1. The Virgin and the Spy: Authority, Legacy, and the Reading Public in Eliza Haywood's The Invisible Spy
  2. Daniel Froid
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  1. Making Weather: Communication Networks and the Great Storm of 1703
  2. Sean Silver
  3. pp. 495-518
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  2. Richard Squibbs
  3. pp. 519-537
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  1. Maria Edgeworth's Belinda: A Dialogue with Alexander Pope
  2. Victoria Warren
  3. pp. 539-569
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  1. The Danger of Liaisons
  2. Jennifer Tsien
  3. pp. 571-579
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  1. Collaboration in the Humanities: The Art of the Academic Dance
  2. Sharon Alker, Holly Faith Nelson
  3. pp. 581-592
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  1. Femmes auteurs du XVIIIe siècle éd. by Ángeles Sirvent Ramos, María Isabel Corbí Sáez et María Ángeles Llorca Tonda (review)
  2. Kim Gladu
  3. pp. 595-598
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  1. In Praise of Fiction: Prefaces to Romances and Novels, 1650–1760 by Baudouin Millet (review)
  2. Angelina Del Balzo
  3. pp. 598-601
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  1. Robinson Crusoe and His Doubles: The English Robinsonade of the Eighteenth Century by Artur Blaim (review)
  2. Ian Kinane
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  1. The Scottish Enlightenment and Literary Culture ed. by Ralph McLean, Ronnie Young, and Kenneth Simpson (review)
  2. Juliet Shields
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  1. The Ladies of Llangollen: Desire, Indeterminacy, and the Legacies of Criticism by Fiona Brideoake (review)
  2. Allana Mayer
  3. pp. 609-611
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  1. Antitheatricality and the Body Public by Lisa A. Freeman (review)
  2. Kristina Straub
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