Volume 22, Number 2, Winter 2009-10

Table of Contents

Contributors

Contributors

pp. iii-iv
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Articles

The Literary History of the Sash Window

pp. 171-194
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Talking Coins and Thinking Smoke-Jacks: Satirizing Materialism in Gildon and Sterne

pp. 195-222
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“Booby’s fruitless operations”: The Crisis of Male Authority in Richardson’s Pamela

pp. 223-248
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Redemptive Spaces: Magdalen House and Prostitution in the Novels and Letters of Richardson

pp. 249-278
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Having Text: Desire and Language in Haywood’s Love in Excess and The Distressed Orphan

pp. 279-308
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Remarks on Richardson: Sarah Fielding and the Rational Reader

pp. 309-326
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Out of Egypt and into England: Secrecy and the State in Samuel Pratt’s Family Secrets

pp. 327-354
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“If a man dared act for himself”: Family Romance and Independence in Frances Burney’s Cecilia

pp. 355-370
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Reviews/Compte Rendus

The Orlando Project (review)

pp. 371-379
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Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France (review)

pp. 379-381
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Swift’s Travels: Eighteenth-Century British Satire and its Legacy (review)

pp. 382-383
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Les Mutations de la clarté: Exemple, induction et schématismes dans l’œuvre de Marivaux (review)

pp. 383-385
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Seducing the Eighteenth-Century French Reader (review)

pp. 386-388
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Silent Reading and the Birth of the Narrator (review)

pp. 388-390
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Reason and Religion in “Clarissa”: Samuel Richardson and “The Famous Mr. Norris, of Bemerton” (review)

pp. 390-393
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The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia (review)

pp. 393-395
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The History of the Life and Adventures of Mr. Anderson (review)

pp. 396-398
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