restricted access   Volume 26, Number 2, Winter 2013-14

Table of Contents


Ideal Friendship and the Paradoxes of Narration in Sarah Fielding's David Simple

pp. 165-188

De l'amour électif comme réel absolu: Mémoire et passion dans La Nouvelle Héloïse de J.-J. Rousseau

pp. 189-208

The Recess Does Not Exist: Absorption, Literality, and Feminine Subjectivity in Sophia Lee's The Recess

pp. 209-232

Anachronistic Aesthetics: Maria Edgeworth and the "Uses" of History

pp. 233-259

Tending to the (National) Household: Walter Scott's The Antiquary and "that happy commerce" of the Enlightenment

pp. 261-280

Why the Show Must Not Go On: "Real Character" and the Absence of Theatrical Performances in Mansfield Park

pp. 281-302

Book Reviews/Critiques de livres

Excitable Imaginations: Eroticism and Reading in Britain, 1660-1760 by Kathleen Lubey (review)

pp. 303-305

The Progressive Poetics of Confusion in the French Enlightenment by John C. O'Neal (review)

pp. 305-308

Ridicule, Religion and the Politics of Wit in Augustan England by Roger D. Lund (review)

pp. 309-311

Imoinda's Shade: Marriage and the African Woman in Eighteenth Century British Literature, 1759-1808 by Lyndon J. Dominique (review)

pp. 311-313

Becoming the Gentleman: British Literature and the Invention of Modern Masculinity, 1660-1815 by Jason Solinger (review)

pp. 314-316

Austen's Oughts: Judgment after Locke and Shaftesbury by Karen Valihora (review)

pp. 316-318

Backstage in the Novel: Frances Burney and the Theatre Arts by Francesca Saggini (review)

pp. 319-322

Performing Authorship in Eighteenth-Century English Periodicals by Manushag N. Powell (review)

pp. 322-324

Dupaty et l'Italie des voyageurs sensibles ed. by Jan Herman, Kris Peeters and Paul Pelckmans (review)

pp. 325-328

Le Voyage de Petersbourg à Moscou (1790) by Alexandre Radichtchev (review)

pp. 328-330