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Middlebrow Matters: Women's reading and the literary canon in France since the Belle Epoque (Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures 57)By: Diana Holmes Hardback
This is the first book to study the middlebrow novel in France. It asks what middlebrow means, and applies the term positively to explore the 'poetics' of the types of novel that have attracted 'ordinary' fiction readers - in their majority female - since the end of the 19th century. MoreIn Stock £75.20RRP £80.00 You save £4.80 (6%)
Framing Narratives of the Second World War and Occupation in France, 1939-2009: New Readings (Durham Modern Languages Series)Hardback
…together an internationally distinguished group of contributors and offers an authoritative overview of criticism on war and occupation narratives in French, a redefinition of the canon of texts and films to be studied, and a vibrant demonstration of the richness of the work in this area. -- . MoreUp to 2 Weeks £80.00
Tricksters and Pranksters: Roguery in French and German Literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft 49)By: Alison Williams Paperback
…in its investigation of the ingenious diversity of roguish practices found in Medieval and Renaissance literature and its recognition of the coherent normative function of tales of tricksters and pranksters. The wide variety of works analysed, from those forming part of the established canon of te MoreUp to 1 Week £33.00