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  Volume 16, Number 4, July 2004

Table of Contents

The Edge of Fiction
Aux Confins du Roman

Contributors

pp. v-vi
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Objects, Imaginings, and Facts: Going beyond Genre in Behn and Defoe

pp. 499-518
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«L'Âme au corps»: récits d'expérience de Descartes à Diderot

pp. 519-542
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Patterns of Marginality in French Prose Fiction, 1701-1800

pp. 543-560
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Mythe, histoire et fiction dans le premier roman hongrois

pp. 561-571
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Crossing Borders with Mademoiselle de Richelieu: Fiction, Gender, and the Problem of Authenticity

pp. 573-601
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«Fictions médicales» au XVIIIe siècle: l'efficace de la forme dans Abdeker, ou l'Art de conserver la beauté

pp. 603-617
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Fact, Fiction, and Anonymity: Reading Love and Madness: A Story Too True (1780)

pp. 619-638
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Intrusions d'auteur et ingérences de personnages: la métalepse dans les romans de Bordelon et de Mouhy

pp. 639-654
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Poétique des ruines: le délabrement du roman dans Les Lettres athéniennes de Crébillon

pp. 655-670
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Reading by the Gold and Black Clock; Or, the Recasting of Bernardin de Saint-Pierre's Paul et Virginie

pp. 671-694
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Edmund Burke the Political Quixote: Romance, Chivalry, and the Political Imagination

pp. 695-734
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Reading the Politics of Abortion: Mary Wollstonecraft Revisited

pp. 735-782
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Radical Utopias: History and the Novel in the 1790s

pp. 783-802
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Not Adaptation but "Drifting": Patrick Keiller, Daniel Defoe, and the Relationship between Film and Literature

pp. 803-827
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