Volume 22, Number 3, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Contributors

Contributors

pp. iii-iv
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Articles

(Love) Letters: Madeleine de Scudéry and the Epistolary Impulse

pp. 399-414
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“A Living Law to Himself and Others”: Daniel Defoe, Algernon Sidney, and the Politics of Self-Interest in Robinson Crusoe and Farther Adventures

pp. 415-442
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Reforming Character: William Law and the English Theophrastan Tradition

pp. 443-476
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Mourning, Melancholia, and Modernity: Sentimental Irony and Downward Mobility in David Simple

pp. 477-502
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A Tale of Two Tactics: Laclos’s Novel Approach to Military Crisis and Reform

pp. 503-524
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“Extraordinary and dangerous powers”: Prisons, Police, and Literature in Godwin’s Caleb Williams

pp. 525-548
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Reviews/Compte Rendus

Rakes, Highwaymen, and Pirates: The Making of the Modern Gentleman in the Eighteenth Century (review)

pp. 549-551
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Eighteenth-Century Characters: A Guide to the Literature of the Age (review)

pp. 551-553
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Literary Historicity: Literature and Historical Experience in Eighteenth-Century Britain (review)

pp. 553-555
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Reading Fictions, 1660–1740: Deception in English Literary and Political Culture (review)

pp. 556-558
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Eighteenth-Century Writing from Wales: Bards and Britons (review)

pp. 558-560
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Le Second Triomphe du roman du xviii e siècle, SVEC 2009:02 (review)

pp. 560-562
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Écrire en mineur au xviii esiècle (review)

pp. 562-564
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Novel Notions: Medical Discourse and the Mapping of the Imagination in Eighteenth-Century English Fiction (review)

pp. 565-567
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The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire (review)

pp. 567-570
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