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Miscellany/Mélanges


Edith Philips and Jean A. Perkins, Some Voltaire marginalia

Helen Hancock, Voltaire et l'affaire des mainmortables: un ultime combat

Jack Yashinsky, Les Comédies de Voltaire: popularité et influence

Michael Danahy, The Nature of narrative norms in Candide

Robert J. Buyck, Chateaubriand juge de Voltaire

Stephen Werner, Diderot, Sade and the gothic novel

Roger L. Emerson, The Social composition of enlightened Scotland: the Select society of Edinburgh, 1754-1764

La Neuvaine de Cythère


Préface

Introduction

I. Composition de La Neuvaine de Cythère

II. La lignée critique

III. Le poème et ses sources

IV. Le milieu littéraire

V. Jung et Marmontel

VI. Poésie et géométrie

VII. Marmontel et la mystique des nombres

VIII. L'accumulation et la percée

Conclusion

Liste des ouvrages consultés

Molière and the Age of Enlightenment


Introduction

Chapter I. Molière and the eighteenth-century public at large

Chapter II. General trends in Molière criticism in the first half of the eighteenth century

Chapter III. Voltaire

Chapter IV. Diderot and the encyclopedists

Chapter V. Rousseau and the stage controversy

Chapter VI. Last decades of the ancien régime, and Beaumarchais

Conclusion

List of works consulted

Miscellany/Mélanges


J. M. Blanchard, Grammaire(s) d'ancien régime

Ellen McNiven Hine, Condillac and the problem of language

Paul LeClerc, Unpublished letters from Morellet to Voltaire

Hans Mattauch, A Translator's hand in Voltaire's fifth 'Letter concerning the English nation'?

Donna Isaacs Dalnekoff, Voltaire's Le Monde comme il va: a satire on satire

Jeroom Vercruysse, L'Elegant tableau de l'Europe, ou Voltaire édité 'de main de maître'

Edward E. Malkin, Rousseau and Epictetus

The Vacant mirror


Preface

Introduction

Part I

I. General narrative structures

II. Syntagmatic aspects of the narrative sequence

III. Verbal tense and narrative

IV. The Use of the present tense

Part II

V. Prolegomena

VI. Mimesis and description

VII. The Extended narrations

VIII. The Text as manuscript

IX. The Use of the device

X. Performative and constative discourse

XI. Mimesis in Diderot's aesthetic

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