1. Salammbô : Un roman à la limite du roman
  2. Isabelle Daunais
  3. pp. 683-693
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  1. Salammbô – une mythologie du vivant
  2. Gisèle Séginger
  3. pp. 694-712
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  1. Guerre et religions, guerres de Religion
  2. Agnès Bouvier
  3. pp. 713-722
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  1. Entre les dieux et les animaux: Salammbô et la bête humaine de Flaubert
  2. Göran Blix
  3. pp. 723-743
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  1. Allegro Barbaro, la violence en prose
  2. Jacques Neefs
  3. pp. 744-760
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  1. “Quelque chose de rouge”: On the aesthetics of tableaux vivants in Salammbô
  2. Dominique Jullien
  3. pp. 761-784
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  1. Jean Starobinski: Apotheosis at Hopkins
  2. Stephen G. Nichols
  3. pp. 785-786
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  1. Jean Starobinski, la relation critique
  2. Jacques Neefs
  3. pp. 787-795
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  1. La critique de la critique de la conscience Ethos et logos : la parole de Roussseau dans l’œuvre de Jean Starobinski
  2. Martin Rueff
  3. pp. 796-819
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  1. Starobinski on Rousseau, or the Heuristic Power of Opacity
  2. Wilda Anderson
  3. pp. 820-827
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  1. Poésie raisonnée, raison poétique: comprendre le génie de Buffon au regard de Jean Starobinski
  2. Hanna Roman
  3. pp. 828-838
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  1. Jean Starobinski : l’art et la manière
  2. Jean-Claude Bonnet
  3. pp. 839-847
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  1. Mohamed Kacimi’s Terre Sainte and the Banality of Terror
  2. Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller
  3. pp. 848-867
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  1. Prudency and the Inefficacy of Language: Re-politicizing Jean de la Péruse’s Médée (1553)
  2. Phillip John Usher
  3. pp. 868-880
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  1. “La simultanéité du présent”: Memory, History, and Narrative in Andreï Makine’s Novels Le Testament français and Requiem pour l’Est
  2. Julie Hansen
  3. pp. 881-899
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  1. Violence and Representation in the Works of Georges Bataille and Michel Leiris
  2. Peter Poiana
  3. pp. 900-916
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  1. Espèces de travestissements et travestissement de l’espèce dans l’écriture de Genet
  2. Mairéad Hanrahan
  3. pp. 917-934
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  1. Fantaisies artistiques aux débuts de la revue L’Artiste
  2. Nicolas Valazza
  3. pp. 935-949
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  1. French Global. A New Approach to Literary History ed. by Christie McDonald and Susan Rubin Suleiman (review)
  2. Elena Kazakova
  3. pp. 950-953
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  1. A New History of Medieval French Literature by Jacqueline Cerquiglini-Toulet (review)
  2. Courtney Palmbush
  3. pp. 953-956
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  1. The Weather in Proust by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick (review)
  2. Hannah Freed-Thall
  3. pp. 964-965
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  1. The Book as Instrument: Stéphane Mallarmé, the Artist’s Book, and the Transformation of Print Culture by Anna Sigrídur Arnar (review)
  2. Grant Wiedenfeld
  3. pp. 967-970
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  1. Visible Writings: Cultures, Forms, Readings ed. by Marija Dalbello and Mary Shaw (review)
  2. Abigail RayAlexander
  3. pp. 970-976
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  1. Accuser et séduire. Essais sur Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and: Diderot, un diable de ramage by Jean Starobinski (review)
  2. Flora Champy
  3. pp. 976-981
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 982-986
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