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Forthcoming numbers of French Studies will contain the following articles:

Matilda Bruckner, Marcabru’s Estornel: On Ventriloquists, or The Art of Putting Words in Your Belly

Mairéad Hanrahan, Une Écriture retorse: la réponse de Genet à ses juges

Christopher Johnson, ‘French’ Cybernetics

Anna Jörngården, Two Barbarians in Paris: Gauguin and Strindberg’s Gendered Dialogue on Time and Place

Sarah Kay, ‘As in Heart, so in Mouth’: Translating the Scandal of Wolfish Desire in the Motif of the Wolf at School from Fables to Peire Vidal

Eric MacPhail, Montaigne and the Theatre of Conscience

Jonathan Morton, État présent: The Roman de la Rose

John Phillips, État présent: Sade

Kathryn Robson, Psychic Plagiarism: The Death of a Child in Marie Darrieussecq’s Tom est mort and Camille Laurens’s Philippe

Paul Scott, Authenticity and Textual Transvestism in the Cross-Dressed Mémoires of the Abbé de Choisy

Daan Van de Velde, Le Paragraphe dans le Discours de la méthode

Shane Weller, Voidance: Linguistic Negativism in Maurice Blanchot’s Fiction [End Page 449]



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