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  Volume 53, Number 2, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Creating Character in “Chiaro Oscuro”: Sterne’s Celebrity, Cibber’s Apology, and the Life of Tristram Shandy

pp. 141-161

Obscenity Off the Scene: Sade’s La Philosophie dans le boudoir

pp. 163-174

Fanny Price: “Is she solemn?—Is she queer?—Is she prudish?”

pp. 175-188

Via Media: Transatlantic Anglicanism in The Female American

pp. 189-207

A “Foundation in Nature”: New Economic Criticism and the Problem of Money in 1690s England

pp. 209-228

Historicizing the Gaze

pp. 229-232

A World of Impostures

pp. 233-235

The Value of the Festschrift: A Dying Genre?

pp. 237-242

“Orinoco out into the light”: A Modern Jesuit’s Efforts to Kick the Devil Out of the Borderlands

pp. 243-247

Infrastructure, Material Culture, and Agency

pp. 249-252

Revolutionizing the Study of Female Artists

pp. 253-256

Race to the Top: Knowledge Production and Disciplinary Formation in the Long Eighteenth Century

pp. 257-262

Notes on Contributors

pp. 263-264

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