Volume 17, Number 4, July 2005

Table of Contents

Articles

Social Rank, "The Rise of the Novel," and Whig Histories of Eighteenth-Century Fiction

pp. 563-598
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Forging a Romantic Identity: Herbert Croft's Love and Madness and W.H. Ireland's Shakespeare MS

pp. 599-627
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Staged Insensibility in Burney's Cecilia, Camilla, and The Wanderer: How a Playwright Writes Novels

pp. 629-648
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"The Middle State": Italian Opera in Frances Burney's Cecilia

pp. 649-682
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'Your Complexion Is So Improved!": A Diagnosis of Fanny Price's "Dis-ease"

pp. 683-700
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Review Essay

Gothic Anxieties: Struggling with a Definition

pp. 701-709
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The Eighteenth-Century Novel (review)

pp. 710-712
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Des liseuses en péril: Les Images de lectrices dans les textes de fiction de « La Prétieuse » de l'abbé de Pure à « Madame Bovary » de Flaubert (1656-1856) (review)

pp. 713-714
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Approaches to Teaching Rousseau's "Confessions" and "Rêveries of the Solitary Walker," (review)

pp. 715-716
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Contributors

Contributors

p. iv
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