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Volume 20, Number 4 (Summer 2008)
“A Romance the likest to Truth that I ever read”: History, Fiction, and Politics in Defoe’s Memoirs of a Cavalier
by NICHOLAS SEAGER
The Whore’s Love
by KATHERINE BINHAMMER
Hygienic Motherhood: Domestic Medicine and Eliza Fenwick’s Secresy
by MERCY CANNON

Volume 20, Number 3 (Spring 2008)
INTERIORS: Moving Parts: The Life of Eighteenth-Century Interiors
by JULIE PARK
SECRECY
Cryptogrammatophoria: The Romance and Novelty of Losing Readers in Code
by KATHERINE ELLISON
ARTIFACT
Women’s Pockets and the Construction of Privacy in the Long Eighteenth Century
by ARIANE FENNETAUX
“Ce lieu de délices”: Art and Imitation in the French Libertine Cabinet
by PAUL J. YOUNG
DECOR
Interiors and Interiority in the Ornamental Dairy Tradition
by MEREDITH MARTIN
Maria Edgeworth’s Déjà-Voodoo: Interior Decoration, Retroactivity, and Colonial Allegory in The Absentee
by CLARA TUITE
IMAGINATION
Erotic Interiors in Joseph Addison’s Imagination
by KATHLEEN LUBEY
The Cave and the Grotto: Realist Form and Robinson Crusoe‘s Imagined Interiors
by MAXIMILLIAN E. NOVAK

Volume 20, Number 2 (Winter 2007-8)
“Recollection … sets my busy imagination to work”: Transatlantic Self-Narration, Performance, and Reception in The Female American
by KRISTIANNE KALATA VACCARO
Phebe Gibbes, Edmund Burke, and the Trials of Empire
by NICOLE REYNOLDS
Le Sort de Galilée: Paul et Virginie et la théorie des marées de Bernardin de Saint-Pierre
by JOEL CASTONGUAY-BELANGER
Women, Comedy, and A Simple Story
by HYE-SOO LEE
Relocating Femininity: Women and the City in Mary Brunton’s Fiction
by MARTHA MUSGROVE

Volume 20, Number 1 (Fall 2007)
Rags of Immortality: Clarissa’s Clothing and the Exchange of Second-Hand Goods
by IRENE FIZER
The Inconclusive Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph: Problems of Poetic Justice, Closure, and Gender
by JOHN C. TRAVER
Publicity, Privacy, and the Power of Fiction in the Gunning Letters
by THOMAS O. BEEBEE
Impartial Spectator Meets Picturesque Tourist: The Framing of Mansfield Park
by KAREN VALIHORA

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