- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Note on the Text and Abbreviations
- Introduction: “Force or Fraud”?
1Seduction Stories in Seventeenth‐Century Literary History
2The Problem of Resistance in Old‐Tory Ideology: Passive Obedience, Seduction Plots, and the Five Love‐Letters
3Seduction and Sedition: James, Duke of Monmouth and Seduction‐Story Paradigms
4Seduction and Resistance: Behn's Love‐Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister
5Tory Sensibilities Old and New: The Perils of False Brethren and Passive Obedience
6The Problem of Collusion: Manley's The New Atalantis
7Constructing Scandalous Virtue: The Adventures of Rivella and Two Perjur'd Beauties
8Making a Virtue of Complicity: Haywood's Scandal Fiction
9Collusive Resistance and Complicit Virtue: Richardson's Pamela and Clarissa
- Sir Charles Grandison and Late Eighteenth‐Century Seduction Fiction
- Force or Fraud
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