandy and Eighteenth-Century Narratives of Saint Errantry
by OLIVER LOVESEY
The Muses O’lio: Satire, Food, and Tobias Smollett’s The Expedition of Humphry Clinker
by NICHOLAS D. SMITH
German Quixotism, or Sentimental Reading: Musäus’s Richardson Satires
by JOHN P. HEINS
Defining Masculinity in A Simple Story
by CAROLINE BREASHEARS

Volume 16, Number 2 (January 2004)
Mothers and Other Lovers: Gothic Fiction and the Erotics of Loss
by GEORGE HAGGERTY
The Little Republic of the Family: Goldsmith’s Politics of Nostalgia
by JAMES P. CARSON
Faking It: Female Virginity and Pamela’s Virtue
by CORRINNE HAROL
Cooking Up a Story: Jane West, Prudentia Homespun, and the Consumption of Fiction
by DAVID THAME
A Modest Question about Mansfield Park
by JENNY DAVIDSON
Epistolarity, Narrative, and the Fallen Woman in Mansfield Park
by AMY WOLF
Fanny Price and the Sentimental Genealogy of Mansfield Park
by AMY J. PAWL

Volume 16, Number 1 (October 2003)
Defoe’s Minutes of Mesnager: The Art of Mendacity
by P.N. FURBANK
The Female Mentor in Crébillon’s Les Égarements du cœur et de l’esprit
by KATHERINE DEIMLING
No place Where Women Are of Such Importance: Female Friendship, Empire, and Utopia in The History of Emily Montague
by JODI L. WYETT
Evelina’s Peculiar Circumstances and Tender Relations
by VIRGINIA H. COPE
Heart-picking in A Simple Story
by DIANNE OSLAND
Maria Edgeworth’s The Grateful Negro: A Site for Rewriting Rebellion
by ELIZABETH S. KIM

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