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Eighteenth-Century StudiesMcMurran's book valuably examines translation's role in the beginnings of English copyright law. . . . In demonstrating that nations believed to be unilingual were really multilingual, in affirming their readers' cosmopolitanism to the extent that they dipped into others' literatures, McMurran and her fellow essayists add significantly to studies of the English novel.
— Nancy Vogeley