French Studies THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (POST-ROMANTIC) By S. M. BELL and W. M. L. BELL, Lecturers in French in the University of Kent at Canterbury 1. GENERAL Seasonal variations, but no new trend to report. Laforgue has returm;d; Zola continues to grow on us; Maupassant lan guishes; the disaffection touching drama seems permanent. Centenaries account for some shifts of emphasis: death of Sainte-Beuve, pubI. of L' Education sentimentale. Rich pastures and one or two belles indigestions are procured by the difficulties of Illuminations and of Mallarme. J. Cruickshank ed., French Lit. and its Background. 5. The Late Nineteenth C., London, O.U.P., viii + 229 pp., is not a lit. history but a colI. of essays on major writers and themes con forming roughly to a lit. historical pattern. Among much that is good, noteworthy for its treatment of an awkward subject is C. Jenkins, 'Realism and Reality in the Novel'. Bibls and chronological table. Two works tackling the same phenomenon are G. Sagnes, L' Ennui dans la litt. franfaise de Flaubert a Lafargue (1848-1884), A. Colin, 513 pp., and C. Dedeyan, Le nouveau mal du siecle, de Baudelaire a nos jours. I. Du post-romantisme au symbolisme (1840-1889), SEDES, 1968,
The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Mar 13, 1970
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