Voume 52, Numbers 3-4, Fall/Winter 2011

Table of Contents

The Drift of Fiction: Reconsidering the Eighteenth-Century Novel

Julie Park

Introduction

Introduction: The Drift of Fiction

pp. 243-248
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Character

Female Quixotism and the Novel: Character and Plausibility, Honesty and Fidelity

pp. 249-269
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'Lay Aside My Character': The Personate Novel and Beyond

pp. 271-287
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Novel Media

Giving Power to the Medium: Recovering the 1750s

pp. 289-302
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The Air of Tom Jones; or, What Rose from the Novel

pp. 303-321
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Believing the Unreal

Realism and the Unreal in The Female American

pp. 323-342
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Reading Mistakes in Heliodorus

pp. 343-360
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Reconsidering the Social Real

The Secret History of the Rise of the Novel: The Novel and the Middle Class in English Studies

pp. 361-382
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Vicars and Squires: Religion and the Rise of the English Marriage Plot

pp. 383-402
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Apart: Lives, Things, and Words

Captain Singleton: An Epic of Mitsein?

pp. 403-421
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Disjecta Membra: Smollett and the Novel in Pieces

pp. 423-442
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Crusoe's Island of Misfit Things

pp. 443-471
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 472-473
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