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1. From the Editors–Jo Burr Margdant and Ted W. Margadant
2. Convergences: Visualizing French History–Mary D. Sheriff and Daniel J. Sherman
3. Image and Illustration in Jean Fouquet's Grandes Chroniques de France–Erik Inglis
4. The Politics of Promiscuity: Masculinity and Heroic Representation at the Court of Henry IV–Katherine B. Crawford
5. Illustrated Historiography and the Image of the Past in Nineteenth-Century France–Maurice Samuels
6. Propaganda and the Republic of the Arts in Antoine-Jean Gros's Napoléon Visiting the Battlefield of Eylau the Morning after the Battle–David O'Brien
7. Delacroix's Sardanapalus: The Life and Death of the Royal Body–Elisabeth A. Fraser
8. "Race" As Spectacle in Late-Nineteenth-Century French Art and Popular Culture–James Smalls
10. Recent Books and Dissertations on French History–Thomas J. Schaeper
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