1. Modifications of Genre: A Feminist Critique of "Christabel" and "Die Braut von Korinth"
  2. Lore Metzger
  3. pp. 3-19
  4. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0064
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  1. Modesty Unshackled: Dorothy Jordan and the Dangers of Cross-Dressing
  2. Jean I. Marsden
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  1. Pamela as Fetish: Masculine Anxiety in Henry Fielding's Shamela and James Parry's The True Anti-Pamela
  2. Terri Nickel
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  1. Blake's "Mr. Femality": Freemasonry, Espionage, and the Double-Sexed
  2. Marsha Keith Schuchard
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  1. "The barbarous character we give them": White Women Travellers Report on Other Races
  2. Isobel Grundy
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  1. Juliette at the Volcano: Reflections on the Sadean Journey
  2. Joachim Von Der Thüsen
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  1. "All'usanza teatrale": Mozart and Representation
  2. Wye J. Allanbrook
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  1. Time and Time Again: An Essay on Temporal Realities in Mozart's Operas
  2. Jane Perry-Camp
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  1. Teaching the 'People' To Write: The Formation of a Popular Civic Identity in the French Letter Manual
  2. Janet Gurkin Altman
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  1. Public Nurturance and Private Civility: The Transposition of Values in Eighteenth-Century Fiction
  2. Elizabeth Kraft
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  1. Joseph Andrews as Exemplary Gentleman
  2. Treadwell Ruml II
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  1. The Importance of Beau Nash
  2. Peter M. Briggs
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  1. "Power like new Wine": The Appetites of Leviathan and Durfey's Massaniello
  2. Christopher Wheatley
  3. pp. 231-251
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  1. Locke's Cassowary and the Ethos of the Essay
  2. Peter Walmsley
  3. pp. 253-267
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  1. The Unnatural Aspects of Natural Religion Revealed: A Skeptical Reader's Response to Hume's Dialogues
  2. Paula Wood Brown
  3. pp. 269-280
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  1. The Shaping of Moderation: William Robertson and Arminianism
  2. Jeffrey Smitten
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  1. Dilemma and Opportunity: The Physiology of the Soul
  2. Kathleen Wellman
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  1. Casting A Wider Net: The Multimedia Research Initiative
  2. Maureen E. Mulvihill
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  1. Executive Board, 1991-92
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  3. DOI: 10.1353/sec.2010.0336
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  1. Institutional Members of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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  1. Sponsoring Members of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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  1. Patrons of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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  1. Index
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  1. Preface
  2. Patricia B. Craddock
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  1. Contributors to Volume 22
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