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Volume 6, Number 4 (July 1994)
“Women, the Novel, and the Revolutionary Moment,” ed. Gary Kelly
Le Roman féminin des années révolutionnaires
by MARIE-FRANCE SILVER
Ann Radcliffe and the Terrors of Power
by KIM IAN MICHASIW
The Rise and Fall of the Eighteenth Century’s Authentic Feminine Voice
by RHONDA BATCHELOR
Women Novelists and the French Revolution Debate: Novelizing the Revolution/Revolutionizing the Novel
by GARY KELLY

Volume 6, Number 3 (April 1994)
Is There a Turk in the Turkish Spy?
by VIRGINIA H. AKSAN
Crusoe in the Cave: Defoe and the Semiotics of Desire
by GEOFFREY M. SILL
A True Account of the Proceedings at Perth: The Impact of an Historical Novel
by P.N. FURBANK and W.R. OWENS
Aspects de l’espace-temps dans Jacques le fataliste
by JEAN TERRASSE
The Frailties of Fanny: Mansfield Park and the Evangelical Movement
by MARY WALDRON

Volume 6, Number 2 (January 1994)
Réécriture et identité diégétique: réflexions sur Des Souches et Prévost
by PHILIP ROBINSON
Representing Reality: Strategies of Realism in the Early English Novel
by CLINTON BOND
Le Temps du libertinage: Les égarements du cœur et de l’esprit de Crébillon fils
by ANNE RICHARDOT
What the Drama Does in Fielding’s Jonathan Wild
by ALEXANDER PETTIT
Satiric Method and the Reader in Sir Launcelot Greaves
by DANIEL PUNDAY

Volume 6, Number 1 (October 1993)
Defoe’s “Almost Invisible Hand”: Narrative Logic as a Structuring Principle in Moll Flanders
by CARL R. LOVITT
The Place of Sally Godfrey in Richardson’s Pamela
by ALBERT J. RIVERO
Diderot, Socrate, et l’Esthétique de la farce dans Le Neveu de Rameau
by JANE RUSH
Britannia’s Rule and the It-Narrator
by AILEEN DOUGLAS

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