Volume 22, Number 4, Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Contributors

pp. iii-iv
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Articles

Manley's "Feigned Scene": The Fictions of Law at Westminster Hall

pp. 573-598
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Tragedy and the Economics of Providence in Richardson's Clarissa

pp. 599-630
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Sarah Scott and America: Sir George Ellison, The Man of Real Sensibility, and the Squire of Horton

pp. 631-656
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"Mais où est le cul?": Life and Form in Sade's Les Infortunes de la vertu and La Nouvelle Justine

pp. 657-672
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Histories of Female Progress in Memoirs of Modern Philosophers

pp. 673-692
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Consuming Indians: Tsonnonthouan, Colonialism, and the Commodification of Culture

pp. 693-715
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Reviews/Compte Rendus

Scotland and the Fictions of Geography: North Britain 1760–1830 (review)

pp. 717-719
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The Concept and Practice of Conversation in the Long Eighteenth Century, 1688–1848 (review)

pp. 720-721
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Housing Problems: Writing and Architecture in Goethe, Walpole, Freud and Heidegger (review)

pp. 722-724
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Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850 (review)

pp. 724-726
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Wife-Abuse in Eighteenth-Century France, SVEC 2009:01 (review)

pp. 726-728
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Les Mille et une nuits, entre Orient et Occident (review)

pp. 728-731
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Women Novelists Before Jane Austen: The Critics and Their Canons (review)

pp. 731-732
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Conversion and Reform in the British Novel in the 1790s (review)

pp. 733-735
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Bernardin de Saint-Pierre: A Life of Culture (review)

pp. 735-736
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Caleb Williams (review)

pp. 736-738
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Caroline de Lichtfield, ou Mémoires d'une Famille Prussienne (review)

pp. 739-741
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Weiland; or, The Transformation, An American Tale, With Related Texts (review)

pp. 741-743
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Eighteenth-Century Fiction Volume 22 (2009–10) Index

pp. 1-4
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