Nineteenth-Century French Studies 52:3-4

Nineteenth-Century French Studies 52:3-4

Edited by Seth Whidden

Table Of Contents

Volume 52, Numbers 3-4 (Spring/Summer 2024)

Contents

Articles
Challenges in Commemorating the Abolition of the Slave Trade in the Académie d’Amiens Poetry Contest of 1819 and 1820 155
Kylie Sago

“J’aurai un salon magnifique [. . .] et moi seul j’y entrerai”: Hospitality as Potency in Stendhal’s Armance 
Ellamae Lepper

Frères de race, amis de couleur: Diasporic Solidarities in the French Abolitionist Press 
Maria Beliaeva Solomon

Morale et désenchantement: Sainte-Beuve lecteur de La Rochefoucauld 
Philip Knee

Determinism versus the Fantastic: Toward a Hermeneutics of Enchantment 
Corry Cropper and Sara Phenix

Twilight of the Wagnerian God: Reexamining Huysmans’s and Mallarmé’s Poetic Critique of Wagner 
Adeline Heck

Coal and Fuel Alternatives in the Novels of Jules Verne 
Anne O’Neil-Henry

Lucien Descaves on Trial: Naturalism, Sexual Politics and Patriotism in the Third Republic 
Isabel Maloney

“Le point d’interrogation de Clotilde”: Doubt, Experience, and Experiment in Le Docteur Pascal 
Joseph Acquisto