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Research Articles

‘Moll Flanders: The Felon as Lawyer’, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 1998.

See Felon as Lawyer for full article.

Defoe and the Criminal Lawyer: Eighteenth Century Ideologies of Justice’, Sites of Discourse – Public and Private Spheres – Legal Culture, 2001.

See Criminal as Lawyer for full article.

‘Clarissa Harlowe, Pleasant Rawlins & Eighteenth-Century Discourses of Law’, Eighteenth-Century Novel, 2001.

See Clarissa & Pleasant Rawlins for full article.

‘Radcliffe’s Inquisition and Eighteenth-Century English Legal Practice’, Eighteenth-Century Novel, 2003, ed. A.Rivero.

See Radcliffe’s Inquisition for full article.

‘Clarissa: Saint or Sinner? Richardson and Eighteenth-Century Ideologies of Virtue’, The Glass, 1999.

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‘”Minerva’s favourite Sholar”: Penelope Aubin Reconsidered’, Innovation and Tradition in the Eighteenth Century, 2002.

See Penelope Aubin Reconsidered for full article.