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The Literary Channel:
The Inter-National Invention of the Novel
Edited by Margaret Cohen & Carolyn Dever

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vi
Introduction by Margaret Cohen and Carolyn Dever 1
PART I: The Novel without Borders 35
CHAPTER ONE: Transnationalism and the Origins of the (French) Novel by Joan DeJean 37
CHAPTER TWO: National or Transnational? The Eighteenth-Century Novel 50
CHAPTER THREE: Sentimental Bonds and Revolutionary Characters: Richardson's Pamela in England and France by Lynn Festa 73
CHAPTER FOUR: Sentimental Communities by Margaret Cohen 106
CHAPTER FIVE: Transnational Sympathies, Imaginary Communities by April Slliston 133
PART II: Imaging the "Othered" Nation 149
CHAPTER SIX: Phantom States: Cleveland, The Recess and the Origins of Historical Fiction by Richard Maxwell 151
CHAPTER SEVEN: Gender, Empire, and Episolarity: FromJane Austen's Mansfeild Park to Marie-Therese Humbert's La montogue des Signaux by Francoise Lionnet 183
CHAPTER EIGHT: The (Dis)locations of Romantic Nationalism: Shelley, Stael, and the Home-Schooling of Monsters by Deidre Shauna Lunch 194
CHAPTER NINE: "An Occult and Immoral Tyranny": The Novel, the Police, and the Agent Provocateur by Carolyn Dever 225
CHAPTER TEN: Comparative Sapphism by Sharon marcus 251
AFTERWORD: From Literary Channel to Narrative Chunnel by Emily Apter 286
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 295
CONTRIBUTORS 303
INDEX 305

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