Resonant Themes: Literature, History, and the Arts in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Europe : Essays in Honor of Victor Brombert
Victor H. Brombert, Stirling Haig
U.N.C. Department of Romance Languages, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 213 pages
This collection of 12 essays written in French and English honours Victor Brombert, the humanist, thinker and scholar who taught for many years at Yale and Princeton Universities. The subjects range broadly over the literature, music and paintings of France, Russia, Italy, and Germany.
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