1. Richardson’s Sir Charles Grandison and the Symptoms of Subjectivity
  2. Rebecca Anne Barr
  3. pp. 391-411
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  1. What Is Called Corporeal: William Blake and the Question of the Body
  2. Erin M. Goss
  3. pp. 413-430
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  1. Death Becomes Her: Figuration and Decay in Swift’s “Birthday Poems” to Stella
  2. David M. Palumbo
  3. pp. 431-450
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  1. ‘All Whores are Jacobites’: Terror, Book, and Body in the Writings of John Dunton
  2. Elizabeth Kubek
  3. pp. 451-470
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  1. ‘Accumulate! Accumulate! That is Moses and the Prophets!’: Secularism, Historicism, and the Critique of Enthusiasm
  2. Jordana Rosenberg
  3. pp. 471-490
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  1. Scripture, Enlightenment, and the Invention of Race: Colin Kidd’s The Forging of Races
  2. George E. Boulukos
  3. pp. 491-495
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  1. Servants of the Market: Pamela’s Literary Entourage
  2. Lynn Festa
  3. pp. 497-501
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  1. A Review of Evan Gottlieb, Feeling British: Sympathy and National Identity in Scottish and English Writing, 1707–1832
  2. Janet Sorensen
  3. pp. 503-508
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  1. Author Index
  2. p. 511
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  1. Subject Index
  2. pp. 513-526
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 509-510
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