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Volume 8, Number 4 (July 1996)
Violence and Awe: The Foundations of Government in Aphra Behn’s New World Settings
by RICHARD FROHOCK
Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni en avance sur son époque? Une lecture par l’abbé de LaPorte
by SUZAN VAN DIJK
Description and Tableau in the Eighteenth-Century British Sentimental Novel
by ANNE PATRICIA WILLIAMS
Literal and Literary Representations of the Family in The Mysteries of Udolpho
by PATRICIA WHITING
General Tilney and Tyranny: Northanger Abbey
by SHINOBU MINMA

Volume 8, Number 3 (April 1996)
Real and Imaginary Stories: Robinson Crusoe and the Serious Reflections
by JEFFREY HOPES
Sir Charles Grandison and the Executor’s Hand
by LEAH PRICE
L’Aube des disciplines: Manon Lescaut
by PIERRE SAINT-AMAND
Black George and the Black Act
by JOHN ALLEN STEVENSON
Fielding’s Novel of Atonement: Confessional Form in Amelia
by GEORGE E. HAGGERTY
Un Sourire déchiré: l’ironie dans le Vathek de Beckford
by CARMEN ALAMOUDI

Volume 8, Number 2 (January 1996)
L’Égypte romanesque au début du XVIIIe siècle
by JEAN-MICHEL RACAULT
This Affecting Subject: An “Interested” Reading of Childbearing in Two Novels by Samuel Richardson
by LOIS A. CHABER
Coming to a Bad End: Sentimentalism, Hermeneutics, and The Female Quixote
by WENDY MOTOOKA
Rereading the Patriarchal Text: The Female Quixote, Northanger Abbey, and the Trace of the Absent Mother
by DEBRA MALINA

Volume 8, Number 1 (October 1995)
Les Illustres Françaises: Un nouvel art du roman à l’aube du XVIIIe siècle by JACQUES CORMIER
The Dialectic of Love in Sir Charles Grandison
by WENDY JONES
Fielding’s Amelia and the Aesthetics of Virtue
by ALISON CONWAY
Unbecoming Conjunctions: Mourning the Loss of Landscape and Love in Persuasion
by JILL HEYDT-STEVENSON

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