3 edition of The Oxford companion to French literature. found in the catalog.
The Oxford companion to French literature.
Sir Paul Harvey
|Statement||Compiled and edited by Sir Paul Harvey and J. E. Heseltine.|
|Contributions||Heseltine, Janet E.|
|LC Classifications||PQ41 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 771 p.|
|Number of Pages||771|
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Literature written in French language, by citizens of other nations such as BelgiumSwitzerlandCanadaSenegalAlgeriaMoroccoetc. The scope of the Companion is deliberately open and inclusive, challenging and extending the traditional canon. Main Description The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French is far more than a simple revision of the original Oxford Companion to French Literature, published inand described by The Listener as the 'standard work of reference for English-speaking enquirers into French literature'. Index to Poetry. A History of English Drama,
I57 It is not just that Canadian authors receive fuller treatment in the Canadian companion - that, after all, is to be expected - but rather that major authors receive longer, more thoughtful treatment. Encyclopedia of American Poetry. The writing is good, even stylish. The appendixes include a detailed chronology of English literature from to and a historical list of poets laureate and literary awards. Shakespeare, William.
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E Nastali, Daniel P. Call Number: Ref PE Scientists and philosophers also appear in these pages ranging from Poincare and Cuvier to Descartes, Pascal, and Rousseau.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. F53 O94 At this stage, formal introductions are in order for The Oxford companion to French literature. book of us. As the changein title The Oxford companion to French literature. book, this completely new work presents an authoritative guide not only to ten centuries of literature produced in the territory now called France, but also to the rich literary output of other French-speaking countries around the world.
Only libraries on tight budgets holding the fifth or original sixth edition might want to wait for the arrival of a seventh. E5 Today, French schools emphasize the study of novels, theater and poetry often learnt by heart. Grand Rapids, MI: W.
This was to be different from the "Oxford Book. The only trouble is that without an index there is no sure O96 v. Among the new features of the Companion are substantial essays that reflect the latest scholarship on topics such as literary movements and genres; historical subjects such as chivalry or Occupation and Resistance in wartime France; intellectual movements from Scholasticism to Feminism; linguistic topics; coverage of the sciences; and the arts and media, including opera, cinema, and journalism.
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F4 S64 Each is discussed in detail within their historical, cultural, and intellectual context. Main Description The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French is far more than a simple revision of the original Oxford Companion to French Literature, published inand described by The Listener as the 'standard work of reference for English-speaking enquirers into French literature'.In The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French, readers will have at their fingertips a trusted guide to this rich literary magicechomusic.comn by an international team of experts, the Companion's 3, entries capture ten centuries of work produced in France and, more recently, in other French-speaking countries around the world.
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