Volume 15, Number 3-4, April-July 2003

Table of Contents

Fiction and Religion

The Critique of Freethinking from Swift to Sterne

pp. 339-420
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Why Defoe Probably Did Not Write The Apparition of Mrs. Veal

pp. 421-450
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"Stealing in the great doctrines of Christianity": Samuel Richardson as Journalist

pp. 451-506
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Christian Form and Anti-Feminism in Clarissa

pp. 507-537
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Sir Charles Grandison: The Anglican Family and the Admirable Roman Catholic

pp. 539-558
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Fictions of the Heart: Sterne, Law, and the Long Eighteenth Century

pp. 559-582
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Gothic Trajectories: Latitudinarian Theology and the Novels of Ann Radcliffe

pp. 583-613
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Hotbeds of Popery: Convents in the English Literary Imagination

pp. 615-642
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Writing under the Influence: An Examination of Wieland's "Well Authenticated Facts" and the Depiction of Murderous Fathers in Post-Revolutionary Print Culture

pp. 643-668
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Genre Romanesque et Religion

Savoirs et fictions: vers une théologie de la posture érotique dans le roman anticlérical

pp. 669-686
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Le clergé et l'inceste spirituel dans trois romans du XVIII e siècle: Le Portier des Chartreux, Thérèse philosophe et Margot la ravaudeuse

pp. 687-704

De la critique théologique au roman «réaliste»: l'exemple de Robert Challe

pp. 705-728
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L'intolérance religieuse dans Les Loisirs de Philothée

pp. 729-735
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L'Inquisition espagnole sous l'œil sadien

pp. 737-760
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The Sacrament of Penance in Sade's Writing: A Practice between Hell and Apathy

pp. 761-778
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. v-vi
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