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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...