WEFOUNDYale French Studies, Number 94 Libertinage and Modernity Yale French Studies Series


For information about the PhD program: erin.townsend@yale.edu
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For information about the PhD program: erin.townsend@yale.edu
For general information: agnes.bolton@yale.edu  
 

Yale French Studies is an academic journal published biannually by Yale University Press and connected with the French department at Yale University . It was established in 1948 by editor Robert Greer Cohn, and is currently edited by Alyson Waters. The premier issue was devoted entirely to existentialism . It featured scenes from the play Les mains sales by Jean Paul Sartre and essays by renowned literary scholars.

For information about the PhD program: erin.townsend@yale.edu
For general information: agnes.bolton@yale.edu  
 

Yale French Studies is an academic journal published biannually by Yale University Press and connected with the French department at Yale University . It was established in 1948 by editor Robert Greer Cohn, and is currently edited by Alyson Waters. The premier issue was devoted entirely to existentialism . It featured scenes from the play Les mains sales by Jean Paul Sartre and essays by renowned literary scholars.


September 10, 1994
214 pages, 6 1/8 x 9 1/4
ISBN: 9780300061932
Paper

"A wealth of insight and a diversity of perspectives awaits the reader of this intriguing collection. Corps Mystique, Corps Sacré will appeal to an interdisciplinary audience. While some readers will find an essay or two of special interest, those who choose to immerse themselves in the collection as a whole will be well rewarded by a sophisticated and challenging overview that raises as many questions as it answers."—Jacqueline Murray, Sixteenth Century Journal


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