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Volume 3, Number 4 (July 1991)
Evelina [special issue]
Burney Criticism: Family Romance, Psychobiography, and Social History
by JULIA EPSTEIN
And What Other Name May I Claim?: Names and Their Owners in Frances Burney’s Evelina
by AMY J. PAWL
Oh Dear Resemblance of Thy Murdered Mother: Female Authorship in Evelina
by SUSAN C. GREENFIELD
Bringing Belmont to Justice: Burney’s Quest for Paternal Recognition in Evelina
by GINA CAMPBELL
The Name of the Father: Social Identity and the Ambition of Evelina
by DAVID OAKLEAF
Beyond Evelina: The Individual Novel and the Community of Literature
by MARGARET ANNE DOODY

Volume 3, Number 3 (April 1991)
Social Power and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Foucault and Transparent Literary History
by WILLIAM BEATTY WARNER
Harmony and Discord in Paul et Virginie
by MALCOLM C. COOK
A Pastoral Romance, From the Ancient British: Godwin’s Rewriting of Comus
by PAMELA CLEMIT
Fiction and the Female Reading Public in Eighteenth-Century France: The Journal des dames (1759-1778)
by ANGUS MARTIN

Volume 3, Number 2 (January 1991)
La quète du savoir dans les Lettres persanes
by SYLVIE ROMANOWSKI
Classical Myth in Richardson’s Clarissa: Ovid Revised
by DOUGLAS MURRAY
The Hobby-Horse’s Epitaph: Tristram Shandy, Hamlet, and the Vehicles of Memory
by ROBERT L. CHIBKA

Volume 3, Number 1 (October 1990)
The Popularity of Mme de Graffigny’s Lettres d’une Péruvienne: The Bibliographical Evidence
by DAVID SMITH
Patterns of Property and Possession in Fielding’s Fiction
by JAMES THOMPSON
John Cleland’s Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure: Literary Voyeurism and the Technique of Novelistic Transgression
by PHILIP E. SIMMONS
Reading Pride and Prejudice
by PATRICIA HOWELL MICHAELSON

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