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Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Edited by Seth Whidden

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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 invited. Published articles are peer reviewed to ensure scholarly integrity. This journal has an extensive book review section covering a variety of disciplines. Nineteenth-Century French Studies is published twice a year in two double issues, fall/winter and spring/summer.

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Contents
From the Editor    
Incipit: On the Present and Future of the Field    
   David F. Bell and Catherine Witt
      Disciplinary Quandaries
         David F. Bell
      A Movable Field
         Catherine Witt
      Conversation

Articles
Sur les traces des loups des livres pour enfants
   Isabelle Guillaume    
“Que ne sommes-nous assez riches”: Colonial Reverie in George Sand’s Indiana
   K. Adele Okoli    
Illusion and the True: Arcades, Dioramas, and Irony in Théophile Gautier’s Fortunio
   Elizabeth Berkebile McManus    
Educating Nélida and Valentia: Female Mentorship in Two Works by Marie d’Agoult
   Hope Christiansen    
Le “Privilège de la parodie”: la censure politique dans quatre vaudevilles de Bayard, Kock, Labiche et Royer
   Janice Best    
The Sewer and the Prostitute in Les Misérables: From Regulation to Redemption
   Briana Lewis    
The Last Manifestation of Vautrin
   Marcos Roberto Flamínio Peres    

Reviews
Published online at www.ncfs-journal.org
   Hero Worship
Kadish, Doris Y., and Deborah Jenson, eds. Poetry of Haitian Independence. Trans. Norman R. Shapiro
   Víctor Figueroa
Saint-Aubin, Arthur F. The Memoirs of Toussaint and Isaac Louverture: Representing the Black Masculine Subject in Narratives of Mourning and Loss
   Mariana Past
Colson, Bruno. Napoleon on War. Trans. Gregory Elliott
   Doina Pasca Harsanyi
Ferret, Olivier, and Anne-Marie Mercier-Faivre, eds. Biographie et politique: vie publique, vie privée, de l’Ancien Régime à la Restauration
   Michael G. Kelly
Jefferson, Ann. Genius in France: An Idea and its Uses
   Adrianna M. Paliyenko

Bodies in Motion
Bara, Olivier, Mireille Losco-Lena, and Anne Pellois, eds. Les Héroïsmes de l’acteur au XIXe siècle
   Joyce Johnston
Rykner, Arnaud. Corps obscènes: pantomime, tableau vivant et autres images pas sages, suivi de Note sur le dispositif
   Jennifer Forrest
Hennessy, Susan S. Consumption, Domesticity and the Female Body in Émile Zola’s Fiction
   Sharon P. Johnson
Fagley, Robert M. Bachelors, Bastards, and Nomadic Masculinity: Illegitimacy in Guy de Maupassant and André Gide
   Charles J. Stivale
Duffy, Larry. Flaubert, Zola, and the Incorporation of Disciplinary Knowledge
   Claire White

Intertextual Relations
Neefs, Jacques, ed. Balzac, l’éternelle genèse
   Dwight Page
Acquisto, Joseph. The Fall Out of Redemption: Writing and Thinking Beyond Salvation in Baudelaire, Cioran, Fondane, Agamben, and Nancy
   Edward K. Kaplan
Locatelli, Federica. Une figure de l’expansion: la périphrase chez Charles Baudelaire
   Karen F. Quandt
Vinken, Barbara. Flaubert Postsecular: Modernity Crossed Out. Trans. Aarnoud Rommens and Susan L. Solomon
   Éric Le Calvez
Breuil, Eddie. Du Nouveau chez Rimbaud
   Stamos Metzidakis
Naturel, Mireille, ed. Proust pluriel
   François Proulx
Rignol, Loïc. Les Hiéroglyphes de la Nature: le socialisme scientifique en France dans le premier XIXe siècle
   Raphael Koenig

The Sensorial Nineteenth Century
Robert, Vincent. La Petite-fille de la sorcière: enquête sur la culture magique des campagnes du temps de George Sand
   Ying Wang
Boutin, Aimée. City of Noise: Sound and Nineteenth-Century Paris
   David Evans
Briot, Eugénie. La Fabrique des parfums: naissance d’une industrie de luxe
   Érika Wicky
Grøtta, Marit. Baudelaire’s Media Aesthetics: The Gaze of the Flâneur and Nineteenth-Century Media
   Timothy Raser
Iskin, Ruth E. The Poster: Art, Advertising, Design, and Collecting, 1860s–1900s
   Sharon Larson
Gural-Migdal, Anna. L’Écrit-Écran des Rougon-Macquart: conceptions iconiques et filmiques du roman chez Zola
   Carmen Mayer
Loti, Pierre. Pêcheur d’Islande. Ed. Alain Quella-Villéger and Bruno Vercier
   Richard M. Berrong
Wicky, Érika. Les paradoxes du détail: voir, savoir, représenter à l’ère de la photographie
   Marit Grøtta

Index    
 
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