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  • The France of to-day and to-morrow 

    Cazamian, Louis François,1877-1965 (Electronic version published by Fondren Library, Rice University, made possible with funding from the Rice Historical Society and Thomas R. Williams, Ph.D., class of 2000., 1919-01)
  • The personality of France 

    Cazamian, Louis François,1877-1965 (Electronic version published by Fondren Library, Rice University, made possible with funding from the Rice Historical Society and Thomas R. Williams, Ph.D., class of 2000., 1919-01)
  • Rehabilitating the Witch: The Literary Representation of the Witch from the "Malleus Maleficarum" to "Les Enfants du sabbat" 

    Blomquist, Lisa Travis (2012)
    The representation of the witch in French literature has evolved considerably over the centuries. While originally portrayed as a benevolent and caring healer in works by Marie de France, Chrétien de Troyes, and the anonymous ...
  • Saint-Saëns, d'Indy, Debussy, and the Reconstruction of the Past in fin-de-siècle France 

    Jiang, Qingfan (2014-04-24)
    My thesis explores the highly individual reconstruction of the past in the works of Camille Saint-Saëns, Vincent d’Indy, and Claude Debussy in the context of the larger retrospective impulse in fin-de-siècle France. ...
  • Sublime Evil: The Immoral Writers' Celebration of Life 

    Koleva, Neli (2011)
    This thesis explores the problematic relationship between ethics and aesthetics as reflected in the works of six highly controversial French and American authors of the Twentieth century. The study sets out to investigate ...
  • The unity of France 

    Cazamian, Louis François,1877-1965 (Electronic version published by Fondren Library, Rice University, made possible with funding from the Rice Historical Society and Thomas R. Williams, Ph.D., class of 2000., 1919-01)