Table of contents for A companion to the eighteenth-century English novel / edited by Paula R. Backscheider and Catherine Ingrassia.


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CONTENTS
 
Notes on Contributors										 
i
Introduction											 
ix
Catherine Ingrassia
Shared Bibliography										 xxxv
PART ONE Formative Influences								
1 	'I have now done with my island, and all manner of discourse about it': 		 1
	 Crusoe's Farther Adventures and the Unwritten History of the Novel
		Robert Markley
2 	 Fiction/Translation/Transnation: 								 54
	 The Secret History of the Eighteenth-Century Novel
		Srinivas Aravamudan
 
3 Narrative Transmigrations: 								 101
 The Oriental Tale and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century Britain				
		Ros Ballaster
4 Age of Peregrination: Travel Writing and the Eighteenth-Century Novel			 136
		Elizabeth Bohls
5 Milton and the Poetics of Ecstasy in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Fiction	 180
		Robert Erickson
6 Seduction Stories and Subaltern Resistance: Gender, Party, Nation			 234
		Toni Bowers
PART TWO World of the Eighteenth-Century Novel
7 Why Fanny Can't Read: Joseph Andrews and the (Ir)relevance of Literacy	 289
		Paula McDowell
8 Memory and Mobility: Fictions of Population in Defoe, Goldsmith, and Scott		 331
		Charlotte Sussman
 
9 Ladies in Distress, or, Tales of a Poisoning Female Parricide and a Prostitute Treated	 371 
	"in a Manner Too Shocking to Mention": Two Criminal Cases and "the Clarissa Effect"
		Lincoln Faller
10 The Erotics of the Novel 									 427
		James Turner
11 The Original American Novel: or, The American Origin of the Novel			 465
		Elizabeth Dillon
12 The Early Novel and its Readers: The Case of Eliza Haywood, Aaron Hill, 		 519
 and the Hillarians									
	Kathryn King
 
13 Momentary Fame: Female Novelists in Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews		 552
	Laura Runge
14 Women, Old Age, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel					 596
	Devoney Looser
15 Joy and Happiness										 641
	Adam Potkay
PART THREE The Novel's Modern Legacy
16 The Eighteenth-Century Novel and Print Culture: A Proposed Modesty			 681
	Christopher Flint
17 An Emerging New Canon of the British Eighteenth-Century Novel: 			 725
 Feminist Criticism, the Means of Cultural Production, and the Question of Value
	John Richetti
18 Queer Gothic		 								 759
	George H. Haggerty
19 Conversable Fictions									 784
	Kathryn Sutherland									
20 Racial Legacies: The Speaking Countenance and the Character Sketch in the Novel	 826
	Roxann Wheeler
21 Home Economics: Representations of Poverty in Eighteenth-Century Fiction		 874
	Ruth Perry
22 Whatever Happened to the Gordon Riots? : Problems in Revolutionary Representation 907
 Carol Flynn
23 The Novel Body Politic									 947
	Susan Lanser
24 Literary Culture as Immediate Reality							 983
	Paula R. Backscheider




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English fiction 18th century History and criticism Handbooks, manuals, etc