restricted access   Volume 55, Number 4, Winter 2014

Table of Contents

Henry Fielding’s The Female Husband and the Sexuality of Vagrancy

pp. 335-353
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Laughter, Skepticism, and the Pleasures of Being Misunderstood in Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

pp. 355-375
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Maria Edgeworth’s The Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock: Symbolic Unification, Women’s Education, and the Marriage Plot

pp. 377-390
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Beastly Sodomites and the Shameless Urban Future

pp. 391-410
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Stories of Everything: Epics, Encyclopedias, and Concepts of “Complete” Knowledge

pp. 411-430
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The Mendicants in the New World City

pp. 431-434
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Indentured Servitude, Material Identities, and Daniel Defoe in the Chesapeake Colonies

pp. 435-440
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A New Unmodern Eighteenth Century

pp. 441-449
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A History of Inanimate Minds

pp. 451-453
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Print into Fiction, Readers into Authors

pp. 455-459
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 461-462
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