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Volume 5, Number 4 (July 1993)
Trash, Trumpery, and Idle Time: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and Fiction
by ISOBEL GRUNDY
Imagination, Textual Play, and the Fantastic in Mouhy’s Lamékis
by PETER FITTING
Gentlemen Have Horrors Upon This Subject: West Indian Suitors in Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda
by KATHRYN J. KIRKPATRICK
Gendering Rooms: Domestic Architecture and Literary Acts
by CYNTHIA WALL

Volume 5, Number 3 (April 1993)
Mrs A. Behn and the Myth of Oroonoko-Imoinda
by ROBERT A. ERICKSON
Fragments and Mastery: Dora and Clarissa
by ELIZABETH W. HARRIES
Masters and Servants: Political Discourse in Richardson’s A Collection of Moral Sentiments
by JOHN A. DUSSINGER
Pamela: Domestic Servitude, Marriage, and the Novel
by ROBERT FOLKENFLIK
Merteuil and Mirrors: Stephen Frears’s Freudian Reading of Les Liaisons dangereuses
by ALAN J. SINGERMAN

Volume 5, Number 2 (January 1993)
Loi du père et symbolique de l’espace dans Manon Lescaut
by CATHERINE CUSSET
Writing Masters and “Masculine Exercises” in The Female Quixote
by DAVID MARSHALL
Identifying the Criminal in Charlotte Lennox’s The Life of Harriot Stuart
by SUSAN K. HOWARD
Imitation and Ideology: Henry Mackenzie’s Rousseau
by KIM IAN MICHASIW

Volume 5, Number 1 (October 1992)
The Bibliographer’s Last Resort: Reading the Text
by VIVIENNE G. MYLNE
Ending in Infinity: William Beckford’s Arabian Tale
by JOHN GARRETT
Stories of COCKS and BULLS: The Ending of Tristram Shandy
by MARK LOVERIDGE
Le Voyage abymé: texte et contextes du “Voyageur dans le Nouveau Monde” de Marivaux
by CATHERINE GALLOUËT-SCHUTTER

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