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  Volume 80, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

p. i
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Only Reading: An Introduction

pp. 317-321
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Philology, Literature, Style

pp. 323-341
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Postures and Places: The Child Reader in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Popular Print

pp. 343-372
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Reading's Refrain: From Bibliography to Topology

pp. 373-399
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The Art of Rereading

pp. 401-425
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The Deed of Reading: Toni Morrison and the Sculpted Book

pp. 427-453
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False Gifts/Exotic Fictions: Epistemologies of Sovereignty and Assent in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko

pp. 455-488
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Schoolhouse Follies: Tristram Shandy and the Male Reader's Tutelage

pp. 489-518
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The Self-Made Son: Social Competition and the Vanishing Mother in Franklin's Autobiography

pp. 519-542
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"Searching after the Splendid Nothing": Gothic Epistemology and the Rise of Fictionality

pp. 543-573
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The Romantic Political Economy of Reading: Or, Why Wordsworth Thought Adam Smith was the Worst Critic Ever

pp. 575-595
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Negative Eroticism: Lyric Performativity and the Sexual Subject in Oscar Wilde's "The Portrait of Mr. W. H."

pp. 598-626
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