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2007

Art as Passion in Anatole France's Le Lys rouge

At first glance, Anatole France’s Le Lys rouge (1894) is a straightforward love story capitalizing on a fin-de-siècle vogue for medieval Italian art.

Emery, Elizabeth.

La Dynamique descriptive chez Zola et les Goncourt

La présence nécessaire de personnages observateurs intermédiaires, entre le lecteur et le visible romanesque chez Zola, est la clé d’une dynamique descriptive qui mène tout objet de regard, animé ou non animé, vers une dissoluti

El Kettani, Soundouss

L'Empereur fardé: Napoléon III des Châtiments à Débâcle

This article takes as its point of departure the historically controverted detail of the makeup that Napoleon III was said to have worn on the battlefieds of Sedan.

Lintz, Bernadette C.

Rhetorical and Social Geographies in Stéphane Mallarmé's 'Bucolique'

Two themes of Mallarmé’s later work – the expansion of poetic language and the changing public role of literature – converge in Stéphane Mallarmé’s 1895 poème critique [critical poem] "Bucolique." In her reading of the poem, Pie

Pies, Stacy.

Jules Vallés and the Anarchist Novel

Vallès’s anarchism has often been seen in terms of his sensibility, his biography, and particularly his relationship with Proudhon.

Nematollahy, Ali.

'À une dame créole' de Charles Baudelaire: de l'ambiguïté colonialiste à l'ambiguïté plurielle

This essay supplements existing readings of Baudelaire’s sonnet "À une dame créole" (1845) by apprehending it not as a univocal piece centered on colonialist ambiguity, but as a locus of semantic plurality where this ambiguity c

Morisi, Eve Célia.

Désir Colonial et 'Conscience Historique Authentique': 'La Belle Dorothée' de Charles Baudelaire

Contemporary critics of Charles Baudelaire’s 1863 prose poem "La Belle Dorothée" have interpreted the figure of the liberated female slave Dorothée as a slave of imitation of whiteness.

Sicard-Cowan, Hélène.

Nightmares of Absence: Hugo and 'Le Rouet d'Omphale'

This article offers a new reading of an understudied poem from Les Contemplations (1856), "Le Rouet d’Omphale." By analysing the poem’s rich web of intra- and intertextual allusions, from Ovid and Catullus to Hugo’s "La Pente de

Cox, Fiona.

Rue Cuvier, rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hillaire, rue Lamarck: Politics and Science in the Streets of Paris

In the City of Light the hegemonic right to affix identities is everywhere encoded in the commemorative nomenclature exhibited by streets and squares, statutary and monuments.

Henry, Freeman G.

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