Volume 24, Issue 2 (2012) Form and Formalism in the British Eighteenth-Century Novel
Formalism and Eighteenth-Century English Fiction
When the editors of Eighteenth-Century Fiction asked me if I would like to edit a special number of the journal, I readily agreed but then wondered what might be a timely topic. What had the study of the eighteenth-century English novel lacked of late? What would justify and unify a special number? ... Read the rest of John Richetti's introduction to this special issue on Project MUSE.
Devotional Reading and Novel Form: The Case of David Simple
Tera H. Pettella
Remembering Nature: Soliloquy as Aesthetic Form in Mansfield Park
Lorraine J. Clark
Review of: Hugh Henry Brackenridge, Modern Chivalry, ed. Ed White
- Special Issue Guest Editor
- John Richetti
- Journal Editors
- Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins and
24:2 Book Reviews
For this issue, book reviews that appear at left in the table of contents are available online and for free at
BOOK REVIEWS LINK; visit that BOOK REVIEWS website to read all recent ECF reviews.