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Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Edited by Seth Whidden

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Biannual double issue
ISSN  0146-7891

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Nineteenth-Century French Studies was awarded the Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement! Read more about the award here!

Nineteenth-Century French Studies provides scholars and students with the opportunity to examine new trends, review promising research findings, and become better acquainted with professional developments in the field. Scholarly articles on all aspects of nineteenth-century French literature and criticism are invited. Published articles are peer reviewed to ensure scholarly integrity. This journal has an extensive book review section covering a variety of disciplines. Nineteenth-Century French Studies is published twice a year in two double issues, fall/winter and spring/summer.

The NCFS Sourcebook series presents articles from past issues of Nineteenth-Century French Studies that are relevant to the upcoming Agrégation de lettres modernes. The second in the series, L’Éducation sentimentale by Gustave Flaubert: A Sourcebook for the 2018 Agrégation de lettres modernes, is now available, here.

Volume 46, No. 1-2 (Fall/Winter 2017-2018)


Invited Essay
Baudelaire’s Feminine Counter-Signature: “Mademoiselle Bistouri”’s Photographic Poetics
Elissa Marder

Allégorie de la charité dans la peinture et le roman français du XIXe siècle: charité d’Esmeralda dans Notre-Dame de Paris de Victor Hugo
Sylvie Goutas

Le Tapis-franc criminel et le salon respectable: mise en regard chronotopique dans les mystères urbains (1842–59)
Nicolas Gauthier

Love and Real Estate: The Matchmaker and the Real Estate Developer as Social Types in Zola and Gaboriau
Colin Foss

Krysinska’s Rythmes pittoresques: Theorizing Poetry before Mallarmé’s Critical Poems
Darci Gardner

Perverting Degeneration: Bestiality, Atavism, and Rachilde’s L’Animale
Simon Porzak

Cine-cartography: The Cinematic in Paul Vidal de la Blache
Dana Lindaman

La Lecture de François le Champi dans À la recherche du temps perdu: Sand, Proust et l’“essence du roman”
Christina Kkona