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Modern French literature, 1870-1940.

Denis Saurat

Modern French literature, 1870-1940.

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Published by Dent in London .
Written in English


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Modern French Literature --A Portent --Rimbaud: --Mallare: --The Opposite Pole --Zola: --The Industrialization of the Novel --Loti: --The Incidence of Politics on French Literature --Anatole France: --Maurice Barres: --Romain Rolland: --Literary Critics --Cyrano de Bergerac () --The Downfall of the Theatre --The 1870-1940.

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