The Eighteenth-Century Novel Volume 1 (2001)

July 2001   •   ISBN: 978-0-404-64651-6   •   Cloth $145.00

Table of Contents

Jennifer Margulis, Spies, Pirates, and White Slaves: Encounters with the Algerines in Three Early American Novels
James How, Clarissa’s Cyberspace: The Development of Epistolary Space in Richardson’s Clarissa
Beth Swan, Clarissa Harlowe, Pleasant Rawlines, and Eighteenth-Century Discourses of Law
Tiffany Potter, “A God-like Sublimity of Passion”: Eliza Haywood’s Libertine Consistency
Amy M. King, Linnaeus’s Blooms: Botany and the Novel of Courtship
George Boulukos, The Grateful Slave: A History of Slave Plantation Reform in the British Novel, 1750–1780
Jonathan Laidlow, A Compendium of Shandys: Methods of Organizing Knowledge in Sterne’s Tristram Shandy
Stuart Sim, Stern—Chaos—Complexity
Sara Gadeken, “A Method of Being Perfectly Happy”: Technologies of the Self in the Eighteenth-Century Female Community
Lori Walk, Questing for Family in Joseph Andrews and David Simple
Corie Schweitzer, Public Good and Private Mischief: Daniel Defoe’s Journal of Three Nations in A Journal of the Plague Year
Nicholas Mason, Class, Gender, and Domesticity in Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda
Marilyn L. Barth, Exploring the Book Arts through One Fine Copy of The Castle of Otranto
Virginia Duff, “I should not care to mix my breed”: Gender, Race, Class, and Genre in Mary Davys’ The Accomplished Rake, or Modern Fine Gentleman

Book Reviews

Gareth Evans, Julia Stern, The Plight of Feeling: Sympathy and Dissent in the Early American Novel
Dick Claésson, Timothy Mowl, William Beckford: Composing for Mozart
Mary McAlpin, May Seidman Trouille, Sexual Politics in the Age of Enlightenment: Women Writers Read Rousseau