1. Good Names: Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa
  2. Peter Jaros
  3. pp. 1-23
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  1. Clandestine Schemes: Burney’s Cecilia and the Marriage Act
  2. Melissa J. Ganz
  3. pp. 25-51
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  1. Chance Enlightenments, Choice Superstitions: Walpole’s Historic Doubts and Enlightenment Historicism
  2. Abby Coykendall
  3. pp. 53-70
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  1. Juba’s “Black Face” / Lady Delacour’s “Mask”: Plotting Domesticity in Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda
  2. Sharon Smith
  3. pp. 71-90
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  1. The Dryden-Davenant Tempest, Wonder Production, and the State of Natural Philosophy in 1667
  2. John Shanahan
  3. pp. 91-118
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  1. Critical Conversations
  2. p. 119
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  1. Why We Do (or Don’t) Argue About the Way We Read
  2. Emily Hodgson Anderson
  3. pp. 125-128
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  1. Reading, Constraint, and Freedom
  2. Suvir Kaul
  3. pp. 129-132
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  1. Pluralistic Predilections: Surface Reading as Not-Altogether-New Resource
  2. Stuart Sherman
  3. pp. 133-138
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  1. The Suspicious Reader Surprised, Or, What I Learned from “Surface Reading
  2. Kristina Straub
  3. pp. 139-143
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  1. Why We Argue About the Way We Read: An Introduction
  2. Lisa A. Freeman
  3. pp. 121-124
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 145-146
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