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BLAISE DE MONLUC: REMONSTRANCE AND ORATORY IN THE "COMMENTAIRES"
Although most critics view Monluc's Commentaires as an historical work, there remains a literary value which cannot be neglected. Monluc recognized that an historical or military treatise alone would not ensure success. ...
THE DANCE MOTIF IN ZOLA'S "L'ASSOMMOIR" (FRANCE)
The vocabulary of l'Assommoir is one of movement; it is the vocabulary of dance. The way in which people and even animals and machines move is expressed in terms that evoke the ballet of nineteenth-century France. Thus ...
LE MYTHE DE LA ROYAUTE ET LE DRAME DU DESIR: "CROMWELL" ET SA PREFACE. (FRENCH TEXT) (VICTOR HUGO)
Rather than separating play and Preface this study applies the same critical reading to both works, exploring them from the point of view of their common structure of desire. Cromwell's desire for political sovereignty ...
LA NOSTALGIE ET LA RECHERCHE DU PARADIS PERDU DANS LES 'LAIS' DE MARIE DE FRANCE. (FRENCH TEXT)
Numerous studies have been devoted to the Lays of Marie de France, but few consider the Lays as a cohesive unity. Most critics deal only with one theme or one aspect of the Lays or examine each lay as a separate entity. Drawing ...