Nineteenth-Century French Studies 30:3/4

Nineteenth-Century French Studies 30:3/4

Edited by Marshall C. Olds

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Table Of Contents

ARTICLES

  • How Not to Speak of Incest: Atala and the Secrets of Speech
    Luke Bouvier
  • A Genius for the Modern Era: Madame de Staël’s Corinne
    Gayle A. Levy
  • Pricking the Male Ego: Pins and Needles in Flaubert, Maupassant, and Zola
    Mary Donaldson-Evans
  • “Ring out the Old, Ring in the New”: The Symbolism of Bells in Nineteenth-Century French Poetry
    Aimée Boutin
  • Telling Stories in Baudelaire’s Spleen de Paris
    Cheryl Krueger
  • Hand Writing: Dismembering and Re-Membering in Nodier, Nerval and Maupassant
    Susan Hiner
  • East/West: Appropriation of Aspects of the Orient in Maypassant’s Bel-Ami
    Susan M. Barrow
  • Divine Images of Hysteria in Emile Zola’s Lourdes
    Kathleen Ann Comfort
  • Monsters, New Women and Lady Professors: A Centenary Look Back at Gabrielle Réval
    Gretchen van Slyke
  • Renée Vivien and The Ladies of the Lake
    Tama Lea Engelking

BOOK REVIEWS

  • GENERAL CRITICAL STUDIES
    • Basch, Sophie. Paris-Venise, 1887-1932. La “folie vénitienne” dans le roman français de Paul Bourget à Maurice Dekobra
      Julia Przybos
    • Bertrand-Jennings, Chantal, ed. Masculin/Féminin: Le XIX Siècle à l’épreuve du genre
      Claudia Moscovici
    • Brown, Marshall, ed. The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 5: Romanticism
      Stephen Behrendt
    • Lloyd, Rosemary, and Brian Nelson, eds. Women Seeking Expression: France 1789-1914
      Katrina Perry
    POETRY STUDIES
    • Vilain, Robert. The Poetry of Hugo von Hofmannsthal and French Symbolism
      Richard Shryock
    ART, CULTURE, MUSIC
    • Bloom, Peter, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Berlioz
      Margaret Miner
    • Burr Margadant, Jo, ed. The New Biography: Performing Femininity in Nineteenth-Century France
      Mary Jane Cowles
    BALZAC STUDIES
    • Vachon, Stéphane, ed. Honoré de Balzac. Mémoire de la critique
      Alain-Philippe Durand
    BAUDELAIRE STUDIES
    • Lasforgue, Pierre. Ut Pictura poesis: Baudelaire, la peinture et le romantisme
      Timothy Raser
    CHATEAUBRIAND STUDIES
    • Berchet, Jean-Claude, and Philippe Berthier, eds. Chateaubriand mémorialiste. Colloque du cent cinquantenaire (1848-1998)
      Fernande Bassan
    • Chateaubriand. Mémoires d’outre-tombe. Jean-Claude Berchet, ed.
      Fernande Bassan
    • Moisan, Philippe. Les Natchez de Chateaubriand: L’utopie, l’abîme et le feu
      Fernande Bassan
    FLAUBERT STUDIES
    • Orr, Mary. Flaubert: Writing the Masculine
      Sonja Dams Kropp
    GAUTIER STUDIES
    • Théophile Gautier. Correspondance générale 1872, et complements. XII. Claudine Lacoste-Veysseyre, ed.
      Constance Gosselin Schick
    HUGO STUDIES
    • Roman, Myriam. Victor Hugo et le roman philosophique: Du « drame dans les faits » au « drame dans les idées »
      Kathryn M. Grossman
    LAMARTINE STUDIES
    • Alphonse de Lamartine. Voyage en Orient. Sarga Moussa, ed.
      Bénédicte Monicat
    MALLARMÉ STUDIES
    • Lloyd, Rosemary. Mallarmé: The Poet and his Circle
      Evlyn Gould
    MAUPASSANT STUDIES
    • Weatherilt, Michael. Maupassant’s Boule de suif and the Tales of the Franco-Prussian War
      Philip G. Hadlock
    NERVAL STUDIES
    • Nerval Aurélia, precede des Illuminés et de Pandora. Michel Brix and Claude Pichois, eds.
      Barbara Keller
    • Nerval Les Filles du Feu, Les Cbimère: Tombeau de Nerval
      Beryl Schlossman
    SAND STUDIES
    • Hiddleston, Janet. Indiana; Mauprat
      Hope Christiansen
    • Hiddleston, Janet. George Sand and Autobiography
      Hope Christiansen
    • George Sand. Spiridion (texte de 1842). Avant-propos de Oscar A. Haac et introduction de Michèle Hecquet
      Françoise Massardier-Kenney
    STENDHAL STUDIES
    • Stendhal: L’Ame et la musique: Vies de Haydn, de Mozart et de Métastase. Vie de Rossini, Notes d’un dilettante. Suzel Esquier, ed.
      Fernande Bassan
    ZOLA STUDIES
    • Haavik, Kristof H. In Mortal Combat: The Conflict of Life and Death in Zola’s Rougon-Macquart
      Lewis Kamm