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Volume 18, Number 4 (Summer 2006)
The Moral in Phutatorius’s Breeches: Tristram Shandy and the Limits of Stoic Ethics
by BRIAN MICHAEL NORTON
Uncivil Tongues: Slander and Honour in Susanna Rowson’s Trials of the Human Heart
by JOSEPH FICHTELBERG
Where the Bodies Are Hidden: Ann Radcliffe’s “Delicate” Gothic
by YAEL SHAPIRA
Filming Tourism, Portraying Pemberley
by LINDA V. TROOST
EDITION: Une fée moderne: La Comtesse de Murat and the Invention of the Literary Fairy Tale
ELLEN WELCH, editor

Volume 18, Number 3 (Spring 2006)
Mourning and Material Culture in Eliza Haywood’s The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless
by KELLY MCGUIRE
Identifying Foreign Bodies: New Philosophers and Hottentots in Elizabeth Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers
by CLAIRE GROGAN
The Silence of Miss Lambe: Sanditon and Fictions of “Race” in the Abolition Era
by SARA SALIH
“Belonging to No/body”: Mary Robinson, The Natural Daughter, and Rewriting Feminine Identity
by MORGAN ROONEY

Volume 18, Number 2 (Winter 2005–6)
What’s in a Name? Reflections on Voltaire’s Paméla
by JONATHAN MALLINSON
Righteous Letters: Vindications of Two Refugees in Lettres d’une Péruvienne and
Its Unauthorized Sequel, Lettres taïtiennes
by GIULIA PACINI
Gilles Auguste Bazin’s “True Novel” of Natural History
by MARC OLIVIER
The Good Effects of a Whimsical Study: Romance and Women’s Learning in
Charlotte Lennox’s The Female Quixote
by SHARON SMITH PALO
“About savages and the awfulness of America”: Colonial Corruptions in Humphry Clinker
by TARA GHOSHAL WALLACE

Volume 18, Number 1 (Fall 2005)
L’Individualité romanesque au XVIIIe siècle: une lecture foucaldienne
by CARSTEN MEINER
The Intelligence of Mind and Heart: Reconnaissance in La Vie de Marianne
by PATRICK COLEMAN
Homunculus Economicus: Laurence Sterne’s Labour Theory of Literary Value
by SCOTT R. MACKENZIE
“Fools of Prejudice”: Sympathy and National Identity in the Scottish Enlightenment and Humphry Clinker
by EVAN GOTTLIEB
“Her Gift Was Compelled”: Gender and the Failure of the “Gift” in Cecilia
by CYNTHIA KLEKAR

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