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Materialism in nineteenth-century France

Kelly, Michael (1992) Materialism in nineteenth-century France In, Rigby, Brian (eds.) French Literature, Thought and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. A Material World. Essays in honour of D. G. Charlton. Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan pp. 23-41. (Warwick studies in the European Humanities).

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Contents List of Illustrations - Preface - Notes on the Contributors - A Tribute to Donald Geoffrey Charlton and a Bibliography of his Writings; C.W.Thompson - Romanticism and the Material World: Mind, Nature and Analogy; C.Crossley - Materialism in Nineteenth-Century France; M.Kelly - Managing Democratic Change: the Politics of Materialism in the Work of Alexis de Tocqueville; D.Hanley - Producing, Retailing, Consuming: France 1830-70; R.Magraw - Things, Distinction and Decay in Nineteenth-Century French Literature; B.Rigby - From Neo-Classical to Romantic Aesthetics: The Status of the Material World in Nineteenth-Century French Drama; W.D.Howarth - Towards the Materiality of the Sign: Aesthetics and Poetics in Nineteenth-Century France; D.Scott - No Object too Humble? Still Life Painting in French Art Criticism during the Second Empire; J.Kearns - Unstable Objects: acropole and barbarie in Rimbaud's Villes I; M.Treharne - Immaterial Views? Science, Intransigence and the Female Spectator of Modern French Art in 1879; A.Callen - Object Choices: Taste and Fetichism in Flaubert's L'Education sentimentale; D.Knight - Bibliography - Index

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Published date: 1992


Local EPrints ID: 45267
ISBN: 033353266X
PURE UUID: 79d9276b-9ed7-4e4a-8644-ee38fa0f25fa

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Date deposited: 19 Apr 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:12

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Author: Michael Kelly
Editor: Brian Rigby

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