Volume 24, Number 2, Winter 2011-12

Table of Contents

Form and Formalism in the British Eighteenth-Century Novel

Articles

Formalism and Eighteenth-Century English Fiction

pp. 157-160
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Counting, Resonance, and Form, A Speculative Manifesto (with Notes)

pp. 161-170
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Anna Barbauld on Fictional Form in The British Novelists (1810)

pp. 171-193
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Secondary Qualities and Masculine Form in Clarissa and Sir Charles Grandison

pp. 195-226
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“Seeing something that was doing in the World”: The Form of History in Colonel Jack

pp. 227-245
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Episodic or Novelistic?: Law in the Atlantic and the Form of Daniel Defoe’s Colonel Jack

pp. 247-277
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Devotional Reading and Novel Form: The Case of David Simple

pp. 279-299
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The Architectural Design of Beckford’s Vathek

pp. 301-323
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“Nothing Really in It”: Gothic Interiors and the Externals of the Courtship Plot in Northanger Abbey

pp. 325-352
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Remembering Nature: Soliloquy as Aesthetic Form in Mansfield Park

pp. 353-379
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Reviews/Comptes Rendus

Women Writers and the Edinburgh Enlightenment (review)

pp. 381-383
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Narrating Marriage in Eighteenth-Century England and France (review)

pp. 383-386
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The Culture and Commerce of the Early American Novel: Reading the Atlantic World-System (review)

pp. 386-388
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The Seduction Narrative in Britain, 1747–1800 (review)

pp. 388-390
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Clarissa’s Painter: Portraiture, Illustration, and Representation in the Novels of Samuel Richardson (review)

pp. 390-392
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The Gothic and Catholicism: Religion, Cultural Exchange and the Popular Novel, 1785–1829 (review)

pp. 393-395
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The Cynic Enlightenment: Diogenes in the Salon (review)

pp. 395-398
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Enlightened Pleasures: Eighteenth-Century France and the New Epicureanism (review)

pp. 398-400
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Modern Chivalry (review)

pp. 401-402
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