Table of contents for Bastards and foundlings : illegitimacy in eighteenth-century England / Lisa Zunshine.

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List of Illustrations
Introduction		Cultural Narratives of Illegitimacy
Chapter 1	Bastard Daughters and Foundling Heroines:
Rewriting Illegitimacy in The Conscious Lovers
Chapter 2		Moll Flanders and the English "Shelter for Bastards"
Chapter 3		Kicking out the Cubs: The Wrong Heirs of Richardson's Clarissa
Chapter 4		Tom Jones: Resisting the Mythologization of Bastardy
Chapter 5	Female Philanthropy, the London Foundling Hospital, and Richardson's The History of Sir Charles Grandison
Chapter 6	The Children "Owned By None":
Divided Bastardy in Frances Burney's Evelina
Chapter 7	Harriet Smith in Brunswick Square:
"Common Sense" Bastardy in Austen's Emma
Postscript		BBC Rewrites Tom Jones's Illegitimacy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
Illegitimacy in literature.
Illegitimate children -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
Illegitimacy -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
Illegitimate children in literature.
Parent and child in literature.
Foundlings in literature.
Adultery in literature.