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VOLUME 31

SUMMER 1991

NUMBER 3


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

Jon Lance Bacon
427-443
 

Betrayal and Love in All for Love and Bérénice

Robert W. McHenry Jr.
445-461

"Partial Tyrants" and "Freeborn People" in Lucius Junius Brutus

Sue Owen

463-482

The Ethics of Reading in Swift's Abstract on Freethinking

Judith C. Mueller

483-498

Song and Speech in Anne Finch's "To the Nightingale"

Charles H. Hinnant

499-513

Dianne Dugaw

515-533

Eliza Haywood and the Romance of Obscurity

Christine Blouch

535-552

Up and down Stairways: Escher, Bakhtin, and Joseph Andrews

Astrid Masetti Lobo Costa
553-568

Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Paula R. Backscheider

569-614

 

 

 


 

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