In this Issue
Nineteenth-Century French Studies provides scholars and students with the opportunity to examine new trends, review promising research findings, and become better acquainted with professional developments in the field. Scholarly articles on all aspects of nineteenth-century French literature and criticism are published. Invited essays of nearly double the length of a traditional article and Incipit, a dialogic format in which two colleagues debate a matter of primary concern to the field, are also featured.
published byUniversity of Nebraska Press
viewing issueVolume 32, Number 1&2, Fall-Winter 2003-2004
Table of Contents
Art, Culture, History
- Theophile Gautier, militant du romantisme (review)
- pp. 181-182
- DOI: 10.1353/ncf.2003.0061
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