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Mallarme en crise: A comparative interpretation of the crisis and the consequences for Mallarme criticism
The mirrored body: Doubling and replacement of the feminine and androgynous body in Hadia Said's "Artist" and Haruki Murakami's "Sputnik Sweetheart"
Making victims: History, memory, and literature in Japan's post-war social imaginary
Dryden and the solution to domination: Bonds of love in "The Conquest of Granada"
Doubly marginalized: The representation of female adolescence and "otherness" in several contemporary French novels by women of non-French origin
Le cuir de Michel Foucault. Transformation de soi et reproduction du pouvoir dans "Mr. Benson", "Histoire D'O" et "S/M"
Representation of women in 19th century popular art and literature: "Forget Me Not" and "La Revista Moderna"
Argentina in the African Diaspora: Afro-Argentine and African American cultural production, race, and nation building in the 19th century
Reading cinematic texts in East and West: A space of repression and resistance
Literary imaginings of transnational identities: Travel in modern novels
Writing as translating: Modern Chinese women's writing in the early twentieth century
Not quite American, not quite European: Performing "other" claims to exceptionality in Francoist Spain and the Jim Crow South
The family as the new collectivity of belonging in the fiction of Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri
Plato in modern China: A study of contemporary Chinese Platonists
Sickness of the spirit: A comparative study of Lu Xun and James Joyce
Lyric transcendence: The sacred and the real in classical and early-modern lyric
Blue poets: Brilliant poetry: A study in the connection between four ingenious poets and factors that affected their lives and productivity
Male subjectivity and twenty-first century German cinema: Gender, national identity, and the problem of normalization
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