Sand's Peasant Heroines: From Victim to Entrepreneur, From `Connaissance' to `Idée,' From Jeanne to Nanon

This article examines ways of knowing in George Sand's three most fully realized eponymous peasant heroines, those in Jeanne (1834), La Petite Fadette (1845), and Nanon (1872).

Rogers, Nancy E

Nous n'avons jamais été dix-neuviémistes, ou l'Avenir d'un avant-dernier siècle

Studies of nineteenth-century French literature were constituted by a triple rupture: between the twentieth-century scholar and the nineteenth-century writer, between the modernity of the post-Revolutionary era and the archaism of the ancien régim

Paulson, William
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