Now Available: Eighteenth-Century Fiction Vol. 36, No 1

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The initial segment of this two-part special issue, titled "Refusing 18th-Century Fictions" and edited by Manu Samriti Chander and Eugenia Zuroski, is now accessible online. The articles within this issue not only explore but also challenge the paradigm of diverse eighteenth-century fictions.

Among these articles, you will find an analysis of racial imaginaries in Charles Lamb’s “China essays,” an expanded critical account of queer orientations in Sarah Scott’s “Millennium Hall,” and a discussion on the statue of Father Antonia Vieira in Lisbon, Portugal, providing an opportunity to explore history writing as a narrative genre.

Eighteenth-Century Fiction is an international, peer-reviewed quarterly devoted to the critical and historical investigation of literature and culture of the period 1660-1832. Since its foundation in 1988, ECF has expanded its scope to reflect changes in the discipline, and we now solicit and publish a variety of approaches on a wide range of relevant cultural materials. ECF is available in print and online.

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