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MASTERS AND SERVANTS IN THE FRENCH NOVEL, 1715-1789
The appearance of the servant-hero in prominent eighteenth-century works such as Lesage's Gil Blas, Marivaux's Le Paysan parvenu and Diderot's Jacques le fataliste reveals a continuing preoccupation with the problem of the ...
MALLARME'S 'LES NOCES D'HERODIADE, MYSTERE': A PSYCHOANALYTIC READING (FRANCE)
Although published in 1959, the "Herodiade" manuscript has received very little attention. The purpose of this dissertation is to end this critical silence by a reading of the integral work which consists of some 200 pages ...
THE NARRATIVE MATRIX: BETRAYALS OF ORIGIN IN "LE ROUGE ET LE NOIR"
The Ancien Regime's fall forced a re-evaluation in narrative outlook: the works of Stendhal register this post-revolutionary confusion. Chapter I considers paternal surrogation as furnishing the novel's narrative springboard. ...
NARRATIVE TECHNIQUE IN FOUR GIONO NOVELS
In Narrative Discourse Gerard Genette suggests the usefulness of examining narratives in terms of the relationships which exist among the story which the narrator sets out to relate, the narrative version of the story he ...
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 ...