Until a flourishing of scholarship in the last decade, the writer Champfleury had been banished to relative obscurity.
Baudelaire’s Salon de 1846 appears to be devoted to the textual transposition of visual experience.
Although René Girard does not himself analyze Balzac in his well-known study on the works by the “great novelists,” it is obvious that the model of “triangular desire” illuminates many important aspects of desire in Illusion
This study asks why Madame de Staël sets the conclusion of Corinne ou l’Italie in Florence.
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