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Bibliography of Seventeenth-Century French Prose Fiction
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Compiler(s): Ralph W. Baldner

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Nineteenth-Century French Literature Collection
The Nineteenth-Century French Literature Collection contains five Approaches to Teaching volumes (click on each title to get book information). MLA members receive a 20% discount on Approaches collections.

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Approaches to Teaching Balzac's Old Goriot
Old Goriot is not only the most read of Balzac's works but also one of the most commonly taught of all French novels. This collection of essays, as the editor... more info

Editor(s): Michal Peled Ginsburg

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Approaches to Teaching Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil
Charles Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil (Les Fleurs du Mal) may be the most influential, and perhaps the greatest, book of lyric poetry in French literature. ... more info

Editor(s): Laurence M. Porter

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Approaches to Teaching Beckett's Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Godot offers as much of a challenge in the classroom today as it did to its early audiences in the 1950s. It has become "the centerpiece of a... more info

Editor(s): June Schlueter, Enoch Brater

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Approaches to Teaching Camus's The Plague
Thirty-five years ago Germaine Brée wrote that The Plague "is, within its limits, a great novel, the most disturbing, most moving novel yet to have come out of the chaos... more info

Editor(s): Steven G. Kellman

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Approaches to Teaching Duras's Ourika
"A treasure trove and a valuable resource for students, teachers, and scholars in a variety of fields." Margaret Waller, French Review "Professors and students in French will particularly want to... more info

Editor(s): Mary Ellen Birkett, Christopher Rivers

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Approaches to Teaching Flaubert's Madame Bovary
According to the editors of this collection of essays, Madame Bovary is "arguably the greatest novel of nineteenth-century France." ... more info

Editor(s): Laurence M. Porter, Eugene F. Gray

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Approaches to Teaching Lafayette's The Princess of Clèves
Frequently identified in French literary histories as the first modern novel--that is, the first to focus on its characters' thoughts and feelings instead of their heroic actions--Lafayette's La Princesse de... more info

Editor(s): Faith E. Beasley, Katharine Ann Jensen

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Approaches to Teaching Marguerite de Navarre's Heptameron
"It will greatly benefit those who face the challenging pedagogical endeavor of making the study of the Heptameron accessible and rewarding." Sixteenth Century Journal "This text is a superb contribution... more info

Editor(s): Colette H. Winn

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