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VOLTAIRE AND THE JEWS
THE ORIENTAL-OCCIDENTAL DIALOGUE IN THE NOVELS OF ANDRE MALRAUX
In La Tentation de l'Occident, written in 1926, the Chinaman Ling created a dividing line between the Orient and the Occident by saying that the Oriental wanted "to be" and that the Occidental wanted "to do." Ling's ...
THE FAIRY TALES OF MADAME D'AULNOY
Madame d'Aulnoy's Contes des fees and Nouveaux Contes des fees were published in 1697 and in 1698. They were immediately successful and wre reprinted numerous times during the eighteenth century, both inside and outside ...
Le scenario sans amour d'une fille de joie: Une nouvelle lecture de "Nana" a la lumiere de l'analyse transactionnelle. (French text);
This new reading of L'Assommoir and Nana in the light of Transactional Analysis applies to the psychology of Nana (an aspect so often denied, especially by Zola himself) and demonstrates that it overshadows the simple ...
PSYCHOANALYSIS AND THE HISTORICAL NOVEL: CONSOLIDATION AND SUBVERSION OF THE SUBJECT IN "CINQ-MARS" AND "SALAMMBO" (FRANCE, FLAUBERT)
These independently-articulated readings of two nineteenth-century historical novels, Vigny's Cinq-Mars and Flaubert's Salammbo, reiterate the theft and restitution of the elusive signifier in Lacan's well-known metaphor ...