The Nineteenth Century in Two Parts, Issues 6354-11909

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David Baguley
Syracuse University Press, 1994 - French literature - 1488 pages
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A critical bibliography of French literature

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This long-awaited fifth volume of a six-volume set, often called the "Cabeen bibliography" after its first editor, is an invaluable source of information on 19th-century French literature ... Read full review

Contents

PART
1
Germaine de Stael by Karyna Szmurlo
51
Benjamin Constant by C P Courtney
70
FRANgOISRENE DE CHATEAUBRIAND
94
Charles Nodier by Laurence M Porter
127
Alphonse de Lamartine by Mary Ellen Birkett
162
Alfred de Vigny by Henry F Majewski and John Mal
188
Victor Hugo by Serie Victor Hugo Elliott M Grant
208
Realists by Michael Danahy and Barbara Wright
903
Jules and Michel Verne by William Butcher
923
Lautreamont Isidore Ducasse by Gloria DAmbrosio
941
Emile Zola by Philip D Walker and David Baguley
955
JorisKarl Huysmans by Owen Morgan and Catherine
1032
Guy de Maupassant by Robert Lethbridge
1054
Stephane Mallarme by Marshall C Olds and Domini
1078
Paul Verlaine by Jay Lutz
1122

Alfred de Musset by Patricia J Siegel and Brian Tarro
232
Gustave Flaubert by Eugene F Gray and Laurence M
801
Parnassian Poets by Patricia J Siegel
867
Arthur Rimbaud by Steve Murphy
1149
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