1. Incipit: On the Present and Future of the Field
  2. David F. Bell, Catherine Witt
  3. pp. 145-182
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  1. Disciplinary Quandaries
  2. David F. Bell
  3. pp. 146-153
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  1. A Movable Field
  2. Catherine Witt
  3. pp. 154-161
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  1. Conversation between David F. Bell (dfb) and Catherine Witt (cw)
  2. pp. 162-182
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  1. Sur les traces des loups des livres pour enfants
  2. Isabelle Guillaume
  3. pp. 183-200
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  1. “Que ne sommes-nous assez riches”: Colonialist Reverie in George Sand’s Indiana
  2. K. Adele Okoli
  3. pp. 201-217
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  1. Illusion and the True: Arcades, Dioramas, and Irony in Théophile Gautier’s Fortunio
  2. Elizabeth Berkebile McManus
  3. pp. 218-234
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  1. Educating Nélida and Valentia: Female Mentorship in Two Works by Marie d’Agoult
  2. Hope Christiansen
  3. pp. 235-249
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  1. Le “Privilège de la parodie”: La censure politique dans quatre vaudevilles de Bayard, Kock, Labiche et Royer
  2. Janice Best
  3. pp. 250-265
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  1. The Sewer and the Prostitute in Les Misérables: From Regulation to Redemption
  2. Briana Lewis
  3. pp. 266-278
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  1. The Last Manifestation of Vautrin
  2. Marcos Flamínio Peres
  3. pp. 279-290
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 291-296
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  1. From the Editor
  2. p. xi
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