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Volume 36, Number 1, Winter 2012

Table of Contents


Shakespeare, The Castle of Otranto, and the Problem of the Corpse on the Eighteenth-Century Stage

pp. 1-29

Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra: Adelaide O'Keeffe, the Jewish Conversion Novel, and the Limits of Rational Education

pp. 30-53

Selling Celebrity: Actors' Portraits in Bell's Shakespeare and Bell's British Theatre

pp. 54-81

Review Essays

Richetti's Narratives

pp. 82-92

The Shape of Things to Come

pp. 93-97

Recovered Lives

pp. 98-102

Bodies Abounding

pp. 103-106

Masques and Bergamasques: Dancing with Voltaire

pp. 107-112

Watched Women

pp. 113-117

Popular Revolution or Foreign Invasion?

pp. 118-122

The Centrality of Peripheries: The Orinoco Ilustrado and Imperial-Enlightened Knowledge

pp. 123-127

Romanticism and Genre, Theory and Practice

pp. 128-134

Outliving Three Centuries?: A View of Johnson Studies at the Tercentenary of His Birth

pp. 135-148

Subjectivity in the Romantic-Era Novel

pp. 149-154

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