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1. History, Literature, and the History of French Literature–Robert A. Schneider and Whitney Walton
2. Words, Deeds, and a Womanly King–Michael Wintroub
3. Sociabilité et mondanité: Les hommes de lettres dans les salons parisiens au XVIIIe siècle–Antoine Lilti
4. The Poet and the Prince: Revising Molière and Tartuffe in the French Revolution–Mechele Leon
5. Stendhal and the Trials of Ambition in Postrevolutionary France–Kathleen Kete
6. Earning Her Bread: Métier, Order, and Female Honor in Colette's Music Hall, 1906-1913–Patricia Tilburg
7. François Mitterrand: Portraits d'un président en écrivain–François Hourmant
9. Recent Articles on French History–Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel
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