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Thu Oct 16 18:03:02 2014 UTClccn-n810747380.00George Sand : une oeuvre multiforme : recherches nouvelles 2 /0.791.00Michel Butor papers,79018601n 81074738620034Guyon, Françoise van R.- 1932-Guyon, Françoise van Rossum.Guyon Françoise van Rossum- 1932-....Rossum-Guyon, F. van 1932-Rossum-Guyon, F. van (Françoise van), 1932-Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanVan Rossum-Guyon, FrançoiseVan Rossum-Guyon Françoise 1932-....lccn-n50044872Ricardou, Jeanedtlccn-n80046138Centre culturel international de Cerisy-la-Sallelccn-n50041874Cixous, Hélène1937-lccn-n81074954Brederode, Michiel vanedtlccn-n84129335Díaz-Diocaretz, Myriamcomedtlccn-n78047670Amossy, Ruthlccn-n92066531Alexandrescu, Lilianalccn-n78081235Sand, George1804-1876lccn-n79046565Butor, Michelauilccn-n90600247Dijk, Suzanna vanRossum-Guyon, Françoise van1932-FictionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsChurch historyBildungsromansTextbooksDomestic fictionBiographyFranceFrance--ParisFathers and daughtersOlder menManners and customsFrench fictionFrench languageModification (Butor, Michel)BoardinghousesCixous, Hélène,LiteratureFrench literaturePhilosophySocial historyPhilosophy in literatureCousine Bette (Balzac, Honoré de)Cousin Pons (Balzac, Honoré de)Père Goriot (Balzac, Honoré de)Authors, FrenchSand, George,Illusions perdues (Balzac, Honoré de)Great BritainButor, MichelSimon, ClaudeKristeva, Julia,Balzac, Honoré de,PovertyAvant-garde (Aesthetics)Women artistsWomen authorsTime in literatureComédie humaine (Balzac, Honoré de)TimeWormeley, Katharine PrescottFiction--AppreciationEnglish-speaking countriesAmbitionDos Passos, John,Conduct of lifeRomansNarration (Rhetoric)Literature, ExperimentalSarraute, NathalieRobbe-Grillet, Alain,FictionFrench imprintsStyle, LiteraryDime novels, AmericanAggressivenessViolence193219671969197019711972197319741975197619771979198019811983198619871988198919901991199219931994199519972002200320042011208146198843.7PQ2168ocn300378332ocn462201997ocn490036255ocn830932550ocn311244417ocn495897350ocn830683055ocn797386310ocn246334674ocn874418028ocn415748207ocn461907346ocn845015333ocn441600825ocn742939369ocn440554545ocn440777677ocn760494831ocn760459042ocn799917757ocn79991002552734ocn000285249book19700.74Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanCritique du roman, essai sur "la Modification"History30419ocn000689650book19720.79Ricardou, JeanNouveau roman: hier aujourd'huiCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings2369ocn007618900book19810.86Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanBalzac et Les parents pauvres : Le cousin Pons, La cousine Bette20313ocn022925120book19900.86Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanHélène Cixous, chemins d'une écritureCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings19029ocn024413689book19830.88Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanGeorge Sand, une oeuvre multiforme : recherches nouvelles 2Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography1164ocn037505937book19970.90Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanLe coeur critique : Butor, Simon, Kristeva, CixousCriticism, interpretation, etc1146ocn031994772book19940.86Rossum-Guyon, Françoise van(En) jeux de la communication romanesque : hommage à Françoise van Rossum-GuyonCriticism, interpretation, etc907ocn021480498book19880.86Balzac, illusions perdues : l'œuvre capitale dans l'œuvre+-+6254557954767ocn024803172book19900.70Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanFemmes = Frauen = womenSpeciaal nummer over vrouwen in de Avant Garde. Met artikelen over Lou Andreas-Salomé, H.D. Gertrud Stein, Virginia Woolf, Mariluise Fleisser, Claude Cahur, Gisèe Prassinos, Joyce Mansoor, Nathalie Sarrault; met een tekst van Hélène Cixous en een vraaggesprek met Julia Kristeva727ocn051536929book20020.88Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanBalzac, la littérature réfléchie : discours et autoreprésentationsCriticism, interpretation, etc4214ocn015803993book19830.30Balzac, Honoré dePère GoriotHistoryChurch historyCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionTextbooksBildungsromansDomestic fictionAt the shabby boarding house in the rue Neuve-Sainte-Geneviève, petty Madame Vauquer and her tenants wonder at the plight of the aging resident Goriot. Once a well-heeled merchant, Goriot was--at first--afforded special treatment from the Madame. But now something is clearly amiss in his financial affairs, and his increasingly tawdry appearance makes him a subject of ridicule in the household. Some think he lost in the markets, others see him as a lecherous patron of prostitutes, but one thing is clear: his selflessness and complete devotion to his two daughters285ocn489847805book19720.35Centre culturel internationalNouveau roman: hier, aujourd'huiCriticism, interpretation, etc254ocn489847746book19720.35Nouveau roman: hier, aujourd'huiCriticism, interpretation, etc95ocn004949835book19760.70Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanCategorias da narrativa62ocn248542212book19770.27Ecriture, féminité, féminisme41ocn830683055book19830.26George Sand : recherches nouvelles32ocn848822329art19700.47Rossum-Guyon, Françoise vanPoint de vue ou perspective narrative32ocn264179162book19720.82Nouveau roman : hier, aujourd'hui : direction: Jean Ricardou, Françoise van Rossum-GuyonCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn716079234book1991George Sand : une oeuvre multiforme : recherches nouvelles 221ocn874417996book20110.47Nouveau roman. hier, aujourd'hui11ocn489374948mix1.00Butor, MichelMichel Butor papersCorrespondence, papers, manuscripts, documents, photographs, and printed materials. Much of the correspondence concerns his American teaching and lecture engagements, primarily at the University of Louisville. There are also letters from his colleagues in France, including Françoise Van Rossum-Guyon, with a copy of her Introduction to an edition of Balzac's LE PÈRE GORIOT with Butor's critical letter for the publisher. There are critical and biographical manuscripts about Butor, and several printed works, each inscribed with a note by its author01ocn309768963mixButor, MichelCorrespondence, papers, manuscripts, documents, photographs, and printed materials. Much of the correspondence concerns his American teaching and lecture engagements, primarily at the University of Louisville. There are also letters from his colleagues in France, including Françoise Van Rossum-Guyon, with a copy of her Introduction to an edition of Balzac's LE PÈRE GORIOT with Butor's critical letter for the publisher. There are critical and biographical manuscripts about Butor, and several printed works, each inscribed with a note by its author+-+6254557954+-+6254557954Thu Oct 16 16:03:59 EDT 2014batch16744