The other rise of the novel in eighteenth-century French fiction

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    • Delers, Olivier

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The other rise of the novel in eighteenth-century French fiction

Olivier Delers

University of Delaware Press, c2015

  • hbk.

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Includes bibliographical references and index

Also published electronically

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内容説明

The Other Rise of the Novel relies on new research concerning the relevance of bourgeois values and ideals in the early modern period in France to question the extent to which characters in works of fiction portray the rise of individualistic and self-interested behavior. It argues that novels like Manon Lescaut, Lettres d'une Peruvienne, and La Nouvelle Heloise produce their own alternative economies, different articulations of how individuals should define their relations to others.

目次

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION WRITING THE RISE OF THE FRENCH NOVEL CHAPTER 1 READING ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL IDENTITY IN LE ROMAN BOURGEOIS AND LA PRINCESSE DE CLEVES CHAPTER 2 OPPOSITION AND THE POETICS OF NOBLE IDEALISM IN MANON LESCAUT CHAPTER 3 GIFT AND ESCROW ECONOMIES IN LETTRES D'UNE PERUVIENNE AND LA NOUVELLE HELOISE CHAPTER 4 LES INFORTUNES DE LA VERTU: HOMO SADICUS AND THE INVISIBLE HAND OF THE NETWORK CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY

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