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Volume 21, Number 4 (Summer 2009)
A perfect Retreat indeed: Speculation, Surveillance, and Space in Defoe’s Roxana
by CHRISTINA L. HEALEY

Utopian Voyeurism: Androgyny and the Language of the Eyes in Haywood’s Love in Excess
by ELIZABETH GARGANO

Walpole’s Gothic Historiography
by SEAN R. SILVER

The Body of Her Work, the Work of Her Body: Accounting for the Life and Death of Mary Wollstonecraft
by CYNTHIA RICHARDS

The Culture of Newtonianism and Shakespeare’s Editors: From Pope to Johnson
by GEFEN BAR-ON SANTOR

Wholesome Nutriment for the Rising Generation: Food, Nationalism, and Didactic Fiction at the End of the Eighteenth Century
by LISA WOOD

Volume 21, Number 3 (Spring 2009)
Hester Chapone as a Living Clarissa in Letters on Filial Obedience and A Matrimonial Creed
by LAURA E. THOMASON

Sade’s Justine: A Response to the Enlightenment’s Poetics of Confusion
by JOHN C. O’NEAL

Making Mother Obsolete: Eliza Fenwick’s Secresy and the Masculine Appropriation of Maternity
by MEGHAN L. BURKE

Narratives of Emergence: Jean Paul on the Inner Life
by WILLIAM N. COKER

Fashioning the Legal Subject: Narratives from the London Treason Trials of 1794
by NANCY E. JOHNSON

Volume 21, Number 2 (Winter 2008-9)
Haywood’s Thinking Machines
by JOSEPH DRURY

Fathoming Intelligence: The “Impartial” Novelist and the Passion for News in Tobias Smollett’s Ferdinand Count Fathom
by LEE F. KAHAN

Secretaries of the Interior: Narratorial Collaboration in Sarah Scott’s Millenium Hall
by WILLIAM H. WANDLESS

Pensée morale et transformations génériques dans Paul et Virginie
by YOUMNA CHARARA

Volume 21, Number 1 (Fall 2008)
Live to Die, Die to Live: An Introduction
by PETER WALMSLEY

Memory, Monuments, and Melancholic Genius in Margaret Cavendish’s Bell in Campo
by HOLLY FAITH NELSON and SHARON ALKER

James Boswell’s Revisions of Death as “The Hypochondriack” and in His London Journals
by KATHERINE ELLISON

Le Mourir dans la vie et la mort dans la ville: le Tableau de Paris (1781–89) de L.S. Mercier
by LAURENCE MALL

Last Rites, Last Rights: Corporeal Abjection as Autobiographical Performance in Suzanne Curchod Necker’s Des inhumations precipitées (1790)
by SONJA BOON

Biography as Autopsy in William Godwin’s Memoirs of the Author of “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman”
by ANGELA MONSAM

La Mort justifie toujours les âmes sensibles: à propos de Delphine
by PAUL PELCKMANS

A Long-Forgotten Sorrow: The Mourning Journal of Melesina Trench
by KATHARINE KITTREDGE

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