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This article considers interrogative constructions in A la recherche du temps perdu , which it links first with the inquisitiveness that jealousy imparts to its sufferers, and more generally, with the problem of the ‘other’ in Proust. It first establishes a distinction between direct and...
Interprété le plus souvent comme un ornement, le ‘monstre d'or’ évoqué au début de Toast funèbre de Mallarmé est en fait une image eucharistique intimement liée aux principaux thèmes de l'œuvre. Fondée sur une combinaison complexe de procédés syntaxiques et rhétoriques, cette...
In this article, parallels are found between the painting and writing of Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, notably in her cultivation of expression and reverie. In the artist's memoirs, the Souvenirs , a number of tableaux can be found which feature a lone female figure in a pose of emotion or...
This article explores the potential for a reading of Balzac of the interrelated critical concepts of the ‘open secret’ (D. A. Miller, 1985) and the ‘epistemology of the closet’ (Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, 1990). They are used to establish a connection between the content of Balzac's realist...
Starting with a discussion of what constitutes the ‘Uncanny’ for Freud and the lesser known Jentsch, the essay reveals how both theories of the ‘Uncanny’ find a surprisingly fertile field of investigation and application in Descartes's Méditations . These texts contain a series of...
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