Zola ou l'envers de la science: de La Faute de l'abbé Mouret au Docteur Pascal

Eighteen years elapsed between the publication of La Faute de l'abbé Mouret (1875) and Le Docteur Pascal (1893), respectively fifth and last in Zola's Rougon-Macquart series of twenty novels.

Jennings, Chantal Bertrand.

Les Paradis perdus: espace et regard dans La Conquête de Plassons de Zola

Zola's La Conquête de Plassans (1874) is truly a political novel, not only for the numerous scenes depicting provincial politics during the Second Empire, but, at a more abstract and fundamental level, by virtue of its central t

Baguley, David.

Echos de la mère dans la perception du temps chez Baudelaire

In many of his writings, especially his letters to his mother, Baudelaire shows that he perceives time in its flight all the more acutely that it is not well used.

Fredrickson, Hélène.

'Je' dans les Tableaux Parisiens de Baudelaire

The unity of the Tableaux Parisiens derives less from urban themes than from the focus on a lyrical "I" whose identity is indistinguishable from the poetic discourse he produces and is produced by.

Chambers, Ross.

The Love Theme and the Monologue Structure in Armance

Stendhal presents as the dominant theme of his first novel, the Octave-Armance love affair. He enhances the increasing dramatic tension of the relationship between the two cousins by employing the obstacle technique.

Comeau, Paul T.

The Dream-Frame in Gautier's Contes fantastiques

For Théophile Gautier, the conte fantastique is a narrative that is conscious of itself as a work of art. The technique used by Gautier to develop this concept is to frame his stories narratively in dreams.

Lowin, Joseph G.

Two Misogynist Novels: A Feminist Reading of Villiers and Verne

Although Villiers's L'Eve future has been advanced as the source for Verne's Le Château des Carpathes, actual influence, if any, is insignificant.

Rose, Marilyn Gaddis.

Critique architecturale dans Les Rougon-Macquart

Architectural imagery and criticism in Zola's Les Rougon-Macquart.

Maione, Michael.

The Function of Mythic Patterns In Balzac's La Recherche de l'absolu

The function of the Faustian myth in Balzac's La Recherche de l'absolu is to give form and expression to paradoxical truths about human genius; it provides a model for understanding the apparent contradictions in the dynamics of

Majewski, Henry F.

Corinne: une artiste héroïne de roman

When Mme de Staël published Corinne ou l'Italie in 1807, most people read the novel as an idealized representation of its author's life. However, today's reader will find in it the image of the ideal female artist.

Dehon, Claire L.


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