The Eighteenth-Century Novel Volume 9 (2012)

December 2012   •   ISBN: 978-0-404-64659-2   •   Cloth $145.00

Table of Contents

Foreword

Marie E. McAllister, Pox Imagery in Clarissa
Sarah Eron, Genius, Muse: Inspiration and Invocation in Fielding’s Tom Jones
Hilary Havens, Patronage in the Novels and Letters of Charlotte Lennox
Patricia Hamilton, “The Only Excellence of Falsehood”: Rethinking Samuel Johnson’s Role in Charlotte Lennox’s The Female Quixote
Bonnie Latimer, Courting Dominion: Sir Charles Grandison, Sir George Ellison, and the Organizing Principle of Masculinity
Mercy Cannon, Productive Lives and Disabled Bodies in Millenium Hall
Kathryn Ready, The Lapdog of Luxury and Tobias Smollett’s The Expedition of Humphry Clinker
Hannah J. Doherty, Robert Bage’s Novel Merchandise: Commercialism, Gender, and Form in Late Eighteenth-Century Fiction
Geremy Carnes, “Let not religion be named between us”: Catholic Struggle and the Religious Context of Feminism in A Simple Story
Mark Zunac, The “Deceitful Poison of Hope”: Disillusionment and the Critique of the New Philosophy in Mary Hays’s Memoirs of Emma Courtney
Maximillian E. Novak, Ideological Tendencies in Three Crusoe Narratives by British Novelists during the Period Following the French Revolution: Charles Dibdin’s Hannah Hewit, The Female Crusoe, Maria Edgeworth’s Forester, and Frances Burney’s The Wanderer
Lynda A. Hall, Valuing the Superfluous Spinster: Miss Bates and the Struggle to Remain Visible
Jarrod Hurlbert, Exploring Pamela’s Textuality in the Classroom: Some Pedagogical Practices

Book Reviews

Index