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Imagination and Language: Collected Essays on Constant, Baudelaire, Nerval and Flaubert ebook

by Malcolm Bowie,Alison Fairlie


Also containing a previously unpublished essay on Nerval and a bibliography of Professor Fairlie's critical writings, this is a volume readers of all kinds will find a work of exceptional depth and coherence.

ISBN-13: 978-0521269216.

Bowie, Malcolm, 1943-2007.

French literature - 19th century - History and criticism. Publisher Associated-names. Bowie, Malcolm, 1943-2007. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe16. hongkong on July 7, 2018. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Alison Fairlie; Malcolm Bowie. In this volume, originally published in paperback in 1984, Professor Alison Fairlie provides a series of essays on Constant, Baudelaire, Nerval and Flaubert, containing not simply practical guidance, but intellectual stimulus far richer than that provided by many full-length critical volumes. Readers of all kinds will find this a work of exceptional depth and coherence.

Personal Name: Bowie, Malcolm, 1943-2007.

Fairlie, Alison Personal Name: Bowie, Malcolm, 1943-2007.

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Collected essays on Constant, Baudelaire, Nerval and Flaubert, hrsg. Essays in honour of Alison Fairlie, hrsg. von Dorothy Gabe Coleman und Gillian Jondorf, Glasgow 1987. von Malcolm Bowie, Cambridge 1981 (darin Constant romancier , S. 61–70, admirable article laut François Rosset: La triade amoureuse du romancier Constant, in: Cahiers de l'Association internationale des études francaises 48, 1996, S. 337–354, Anmerkung 3). Literatur. The Independent 3. März 1993. Literatur von und über Alison Fairlie im SUDOC -Katalog (Verbund.

Publication Information. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1981. French literature-19th century-History and critism-Addresses, essays, lectures.

will ring true with all those friends of hers who found how much more difficult it is to overcome true modesty than the false variety.

Innumerable scholars have looked to Alison Fairlie for guidance in locating important areas for research and in choosing productive and provocative critical questions to ask about nineteenth-century French literature. These essays contain not simply practical guidance, but intellectual stimulus far richer than that provided by many of the full-length critical volumes that others have devoted to Constant, Baudelaire, Nerval and Flaubert. The essays in this volume, which was originally published in paperback in 1984, fall into four sharply characterised groups, one on each author. In each group, Alison Fairlie explores a recurrent set of critical problems and describes a series of exemplary encounters between language and the artistic imagination. Also containing a previously unpublished essay on Nerval and a bibliography of Professor Fairlie's critical writings, this is a volume readers of all kinds will find a work of exceptional depth and coherence.
Imagination and Language: Collected Essays on Constant, Baudelaire, Nerval and Flaubert ebook
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Malcolm Bowie,Alison Fairlie
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