Nineteenth-Century French Studies 52.1–2 (Fall–Winter 2023–24)

Nineteenth-Century French Studies 52.1–2 (Fall–Winter 2023–24)

 

The Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century French Studies is pleased to announce the publication of volume 52 numbers 1–2 (Fall–Winter 2023–24). In addition to an Invited Essay by Michael Lucey on trajectories of readability, the issue includes a range of articles and reviews that highlight the breadth of the discipline: from social media, Sarah Bernhardt, and Human/Animal relationality to the city of Paris (and the parasite, and/or under siege), boxing, des Esseintes’s turtle, the Muslim Mediterranean, Victor Hugo, and the alphabetAs 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 52, numbers 1 & 2 / Fall–Winter 2023–24 

 

Contents

 

 

INVITED ESSAY

 

Michael Lucey

Conceptualizing Trajectories of Readability

 

 

ARTICLES

 

Madison Mainwaring

Ballet and Celebrity at the Paris Opera, or the Dreams of the Rat

 

Leah Powers

Between Science and Sorcery: Reimagining Human and Animal Relationality in George Sand’s La Petite Fadette

 

Hammam Aldouri

The Initial Expression is the Final Impression: The First Sentence of Baudelaire’s “Le Peintre de la vie moderne”

 

Hannah Frydman

“Confidences épistolaires de la Vénus publique”: Real-time Communication, Voyeuristic Reading, and Social Media’s Erotic Pre-History in the Petite Correspondance 

 

Susanna Lee

“Sans doute habituée à une existence sédentaire”: des Esseintes’s Turtle and the Residue of Naturalism 

 

Corina Sandu

Le discours médiatique transatlantique avant 1900: l’exemple de la première tournée de Sarah Bernhardt en Amérique 

 

Robert Ziegler

Homeless Narrative in Jean Lorrain’s Monsieur de Phocas

 

 

REVIEWS

 

 

MEDIA MATTERS

 

Albert, Nicole G., and Patrick Chardon, editors. Akademos, la première revue homosexuelle française, 1909: mode d’emploi

Robert O. Steele

 

Brehm, Brett. Kaleidophonic Modernity: Transatlantic Sound, Technology, and Literature

Renée Altergott

 

Foss, Colin. The Culture of War: Literature of the Siege of Paris 1870–1871 

Sima Godfrey

 

Planté, Christine, and Marie-Ève Thérenty, editors. Féminin / Masculin dans la presse du XIXe siècle

Helen Craske

 

Smith, Macs. Paris and the Parasite: Noise, Health, and Politics in the Media City

Aimée Boutin

 

 

FORM AND FUNCTION

 

Färnlöf, Hans. La Motivation littéraire: du formalisme russe au constructivisme

Christina A. Oikonomopoulou

 

Lübecker, Nikolaj. Twenty-First Century Symbolism: Verlaine, Baudelaire, Mallarmé

Eloïse Sureau

 

Pearson, Roger. The Beauty of Baudelaire: The Poet as Alternative Lawgiver

Helen Abbott

 

 

SPORTS AND LEISURE

 

Cropper, Corry, and Seth Whidden, editors. Velocipedomania: A Cultural History of the Velocipede in France

Elizabeth Emery

 

Guégan, Stéphane. Baudelaire: l’art contre l’ennui 

Yves Laberge

 

Ville, Sylvain. Le Théâtre de la boxe: naissance d’un spectacle sportif (Paris-Londres, 1880–1930)

Corry Cropper

 

 

IMPERIAL PASSAGES

 

Cooper, Barbara, éditrice. Crimes et châtiments dans l’aire atlantique (1827–1841): une anthologie

Maria Beliaeva Solomon

 

Hartley, Julia, Wanrug Suwanwattana, and Jennifer Yee, editors. French Decadence in a Global Context: Colonialism and Exoticism 

Richard Riddick

 

Murray-Miller, Gavin. Empire Unbound: France and the Muslim Mediterranean, 1880–1918

Margaret Anderson

 

Todd, David. A Velvet Empire: French Informal Imperialism in the Nineteenth Century

Maureen DeNino

 

Rattazzi, Marie, née Bonaparte-Wyse, edited by Barbara T. Cooper. L’Adventurière des colonies: drame en cinq actes suivi de documents inédits 

Courtney Sullivan

 

 

NEW DIRECTIONS

 

Bouamer, Siham, and Loïc Bourdeau, editors. Diversity and Decolonization in French Studies: New Approaches to Teaching

Éric Essono Tsimi

 

Boulard, Stéphanie, and Pierre Georgel. Hugographies: rêveries de Victor Hugo sur les lettres de l’alphabet

Briana Lewis

 

Conroy, Melanie. Literary Geographies in Balzac and Proust 

Bianca Romaniuc-Boularand

 

 

VISUAL ARTS

 

Butterfield-Rosen, Emmelyn. Modern Art and the Remaking of Human Disposition

Harmon Siegel

 

Grigsby, Darcy Grimaldo. Creole: Portraits of France’s Foreign Relations During the Long Nineteenth Century

Jennifer Yee

 

Thomson, Richard. The Presence of the Past in French Art, 1870–1905: Modernity and Continuity

Jonathan P. Ribner



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Julien Schuh (2023, 11 décembre). Nineteenth-Century French Studies 52.1–2 (Fall–Winter 2023–24). Société des études romantiques et dix-neuviémistes. Consulté le 22 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u0ok

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