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French poetry : the Renaissance through 1915

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: New York : Chelsea House Publishers, 1990.
Series: Critical cosmos series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of critical essays examining French poetry from the Renaissance through 1915.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
ISBN: 0877549974 9780877549970
OCLC Number: 15629135
Description: x, 478 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Harold Bloom --
François Villon, the misfit / Jefferson Humphries --
Marguerite de Navarre : the rhetoric of tears / Robert D. Cottrell --
Writing and drawing Scève's Délie / Elisabeth Guild --
Louise Labé and Pernette du Guillet : assimilation with a difference : Renaissance women poets and literary influence / Ann Rosalind Jones --
Du Bellay's emblematic vision of Rome / Daniel Russell --
Ronsard as Apollo : myth, poetry and experience in a Renaissance sonnet-cycle / Terence C. Cave --
Histoire d'oeuf : secrets and secrecy in a La Fontaine fable / Ross Chambers --
Lamartine / Georges Poulet --
Alfred de Vigny : mirror images in "La maison du berger" / Martha Noel Evans --
Babelic ruin, babelic "ebauche" : an introduction to a Hugolian problematic / Joan C. Kessler --
Victor Hugo : from spectacle to symbol / Margery Sabin --
Aloysius Bertrand : Gaspard de la nuit : prefacing genre / Richard Sieberth --
Gérard de Nerval : writing living, or madness as autiobiography / Shoshana Felman --
The mixture of genres, the mixture of styles, and figural interpretation : Sylvie, by Gérard de Nerval / Rodolphe Gasché --
Musset / Georges Poulet --
Théophile Gautier : art and the artist / Albert B. Smith --
Baudelaire : anthropomorphism and trope in the lyric / Paul de Man --
Baudelaire as modernist and postmodernist : the dissolution of the referent and the artificial "sublime" / Fredric Jameson --
Les fleurs du mal armé : some reflections on intertextuality / Barbara Johnson --
Reading as explication : Mallarmé's "Toast funèbre" / James Lawler --
Familiar and unfamiliar : Verlaine's poetic diction / Carol de Dobay Rifelj --
Corbière, Hélas! : a case of Antirayonnement / Robert L. Mitchell --
Surviving Lautréamont : the reader in Les chants de Maldoror / Robin Lydenberg --
Poetic doctrine in three of Rimbaud's verse poems / Marshall Lindsay --
Lettre I : the subject questioned / Karin J. Dilman --
Jules Laforgue : the ironic equilibrium / Warren Ramsey --
On time and poetry : a reading of Apollinaire / Dennis G. Sullivan.
Series Title: Critical cosmos series.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.

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