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  Volume 43, 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. vii-ix
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From The Emperor of the Moon to the Sultan’s Prison

pp. 1-26
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Translating the Bible to Raise the Fallen: John Dennis’s Psalm 18

pp. 4-27
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Strictly Business: Marriage, Motherhood, and Surrogate Families as Entrepreneurial Ventures in Moll Flanders

pp. 51-68
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Imaginative Pleasures: Fantomina, Ideology, and Aesthetics

pp. 69-87
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Rousseau and the Revolutionary Repertoire

pp. 89-110
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How Body Matters in Berkeley’s Siris

pp. 111-135
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Sarah Fielding’s Lives of Cleopatra and Octavia: Anecdote and Women’s Biographical Histories

pp. 137-151
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Rewriting the Family Romance: Prostitution and Revolution in Restif de la Bretonne’s Le Palais Royal

pp. 153-168
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Lazzaro Spallanzani’s Hybrid Ruins: A Scientist at Serapis and Troy

pp. 169-196
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Delicately Corrected and Constantly Befriended: Arthur Murphy’s Female Characters

pp. 197-217
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Tidying as We go: Constructing the Eighteenth Century through Adaptation in Becoming Jane, Gulliver’s Travels, and Crusoe

pp. 219-237
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Contributors to Volume 43

pp. 239-241
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Index

pp. 247-250
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Research Areas

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