Read through the ironical prism of the Mémoires, René allegorizes the response of the pre-1802 Chateaubriand to the Revolution.
Frèdèric Mistral's 1859 Mirèio, describing life in Provence, contains a number of landscape descriptions, the study of which allows the reader to perceive its ideological undercurrents.
In "Le Message," a single name is suggested, on the one hand for the scandalous vulnerability of discourse to accident, deviation and triangulation, and on the other for the strange power of resonance, the inexhaustible profundi
Chronicle of "modern authors" whose works were played by Rachel, such as Ponsard, Hugo, Legouvé Scribe and others, most of whom have been forgotten today.
Philhellenism at La Comédie-Française. Includes letters.
Study of Dumas's theater criticism
Role of Henri-Louis Delloye as editor of the works of Chateaubriand, Balzac, Victor Hugo, et al.
Study of place names in Chateaubriand's fiction.
Study of the narrator and narration in Chateaubriand's Mémoires d'Outre-Tombe.
It is generally assumed that the novel of education, the "Bildungsroman," is a peculiarly German phenomenon.
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