1. (Re)writing Self and Other in Early Modern French Travel Literature
  2. Scott D. Juall
  3. pp. 1-4
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  1. Oicoe-gatou: l'altérite linguistique chez Breydenbach et Léry
  2. Phillip John Usher
  3. pp. 5-17
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  1. Nicolas de Nicolay's Navigations and the Domestic Politics of Travel Writing
  2. Marcus Keller
  3. pp. 18-31
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  1. An Uncommon Map for a Common World: Hajji Ahmed's Cordiform Map of 1559
  2. Pascale Barthe
  3. pp. 32-44
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  1. A Curious Case of Ethnographic Cleansing: The First French Interpretations of the Japanese, 1552-1555
  2. Jeff Persels
  3. pp. 45-57
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  1. Is Purgatory Burning?: Opposing Viewpoints on Travel to Purgatory in Pierre Viret's Alcumie du purgatoire
  2. Dolliann Margaret Hurtig
  3. pp. 72-80
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  1. Monstrous Alterity in Early Modern Travel Accounts: Lessons from the Ambiguous Medieval Discourse on Humanness
  2. Lynn Tarte Ramey
  3. pp. 81-95
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  1. Loathsome Neighbors and Noble Savages: The monde inversé of Antoine de Montchrétien
  2. Charlotte Catherine Wells
  3. pp. 96-106
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  1. Marc Lescarbot Reads Jacques Cartier: Colonial History in the Service of Propaganda
  2. Carla Zecher
  3. pp. 107-119
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  1. God the Father or Mother Earth?: Nouvelle France in Two Quebec Novels of the 1980s
  2. Susan L. Rosenstreich
  3. pp. 120-130
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  1. French Writers and the Politics of Complicity: Crises of Democracy in the 1940s and 1990s (review)
  2. Leah Dianne Hewitt
  3. p. 131
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