The Eighteenth-Century Novel Volume 4 (2005)

January 2005   •   ISBN: 978-0-404-64654-7   •   Cloth $145.00

Table of Contents

Albert J. Rivero, Foreword
Barbara Benedict, Identity and Quest: Experimental Experience and the Eighteenth-Century Novel
Charles Haskell Hinnant, Moll Flanders, Roxana, and First-Person Female Narratives: Models and Prototypes
Amy Wolf, Bernard Mandeville, Henry Fielding’s Amelia, and the Necessities of Plot
Susan Carlile, Expanding the Feminine: Reconsidering Charlotte Lennox’s Age and The Life of Harriot Stuart
Emily Bowles, Frances Brooke’s Erotic-Didactic Garden: Desire, Shame, and Sensibility in The Excursion
Natalie Neill, “The trash with which the press now groans”: Northanger Abbey and the Gothic Best Sellers of the 1790s
Marc Cyr, Bad Morality, Truth, and Mrs. Smith in Persuasion
George Justice, Rasselas in The Rise of the Novel

Book Reviews

Melvyn New, Thomas Keymer, Sterne, The Moderns, and the Novel
Patricia Meyer Spacks, Maximillian E. Novak, Daniel Defoe: Master of Fictions: His Life and Ideas
Margaret Case Croskery, Ellen Pollak, Incest and the English Novel, 1684–1814
A. S. Coppola, Claude Rawson, God, Gulliver and Genocide: Barbarism and the European Imagination, 1492–1945