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|Document Type:||Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Seth Whidden; Ebrary, Inc.
|ISBN:||9780754696988 0754696987 9780754666431 0754666433|
|Reproduction Notes:||Online-Ausg. Palo Alto, Calif. ebrary, 2010. online-Ressource.|
|Description:||ix, 187 p.|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction: on collaboration, Seth Whidden; Collaboration Before the Revolution: How often did authors write alone?: ways of becoming an author in early modern France, Joan DeJean; 'Le diner des philosophes': conviviality and collaboration in the French Enlightenment, John R. Iverson. The 19th Century: A Long Century of Collaboration: Collaboration and solidarity: the collective strategies of the romantic cenacle, Anthony Glinoer; Smooth collaboration: vitalism and Judaism in Erckmann-Chatrian's L'Ami Fritz, Julia Przybos; Sharing one's death: Le Tombeau de Theophile Gautier (1873), Pascal Durand; Poetry in collaboration in the 1870s: the Cercle Zutique, 'Le Fleuve' and 'The Raven', Seth Whidden; Erasing collaboration: the case of Andre Gill and Louis de Gramont, Joseph Acquisto; The Medan group and the campaign of naturalism, Jennifer K. Wolter; From illustration to decoration: Maurice Denis' illustrations for Paul Verlaine and Andre Gide, Frederic Canovas; A collective experiment in literary journalism: the case of La Revue Wagnerienne, Pamela A. Genova; Rhyparographers: Les Freres Goncourt and monstrous writing, Lawrence R. Schehr. The 20th Century: Collaboration and Modernism: Belgian, modernist and avant-garde literary journals from the early 1920s: a model for network collaboration, Daphne de Marneffe; Index.|
|Other Titles:||Models of collaboration in 19th-century French literature|
|Responsibility:||edited by Seth Whidden.|
Prize: A Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2010