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Essays by Alan Raitt

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Edited By Francesco Manzini

This selection of essays by Alan Raitt provides a series of cross-readings of nineteenth-century French literary authors and texts. The collection revolves around Flaubert and Villiers de l’Isle-Adam, the two authors with whom Raitt is most associated, situating them and their principal works in relation to each other, as well as to Balzac, Nerval, Baudelaire, Mallarmé and Huysmans. In so doing, the collection shows the extent to which nineteenth-century French literary history appears both as a succession and as a simultaneity of literary styles and credos.
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Le Romantisme et après en France Romanticism and after in France

a series founded by Alan Raitt and edited by Patrick McGuinness

“Le Romantisme et après en France” est une collection dont le but est de publier des monographies ou des ouvrages de plus longue haleine, écrits par des membres des universités du Royaume-Uni et d’Irlande, que ce soit des enseignants chevronnés ou de jeunes chercheurs. Ces livres traiteront de la littérature française depuis la période préromantique jusqu’aux premières années du vingtième siècle, et pourront être en anglais ou en français; ils pourront traiter d’un seul auteur ou d’un sujet plus étendu.

“Romanticism and after in France” is a series designed to publish monographs or longer works of high quality originating in universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland, whether by established scholars or recent graduates, dealing with French literature in the period from pre-Romanticism to the turn of the twentieth century. Books may be in English or French, and may consist of studies of single authors or of wider topics

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