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VOLUME 41

SUMMER 2001

NUMBER 3


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY


C O N T E N T S
Reading and Righting Moll Flanders

Thomas Grant Olsen


467-81

A Sermon by the "Queen of Whores"


Marilyn Westfall


483-97

Eliza Haywood's Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh

Earla A. Wilputte


499-514

Reading the Material Text of Swift's Verses on the Death


Stephen Karian


515-44

Georgic Transformations and Stephen Duck's "The Thresher's Labour"



Bridget Keegan



545-62

Charlotte Smith's Melancholia on the Page and Stage

Kathryn Pratt

563-81

James Cobb, Colonial Cacophony, and the Enlightenment

Nandini Bhattacharya


583-603

Change and Fixity in Sense and Sensibility

Rodney S. Edgecombe

605-22

Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Jonathan Lamb

623-75



 

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