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Une ambiguïté persistante: la critique et la littérature «populaire» en Angleterre aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles = A persistent ambiguity: criticism and popular literature in England in the 18th and 19th centuriesDUVAL, G.Etudes anglaises (Revue). 1993, Vol 46, Num 2, pp 167-177, issn 0014-195XArticle

The king and «Hamlet»WARD, D.Shakespeare quarterly. 1992, Vol 43, Num 3, pp 280-302, issn 0037-3222Article

Frame and fictive voice in Chaucer's The pardoner's tale and Kipling's The king's AnkusTHUM, D. M.Philological quarterly. 1992, Vol 71, Num 3, pp 261-279, issn 0031-7977Article

Marlow's victory in Conrad's Heart of DarknessKHARBUTLI, M. K.Forum for modern language studies. 1995, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 289-299, issn 0015-8518Article

Acting the self : John Ford's Perkin Warbeck and the politics of impostureHOPKINS, L.Cahiers élisabéthains. 1995, Num 48, issn 0184-7678, vii, 31-36 [7 p.]Article

Strange meeting in strange land: Wilfred Owen and ShelleyTOMLINSON, A.Studies in romanticism. 1993, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 75-95, issn 0039-3762Article

The epistolary ethos of formal satireSHELBURNE, S.Texas studies in literature and language. 1994, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 135-165, issn 0040-4691Article

I'll want my will else : the Changeling and women's complicity with their rapistsBURKS, D. G.ELH. 1995, Vol 62, Num 4, pp 759-790, issn 0013-8304Article

Quatre poètes épistoliers: Gray, Burns, Keats, Byron = Foor epistolary poets : Gray, Burns, Keats, ByronVOISINE, J.Etudes anglaises (Revue). 1994, Vol 47, Num 3, pp 267-283, issn 0014-195XArticle

A painter man of letters, novelist, and a poet: Mary Beale, J. Frank Dobie, and Graham Greene encounter the earl of RochesterCARVER, L.The Library chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin. 1993, Vol 23, Num 1, pp 118-129, issn 0024-2241Article

Loose ends in Roxana and The French Lieutenant's WomanOSLAND, D.Studies in the novel. 1993, Vol 25, Num 4, pp 381-396, issn 0039-3827Article

«Let me here use that freedome»: subversive representation in John Donne's «obsequies to the Lord Harington»PEBWORTH, T.-L.The Journal of English and Germanic philology. 1992, Vol 91, Num 1, pp 17-42, issn 0363-6941Article

The interested heart and the absent mind: Samuel Johnson and Thomas Otway's The OrphanMUNNS, J.ELH. 1993, Vol 60, Num 3, pp 611-623, issn 0013-8304Article

the politics of theatrical mirth : «A Midsummer Night's Dream», «A Mad World», «My Masters», and «Measure for Measure»YACHNIN, P.Shakespeare quarterly. 1992, Vol 43, Num 1, pp 51-66, issn 0037-3222Article

Les revues de Gordon Craig = Gordon Craig's reviewsDUVILLRR, Marc.Revue d'histoire du théâtre. 2007, Num 2, issn 1291-2530, 143-162, 197, 198-199 [13 p.]Article

Anatomie des corps morts : le cadavre plus ou moins exquis dans l'oeuvre de Will Self = The anatomy of dead bodies or, the more or less exquisite corpses of Will SelfGIRARD, Didier.Etudes britanniques contemporaines (Montpellier). 1999, Num 17, pp 105-120, issn 1168-4917Article

Death and Melodrama : expressivité et représentation de l'émotion chez quelques romanciers britanniques contemporains : Peter Ackroyd, Louis de Bernières, David Lodge = Death and melodrama: Expressiveness and the representation of emotion in the contemporary british novel: Peter Ackroyd, Louis de Bernières, David LodgeGANTEAU, Jean-Michel.Etudes britanniques contemporaines (Montpellier). 1999, Num 17, pp 69-88, issn 1168-4917Article

Les images et les choses dans Robinson et les robinsonnades : Robinson, la robinsonnade et le monde des choses = Images and things in Robinson and the robinsonnadesANDRIES, Lise.Etudes françaises (Montréal). 1999, Vol 35, Num 1, pp 95-122, issn 0014-2085, 28 p., 165 [29 p.]Article

Joseph Conrad 1. La fiction et l'AutrePACCAUD-HUGUET, Josiane.Revue des lettres modernes (Paris). 1998, Num 1342-8, issn 0035-2136, 186 p.Serial Issue

Shakespeare on videoDORVAL, P.Cahiers élisabéthains. 1998, Num 53, pp 53-75, issn 0184-7678Article

The use of booths in the original staging of Jonson's Bartholomew FairEGAN, G.Cahiers élisabéthains. 1998, Num 53, issn 0184-7678, vii, 43-52 [11 p.]Article

De la colère figée d'Osborne à la révolte impuissante du theâtre anglais post-68 : Beaucoup de cris, d'écrits, pour rien ? : Le vingtième siècle : Quelques aspects de l'engagement au théâtre = From the anger of Osborne to the powerless revolt of the english theatre after 68 : A lot of noise, for nothing ? : The XXth century : some aspects of the commitment in theatreCAMISSOGO, B.Théâtres du monde (Avignon). 1997, Num 7, pp 163-177, issn 1162-7638Article

Les deux quêtes du paradis amoureux des Hauts de Hurle-Vent d'Emily Brontë = Two searches for loving paradise in Emily Brontë's Wuthering HeightsHANRY, L.Recherches sur l'imaginaire. 1997, Num 27, pp 407-419, issn 0765-1155, 2Article

L'incarnation selon T.S. Eliot = The incarnation according to T.S. EliotROSAYE, J.-P.Etudes anglaises (Revue). 1997, Vol 50, Num 1, pp 27-39, issn 0014-195XArticle

« To be a window » : Opacité et transparence du verbe dans la poésie de George Herbert = « To be a window » : Opacity and transparence of the verb in the poetry of George HerbertCOTTEGNIES, L.Etudes anglaises (Revue). 1997, Vol 50, Num 4, pp 400-410, issn 0014-195XArticle

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