Nineteenth-Century French Studies 51.1–2 (Fall–Winter 2022–23)

The Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century French Studies is pleased to announce the publication of volume 51 numbers 1–2 (Fall–Winter 2022–23). The issue includes a range of articles and reviews that highlight the breadth of the discipline: from vaccination, adulterous desire, ennui, and animal ethics to Freemason women, fashion, homosexuality, cosmology, television, and excrement. As such, it continues the journal’s longstanding tradition of covering the full range of studies of nineteenth-century French literature and related fields.

A full table of contents is below and also online at www.ncfs-journal.org.

All of the journal’s book reviews from this volume are accessible online and without subscription. In addition, the web site offers complete archives of the journal’s publications since it began in 1972: table of contents from every issue, abstracts of all of the articles, and all of the book reviews published online. Finally, the web site also provides complete information about all aspects of the journal’s activities.

Bonne lecture et bonne visite,

Nineteenth-Century French Studies

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Nineteenth-Century French Studies volume 51, numbers 1 & 2 / Fall–Winter 2022–23 

Contents

ARTICLES

Margot Szarke
Textual “Piqûres”: Vaccination in the Hands of Nineteenth-Century French Writers

Laurence M. Porter
Fragmentation or Fusion: The Theme of Restoration in Nodier’s Masterwork, La Fée aux miettes

Emily Paterson-Morgan
“Dévoiler un amour secret”: Gestures of Adulterous Desire in Byron’s Don Juan Canto I and Balzac’s La Femme de trente ans

Ji Eun Hong
Zigzags, revirements et circonvolutions: les voyages excentriques et exotiques de Théophile Gautier

David Evans
Baudelaire as a Girl: Writing Through Problematic Legacies in Lisa Robertson’s The Baudelaire Fractal

Mendel Péladeau-Houle
Rimbaud, un textualisme en acte

Michael Rosenfeld
Zola nataliste ou féministe? Pouvoir féminin et sexualités subversives dans Fécondité

Christopher Robison
The Decadent Werewolf: Animal Ethics in the Autobiographical Rachilde

John D’Amico
J.-K. Huysmans with Wilhelm Wundt: Ennui, or a Mind-Body Problem

REVIEWS

NOTABLE WOMEN

Allen, James Smith. A Civil Society. The Public Space of Freemason Women in France, 1744–1944
Marie-Pierre Le Hir

Block, Elizabeth L. Dressing Up: The Women who Influenced French Fashion
Noëlle Brown

Thérenty, Marie-Ève. Femmes de presse, femmes de lettres: De Delphine de Girardin à Florence Aubenas
Kathryne Adair Corbin


ON REVOLUTIONS

Beecher, Jonathan. Writers and Revolution: Intellectuals and the French Revolution of 1848
Abigail RayAlexander

Decot, Jérémy, and Clare Siviter, editors. Un engagement en vers et contre tous: servir les révolutions, rejouer leurs mémoires (1789–1848)
Luiza Duarte Caetano


NINETEENTH-CENTURY SEXUALITIES

Rosenfeld Michael, with William A. Peniston, editors; translated by Nancy Erber and William A. Peniston. The Italian Invert: A Gay Man’s Intimate Confessions to Émile Zola
Michael R. Finn

Ross, Andrew Israel. Public City/Public Sex: Homosexuality, Prostitution, and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris
Jordan Bessette


NIGHT AND DEATH

Kelly, Dorothy. The Living Death of Modernity: Balzac, Baudelaire, and Zola
Sarah Jones

Girardin, Marina. La Mort écrite de Flaubert: nécrologies
Yves Laberge

Courant, Elsa. Poésie et cosmologie dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle: nouvelle mythologie de la nuit à l’ère du positivisme
Charlotte Berkery


GENRES AND VERSIONS

Griffiths, Kate. Zola and the Art of Television: Adaptation, Recreation, Translation
Richard Riddick

Heyraud, Violaine, and Éléonore Reverzy, editors. La Morale en action: apologues, paraboles et récits exemplaires au XIXe siècle
Hans Färnlöf

Parker-Flynn, Christina. Artificial Generation: Photogenic French Literature and the Prehistory of Cinematic Modernity
Guy Spielmann


ORGANIC MATTERS

Fougère, Marie-Ange, éditeur. L’Excrémentiel au XIXe siècle
Bruno Penteado

Guitton, Georges. Le Phoque de Flaubert
Anthony Zielonka



Citer ce billet
Julien Schuh (2022, 29 novembre). Nineteenth-Century French Studies 51.1–2 (Fall–Winter 2022–23). Société des études romantiques et dix-neuviémistes. Consulté le 22 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u0k9

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