Recent Submissions

  • Proust and Stendhal--a study in analogies 

    Wilson, Clotilde (1931)
    Proust is the intellectual child of Stendhal and has bespattered A LA RECHERCHE DU TEMPS PERDU with expressions of admiration for his master. In truth, he has taken over not only the methods hut the philosophy of his ...
  • Some considerations of Georges Duhamel's volumes of World War I 

    Skinner, Harold E. (1963)
    The period of the first World War marks a new epoch in literature. A set of powerful, nationalistic forces had been suddenly unleashed to upset the mundane themes of western culture still seemingly secure in the warm ...
  • Humor in the works of Marcel Proust 

    Schwam, Etta (1932)
    In a recent novel, "Water-Gypsies" by A. P. Herbert, one ofthe characters says, "She dug out of her trunks the writings ofa man called Proust, who could devote a whole book, it seemed, tothe flicker of an eyelid." This is ...
  • The eternal woman and the eternal feminine in the light of Claudel's vision 

    Mandin, Mary Augusta (1961)
    The purpose of this essay is to examine some of the feminine portraits in the literary gallery of Paul Claudel, poet-ambassador, to determine the function and position that woman is assigned in his world perspective. Now, ...
  • Goethe's Werther and the Delphine of Mme. de Staël 

    Batchelor, Marion Page (1948)
    Students of French and German literature, and particularly of the origins of French Romanticism, lay much stress on the so-called "Wertherfievre" which raged in France after the first translations of Goethe's Werther ...