1. Adumbrative Allusion in Balzac’s Illusions perdues
  2. Allan H. Pasco
  3. pp. 145-152
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  1. L’échec c’est moi et ce n’est pas moi: Paludes ou l’angoisse de la réception
  2. Matthew Escobar
  3. pp. 153-164
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  1. Quand l’art assure la survie... ou La nécessité de l’art dans les pamphlets de Louis-Ferdinand Céline
  2. Agnès Hafez-Ergaut
  3. pp. 165-172
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  1. What’s in a Name?: The Power of Austin’s Performative Applied to Changes in Identity in Ruy Blas and Cyrano de Bergerac
  2. William Bradley Holley
  3. pp. 173-179
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  1. Not Man Apart: The Dialogue between Nature and Art in François Cheng’s Le Dit de Tianyi
  2. Annette Sampon-Nicolas
  3. pp. 181-189
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  1. The French Jorge Amado
  2. Alain-Philippe Durand
  3. pp. 191-202
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  1. Portrait of a Turning Point: Ana Miranda’s O retrato do rei
  2. Thomas P. Waldemer
  3. pp. 203-210
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  1. Dealing with Time in Carmen Laforet’s Nada
  2. Craig N. Bergeson
  3. pp. 211-218
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  1. Para reformar un símbolo del ser mexicano: El Banco Mundial y Carlos Monsiváis confrontan al Metro de la Ciudad de México
  2. Sean Knierim
  3. pp. 219-227
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  1. Constantes temáticas en tres novelas peruanas sobre la época del terrorismo
  2. Manuel Prendes Guardiola
  3. pp. 229-239
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  1. Las escritoras del 27 y los cometas
  2. Isabel Navas Ocaña
  3. pp. 241-249
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