Much like the Impressionist painters who sought to capture the inchoate, changing and fleeting aspects of reality in their art, Flaubert wished to give in his novel a more truthful rendering of human existence as he understood i
Starting from a speculation on the implicative quality of Prosper Mérimée's writing, we offer an interpretation of "Lokis," based on its image pattern and certain suggestive elements of its vocabulary and style.
This essay examines the relationship between French television and literature (especially French) between 1950 and the early 1970s. The study opens with a study of television's effects on viewer's reading tastes in literature.
Using data from the MLA International Bibliography (1969-76), this survey records the number of studies each year and the total for the eight years covered on each author who received a minimum of five studies.