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Booth Book. Gothic - Fred Botting Book. The epistolary novel: representations of consciousness - Joe Bray Book. Masquerade and civilization: the carnivalesque in eighteenth-century English culture and fiction - Terry Castle Book. Dreams of adventure, deeds of empire - Martin Burgess Green Book. Self-imitation in the eighteenth-century novel - Marie-Paule Laden Book. The picaresque novel - Stuart Miller Book. Probyn Book. Books and their readers in eighteenth-century England: new essays - Isabel Rivers Book.
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