Nineteenth-Century French Studies 46.3–4 – Spring–Summer 2018

The Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century French Studies is pleased to announce the publication of volume 46 numbers 3–4 (Spring–Summer 2018). In addition to two Incipit dialogues about the centuries that frame the nineteenth — William Paulson and Caroline Weber in one, Gerald Prince and Debarati Sanyal in the other — this issue also features a special section entitled ‘Chateaubriand: Mapping the Post-Revolutionary World,’ edited by Jean-Marie Roulin. Crossing borders in time and in space, this issue continues the journal’s longstanding tradition of covering the full range of studies of nineteenth-century French literature and related fields.

 

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In This Issue

Incipit:

The Nineteenth Century (Mis)Reading the Eighteenth William Paulson and Caroline Weber
The Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Mis)Reading the Nineteenth

Special Section
Chateaubriand: Mapping the Post-Revolutionary World
Edited by Jean-Marie Roulin
Introduction
Jean-Marie Roulin
From Spain’s Moors to Spain’s Colonies: Chateaubriand’s Mapping of Liberty and Equality in Les Aventures du dernier Abencérage
Fabienne Moore
Chateaubriand’s Time Travel in Tunis and Carthage: An Archaeology of Mappings
Khalid Chaouch
Fragments d’un voyage en France
Fabio Vasarri
A Nation of Foreigners: Chateaubriand and Repatriation
Andrew J. Counter
Recompositions territoriales: Quand la Révolution rebat les cartes (Mémoires d’outre-tombe, livres I à XII)
Jean-Marie Roulin
Le Sourire de Marie-Antoinette: la mort en surimpression dans Mémoires d’outre-tombe
Dominique Jullien


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