Volume 21, Number 4, Summer 2009

Table of Contents

Contributors

pp. iii-iv
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Articles

“A perfect Retreat indeed”: Speculation, Surveillance, and Space in Defoe’s Roxana

pp. 493-512
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Utopian Voyeurism: Androgyny and the Language of the Eyes in Haywood’s Love in Excess

pp. 513-534
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Visiting Strawberry Hill: Horace Walpole’s Gothic Historiography

pp. 535-564
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The Body of Her Work, the Work of Her Body: Accounting for the Life and Death of Mary Wollstonecraft

pp. 565-592
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The Culture of Newtonianism and Shakespeare’s Editors: From Pope to Johnson

pp. 593-614
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“Wholesome Nutriment” for the Rising Generation: Food, Nationalism, and Didactic Fiction at the End of the Eighteenth Century

pp. 615-630
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Review Essays/Critiques des livres

The Secret Life of Things: Animals, Objects, and It-Narratives in Eighteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 631-638
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L’Œil de Sade: Lecture des tableaux dans « Les Cent Vingt Journées de Sodome » et les trois « Justine » (review)

pp. 639-644
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Yorick’s Congregation: The Church of England in the Time of Laurence Sterne (review)

pp. 645-647
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L’Œil révolté: Les Salons de Diderot (review)

pp. 647-650
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Reading London: Urban Speculation and Imaginative Government in Eighteenth-Century Literature (review)

pp. 650-653
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Enlightened Virginity in Eighteenth-Century Literature (review)

pp. 653-655
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La Fibre littéraire: le discours médical sur la lecture au xviiiesiècle (review)

pp. 656-657
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“Lactilla Tends her Fav’rite Cow”: Ecocritical Readings of Animals and Women in Eighteenth-Century British Labouring-Class Poetry (review)

pp. 658-660
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Les mémoires de Pamela, écrits par elle-même, and: Paméla, ou La Vertu récompensée, SVEC 2007:04 (review)

pp. 660-663
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Candide en Dannemarc, ou l’optimisme des honnêtes gens (review)

pp. 663-665
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