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Volume 7, Number 4 (July 1995)
La Modernité du genre romanesque en France au XVIIIe siècle,
Éd. English Showalter
Modernities
by ENGLISH SHOWALTER
Question de lecture
by CLAUDE LABROSSE
Écriture neuve d’une structure ancienne: Les Illustres Françaises de Robert Challe
by ANNE DE SOLA
Madame de Maintenon and the Literary Personality of Madame de Genlis: Creating Fictional, Historical, and Narrative Virtue
by BONNIE ARDEN ROBB
La Modernité du sentimentalisme
by DAVID J. DENBY
Speech in Action: Language, Society, and Subject in Germaine de Staël’s Corinne
by JENNIFER BIRKET

Volume 7, Number 3 (April 1995)
Geo-Ethnicity, Epistolary Affect, and Reception in French Prose Fiction of the Enlightenment: An Experiment in Data Analysis
by RICHARD L. FRAUTSCHI
Caesar’s Toils: Allusion and Rebellion in Oroonoko
by DAVID E. HOEGBERG
A Point of Conscience: Breastfeeding and Maternal Authority in Pamela 2
by TONI BOWERS
Fielding on Fiction and History
by BERTRAND A. GOLDGAR
Lavater and Physiognomy in English Fiction 1790-1832
by GRAEME TYTLER

Volume 7, Number 2 (January 1995)
Pamela, Shamela and the Politics of the Pamela Vogue
by RICHARD GOODING
Pamela’s Textual Authority
by JOHN B. PIERCE
Why What Happens in Shandy Hall Is Not “A Matter for the Police”
by MICHAEL ROSENBLUM
Ev’ry Lost Relation: Historical Fictions and Sentimental Incidents in Sophia Lee’s The Recess
by JAYNE ELIZABETH LEWIS
Measuring Up: Infertility and “Plénitude” in Sophie Cottin’s Claire d’Albe
by MICHAEL J. CALL

Volume 7, Number 1 (October 1994)
One of the Principal Nations in Europe: The Representation of Ireland in Sarah Butler’s Irish Tales
by IAN CAMPBELL ROSS
Sterne among the Philosophes: Body and Soul in A Sentimental Journey
by MARTIN C. BATTESTIN
The Dialogics of Desire in La Nouvelle Héloïse
by MICHAEL O’DEA
Frances Burney’s Evelina: Mirvan and Mezzotint
by JOHN HART
Graffigny Rediviva: Editions of the Lettres d’une Péruvienne
by DAVID SMITH

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