1. Why Clarissa Must Die: Richardson's Tragedy and Editorial Heroism
  2. Adam Budd
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  1. Strange Bedfellows:Textual Transference among Samuel Richardson, Edith Wharton, and T. S. Eliot in the Modernist Sexology Movement
  2. Janet Aikins Yount
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  1. Woodes Rogers and the Boundary of Travel Facts
  2. Jason H. Pearl
  3. pp. 60-75
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  1. Annotated Immortality: Lonsdale's Johnson
  2. Philip Smallwood
  3. pp. 76-84
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  1. Raised Voices, Anger, and Liberty in the Later Eighteenth Century
  2. Stephen C. Behrendt
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  1. The Newest Eighteenth Century
  2. Claudia N. Thomas
  3. pp. 92-109
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  1. Spectacular Suffering: Women on the English Stage, 1660–1720
  2. Peggy Thompson
  3. pp. 110-114
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  1. Gentility, Governance, and Race in the Eighteenth-Century Theater
  2. Jeremy W. Webster
  3. pp. 115-126
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 127-130
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