1. Albert Cohen’s Hidden Homage to Du Bellay in Ô vous, Frères Humains
  2. Molly Robinson Kelly
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  1. Tragedy in the Aftermath of the Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre: France’s First Phedre and the Hope for Peace
  2. Phillip John Usher
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  1. Lost in Translation?: A Note on Sexuality in L’Etranger
  2. Arthur Scherr
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  1. How not to Speak of Books You Can’t Ignore – the Trouble with Francophone Literature
  2. Oana Panaïté
  3. pp. 279-287
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  1. La hoguera de la violencia: El resplandor de la hoguera de Valle-Inclán
  2. Amanda L. Petersen
  3. pp. 289-299
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  1. Beyond the Boundaries of Interference: Ramón Gómez de la Serna and the Radio Revolution
  2. Nicolás Fernández-Medina
  3. pp. 301-309
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  1. Illness, Authenticity and Tolerance in Pedro Almodóvar’s Todo sobre mi madre
  2. Victoria Rivera-Cordero
  3. pp. 311-323
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  1. A Friendship Forged with Blood: Cuban Literature of the Angolan War
  2. Lanie Millar
  3. pp. 325-332
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  1. Rosalía de Castro, Tertium Exclusum of the Spanish-Portuguese Relations
  2. María do Cebreiro Rábade Villar
  3. pp. 333-340
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  1. O Cancionero Popular Tradicional do Norte de Portugal e da Galiza
  2. Carlos Nogueira
  3. pp. 341-351
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  1. The Sea and the Shield: Lacan and Epic Mirrors in Luís de Camões’s Os Lusíadas and Torquato Tasso’s Gerusalemme liberata
  2. Christopher T. Lewis
  3. pp. 353-361
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