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SKU SP Add to Cart. Quick Overview This book will interest the specialist in many fields, treating as it does a subject that had ramifications across European literature. Choose charity:. The Champlain Society. New York: St.
Martin's Press, This guide is a collection of essays on the various periods of French literary history from to the present. It conveys a sense of the literary tone of the various periods, but includes a precise index of authors' names, genres, and miscellaneous subjects. Coward, David.
Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Coward defines literature widely and thus includes genres and works generally placed outside of the traditional literary canon, such as film and "les best-sellers. Guth, Paul.
Guth arranges his study chronologically by century and provides informative and entertaining essays on authors, groups, and movements. A detailed table of contents at the back clarifies the dense format of the text. Unfortunately, the index of personal names is divided into two distinct parts to reflect the two parts of the text: from the Middle Ages to the Revolution, and from the Revolution to the Belle Epoque.
Paris: Bordas-Laffont, Explicative text interspersed with excerpts of the discussed works and with illustrations. Paris: Arthaud, Offers a "modern and complete interpretation" of French writing as well as African, Belgian, Canadian, Swiss, and others. The second part considers the era's writing within this larger cultural context, and the third discusses the authors of the period. Each volume also includes biographical dictionaries, lengthy bibliographies, illustrations, and cultural, social, and literary timetables. See also the resources to the left in the box for Dictionaries and Encyclopedias.
The Literature Center offers some biographies of well-known French authors.
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A bio-bibliographical guide to current writers in fiction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures, television, and other fields. Provides complete biographical and bibliographical references for more than 90, authors in the U. Paris: Dictionnaires le Robert, This dictionary contains great French authors since antiquity.
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Paris: Edition Karthala, Westport, CT: Greenwood, Jullien, Claudia. Paris: Vuibert, A dictionary of biblical references in French literature. Entries are listed by subject and author. Dictionnaire des figures et des personnages.
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Paris: Nathan, A dictionary of characters and historical figures who have appeared in literature, opera, cinema, cartoons, etc. Sous la direction de Pierre Brunel. Paris: Editions du Rocher, This is a French dictionary of women who are mythical in either a literary sense, or a historical sense. Bouty, M. Paris: Hachette, Alphabetically-organized entries in two sections: works and themes.