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Volume 2, Number 4 (July 1990)
Robert Boyle and the Epistemology of the Novel
by J. PAUL HUNTER
Congreve’s Incognita: Romance, Novel, Drama?
by KRISTIAAN P. AERCKE
Jacques’s Fatal Freedom
by PETER V. CONROY, JR
by JOCELYN HARRIS
Volume 2, Number 3 (April 1990)
The Old Order and the New Novel of the Mid-Eighteenth Century: Narrative Authority in Fielding and Smollett
by JOHN RICHETTI
Uncrystalized Flesh and Blood: The Body in Tristram Shandy
by JULIET MCMASTER
Narrative and Ideology in Godwin’s Caleb Williams
by KENNETH W. GRAHAM
The Moral and Political Economy of Property in Austen’s Emma
by BETH FOWKES TOBIN
Volume 2, Number 2 (January 1990)
Letters of Recommendation and False Vizors: Physiognomy in the Novels of Henry Fielding
by GRAEME TYTLER
by MARGARET ANNE DOODY
Sir Charles Grandison and the Language of Nature
by GEORGE E. HAGGERTY
Une vision romanesque de la Révolution: L’Emigré de Sénac de Meilhan
by ELIZABETH ZAWISZA
Volume 2, Number 1 (October 1989)
De la Réalité au mythe: fantasme et fiction dans l’Histoire de Silvie de Robert Challe
by FRÉDÉRIC DELOFFRE
Written in the Heart: Clarissa and Scripture
by ROBERT A. ERICKSON
Diderot’s Jacques le Fataliste et son Maître: Ex-centricity and the Novel
by MARIE-HÉLÈNE CHABUT
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