Representations of the End in French Literature and Culture
Visions of Apocalypse began life as the theme of the Cambridge French Graduate Conference, 2011. The editors of this volume would like to acknowledge, first and foremost, the tremendous ef forts of our authors for contributing chapters to this book. Thanks must also go to the following institutions which generously funded our conference in 2011: the French Department at the University of Cambridge (who also supported this volume), King’s College, Cambridge, and the French Embassy in London. Special thanks are owed to Bill Burgwinkle for supporting the conference and providing thought-provoking opening and closing remarks, and also to Daron Burrows for graciously lending his time and expertise to contribute to the introduction to this volume. Personal thanks must also go to our families and friends for their unremitting support and encouragement during the organization of the conference and throughout the publication process, in particular: Valerie and Derek Archer, Andrew Viquerat, Lucy McIntyre, and Linda and Richard Stuart.
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