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Volume 19, Number 4 (Summer 2007)
Intertextuality and Urtextuality: Sade’s Justine Palimpsest
by WILL MCMORRAN
EDITION: A Letter from Charlotte Smith to the Publisher George Robinson
by AMY GARNAI, editor
Deux lettres inédites de Crébillon fils; à M.M. de La Place et de La Garde du Mercure de France et à Malesherbes
by SARAH BENHARRECH, éditrice
Monkey Business: Lord Orville and the Limits of Politeness in Frances Burney’s Evelina
by PATRICIA L. HAMILTON
The Extraordinary Ordinary Belinda: Maria Edgeworth’s Female Philosopher
by DEBORAH WEISS

Volume 19, Number 3 (Spring 2007)
The Promise and Frustration of Plebeian Public Opinion in Caleb Williams
by NICOLLE JORDAN
La Place’s Histoire de Tom Jones, ou l’enfant trouvé and Candide
by E.M. LANGILLE
The Tyranny of Gift Giving: The Politics of Generosity in Sarah Scott’s Millenium Hall and Sir George Ellison
by JULIE MCGONEGAL
“Periodical Visitations”: Yellow Fever as Yellow Journalism in Charles Brockden Brown’s Arthur Mervyn
by LOUIS KIRK MCAULEY

Volume 19, Number 1-2 (Fall-Winter 2006-7)
ECF was recognized with the runner-up prize, best special issue category, for the “War/La Guerre” issue (Fall-Winter 2006-7, vol. 19, nos. 1–2) in the 2007 competition of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ).

WAR / LA GUERRE, preface by JULIE PARK
How to Say Things with Guns: Military Technology and the Politics of Robinson Crusoe
by CHRISTOPHER F. LOAR
Sterne, Sebald, and Siege Architecture
by JONATHAN LAMB
The Soldierly Imagination: Narrating Fear in Defoe’s Memoirs of a Cavalier
by SHARON ALKER
The Crocodile Strikes Back: Saint-Martin’s Interpretation of the French Revolution
by FABIENNE MOORE
Transcendental Soldiers: Warfare in Schiller’s Wallenstein and Die Jungfrau von Orleans
by ELISABETH KRIMMER
The Radical Education of Evenings at Home
by MICHELLE LEVY
The Rake as Military Strategist: Clarissa and Eighteenth-Century Warfare
by M. JOHN CARDWELL
“Domestic Virtues and National Importance”: Lord Nelson, Captain Wentworth, and the English Napoleonic War Hero
by JOCELYN HARRIS
Unravelling Ann Mills: Some Notes on Gender Construction and Naval Heroism
by FRANK FELSENSTEIN

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