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Volume 9, Number 4 (July 1997)
Fiction and the Law
The Reader and the Jury: Legal Fictions and the Making of Commercial Law in Eighteenth-Century England
by MARTIN A. KAYMAN
Clarissa and the Marriage Act
by MARY VERMILLION
Quand le Récit devient procès: le cas de la Grecque moderne
by ALAN J. SINGERMAN
Tom Jones and the Economics of Copyright
by SIMON STERN
Le “dangereux dépot”: virginité et contrat dans Julie ou la nouvelle Héloïse
by NADINE BÉRENGUIER
La Loi dans Henriette et Richard de Mme de Charrière
by GUILLEMETTE SAMSON
The Subject of Detection: Legal Rhetoric and Subjectivity in Caleb Williams
by NICHOLAS M. WILLIAMS

Volume 9, Number 3 (April 1997)
The Making of the English Novel
by J.A. DOWNIE
The Oriental Captivity Narrative and Early English Fiction
by JOE SNADER
The “Lost” Continuation of Defoe’s Roxana
by P.N. FURBANK and W.R. OWENS
Seeing the Other in Mme de Graffigny’s Lettres d’une Péruvienne
by CHRISTINE ROULSTON
From Patrimony to Paternity in The Vicar of Wakefield
by DAVID AARON MURRAY

Volume 9, Number 2 (January 1997)
Clarissa’s Pregnancy and the Fate of Patriarchal Power
by BRIAN MCCREA
Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Paul et Virginie: “Premier essai autographe de la conversation de Paul et du Vieillard”
by MALCOLM COOK
Eden Revisited: Re-visions of the Garden in Astell’s Serious Proposal, Scott’s Millenium Hall, and Graffigny’s Lettres d’une péruvienne
by DAVID MACEY, JR.
Theodicy versus Feminist Strategy in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Fiction
by DANIEL ROBINSON
Translation from the Borders: Encounter and Recalcitrance in Waverley and Clan-Albin
by INA FERRIS

Volume 9, Number 1 (October 1996)
Picturing the Thing Itself, or Not: Defoe, Painting, Prose Fiction, and the Arts of Describing
by MAXIMILLIAN E. NOVAK
Mme de Graffigny’s Lettres d’une Péruvienne: Identifying the First Edition
by JO-ANN McEACHERN and DAVID SMITH
Robert Paltock and the Refashioning of “Inkle and Yarico”
by PETER MERCHANT
Dangerous Liaisons 2: The Riccoboni-Laclos Sequel
by JANIE VANPÉE
The Tinsel of the Times: Smollett’s Argument against Conspicuous Consumption in Humphry Clinker
by SUSAN L. JACOBSEN

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