Exploring Moore’s early years in Paris and his ongoing engagement with the experimental modernity of his French models, these essays offer new insights into this cosmopolitan writer’s work. Moore emerges as a turn-of-the-century European artist whose eclectic writings reflect the complex evolution of literature from Naturalism to Modernism through Symbolism and Decadence.
About the author(s)/editor(s)
Michel Brunet is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis. His main areas of research lie in Irish literature, with a particular focus on Anglo-Irish writing. He has published on George Moore and on contemporary Irish fiction.
Fabienne Gaspari is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Pau, where she teaches nineteenth-century British literature. She is the author of ‘Morsels for the gods’: l’écriture du visage dans la littérature britannique (1839–1900) (2012). She has published widely on nineteenth-century authors, including George Moore.
Mary Pierse is the editor of Irish Feminisms, 1810–1930, Vols I-V (2009) and has published widely on the writings of George Moore. She has taught courses on Victorian literature and feminism at University College Cork and is a board member of the National Centre for Franco-Irish Studies, Dublin.
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