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Romanic Review 102.3-4 – May. - Nov. 2011

SPECIAL ISSUE: Zola (Ed. Nicholas White)

Nicholas White. Introduction: Zola, cultural historian avant la lettre?

Fiction and Journalism

Corinne Saminadayar-Perrin. Nouveaux contes à Ninon : autoportrait de l’écrivain en militant.

Jann Matlock. Everyday Ghosts: La Curée in the Shadow of the Commune.

Sentimentality and Desire

Claire White. Zola and Freud: Spent Energy in Thérèse Raquin.

Nicholas White. The Lost Heroine of Zola’s Octave Mouret Novels.

Andrew Counter. A Sentimental Affair: Vérité.

Politics and Economics

Emily Apter. Politics “small p”: Second Empire Machiavellianism in Zola’s Son Excellence Eugène Rougon.

Christophe Reffait. Libéralisme et naturalisme : Remarques sur la pensée économique de Zola à partir de Germinal.

Word and Image

Robert Lethbridge. Against Recuperation: The Fictions of Art in L’Œuvre.

Susan Harrow. Zola: colorist, abstractionist.

Empire and Ethnicity

Dorian Bell. Beyond the Bourse: Zola, Empire and the Jews.

Maurice Samuels. Zola’s Philosemitism:  From L’Argent to Vérité.

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