Flaubert's Use of Saints' Names in Madame Bovary

Character names denote character functions. Gustave Flaubert creates an elaborate naming system in Madame Bovary.

Busi, Frederick

La Lettre de rupture de Rodolphe à Emma Bovary: l'énonciation parle l'économie

As Rodolphe sorts out the pretexts that lead to his split with Emma, our reading accounts for the economic strata hidden beneath the mechanisms described – for instance the decreasing sentimental value accompanies the sentimenta

Reynaud-Pactat, Patricia

Démasquer La Fille aux yeux d'or

In La Fille aux yeux d'or (1835), Balzac gives free rein; to his consuming fascination with the topic of man's mastery over woman.

Tremblay, Victor-Laurent

Indiana: Lieux et personnages féminins

This study of George Sand's first novel Indiana (1832) analyses the connection between Sand's descriptions of place and the enhancement of her heroine's character.

Massardier-Kenney, Françoise

Nerval and Money: The Currency of Dreams

In many of Nerval's works, disdain for money is a sign of mastery of life, potency, the superiority of a marginal bohemian existence, and the intangible spiritual value of literature.

Dunn, Susan.

Victor Hugo and the Hieroglyphic Novel

For the early French romantics, the past had become an architectural panorama of monuments, whose messages added up to the history, the identity, of the modern nation.

Chaitin, Gilbert D

Chateaubriand's Memoirs' `Louisianaise'

Concerning the woman he called, in his memoirs, the "Louisianaise," Chateaubriand came close to being reticent.

Redman, Harry, Jr

Fantasies of Partial Selves in Rachilde's Le Demon de l'absurde

In her collection of fantastic "contes" Le Demon de l'absurde (1894), Rachilde explores a means of female self-redefinition whereby the body's fragmentation and the loss of psychic wholeness suggest the painful process the chara

Ziegler, Robert E

Revolution: A Textual Analysis

The history of the word revolution is conceived as a test case of accommodating conflicting subtexts of a concept into a magic expression.

Ungvari, Tamas.


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