Women, Revolution, and the Novels of the 1790s

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BARBARA M. BENEDICT, Associate Professor of English at Trinity College, Conn., is the author of Framing Feeling: Sentiment and Style in English Prose Fiction, 1745-1800 ( New York: AMS Press, 1994), and Making the Modern Reader. Cultural Mediation in Early Modern Literary Anthologies ( Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1996). She has also written on eighteenth-century fiction, popular culture, and book history.
KATHERINE BINHAMMER is Assistant Professor in the English Department at the University of Alberta where she teaches women's writing and eighteenth-century literature and culture. Her current research project studies the interconnections between gender and sexuality in political discourses of the 1790s. Previous articles on the 1790s have appeared in "The Journal of the History of Sexuality and Eighteenth-Century Fiction".
CATHERINE H. DECKER is an English instructor at Chaffey Community College in California. She has published work in Romanticism on the Net and The Wordsworth Circle and also has presented papers at such conferences as NEASECS and ASECS. In 1995, she edited The Aphra Behn Newsletter. Her Regency Page on the World Wide Web (http://locutus.ucr. edu/ ∼cathy/reg.html) is a large educational site dedicated to understanding fashion, literature, and culture from 1790- 1829.
CARL FISHER is an Assistant Professor of English at Austin Peay State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, has published on Defoe and historical fiction, and is currently working on a book about crowd scenes in eighteenthcentury novels.

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