Home and its Dislocations in Nineteenth-Century France

Home and its Dislocations in Nineteenth-Century France

by Suzanne Nash (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9780791415498
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 09/01/1993
Series: SUNY series, The Margins of Literature Series
Pages: 345

About the Author

Suzanne Nash is Professor of Romance Languages and Literature at Princeton University.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations

Acknowledgments

Introduction
Suzanne Nash

PART ONE: HOMESICKNESS AND THE URBAN ARTIST

Returning to Nostalgia
Michael S. Roth

The Flaneur: Urbanization and Its Discontents
Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson

PART TWO: AESTHETIC REPRESENTATIONS OF HOMELESSNESS

Narratives for a Liminal Age: Ballanche, Custine, Nerval
Mary J. Harper

Hearth and Homelessness: Place, Story, and Novel in Flaubert's Sentimental Educations
William Paulson

"La Maison demolie": Photographs of Egypt by Maxine Du Camp 1849 - 1850
Julia Ballerini

Whose House Is This?: Feeling at Home with the Past
Robert Morrissey

The Modern Metropolis and the Ancient City
Patrizia Lombardo

The Mnemonics of Dispossession: "Le Cygne" in 1859
Richard Terdiman

PART THREE: "A WOMAN'S PLACE ..."

Republican Politics and the Bourgeois Interior in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France
Philip Nord

The Female Pariah: Flora Tristan and the Paradox of Homelessness
Deborah Nord

A Woman's Place in the Utopian Home: The "New Paris" and the Saint-Simoniennes
Kari Weil

Homeless Women: Maidservants in Fiction
Martine Gantrel

Emma's Daughter: Femininty, Maternity, and "Mothersickness" in Madam Bovary
Janet Beizer

PART FOUR: FRANCE AS THE HOMELESS PLACE

The French Revolution and "Tintern Abbey"
David Bromwich

Charlotte Bronte's Savoir-Faire
Maria DiBattista

Afterword: Proust's Homecoming
Antoine Compagnon

List of Contributors

Index

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