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                                Q/W/E/R/T/Y 7

         (Arts, Litteratures et Civilisations du Monde Anglophone)


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                           **TABLE OF CONTENTS**
                              (October 1997)

                  ISBN 2-908930-41-2 / ISSN 1169-2111


**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

Anny Crunelle-Vanrigh: (Universite de Valenciennes): "'What a Case Am I in
then': Hymen and Limen in As you like It"

Anne Owens (Montpellier): "As you Like It, or the Anatomy of Melancholy"

Rebecca C. Totaro (University of Massachusetts, Amherst): "Shakespeare's
Fortunate Travellers: As you Like It and Nashe's Unfortunate traveller"

**GEORGE HERBERT**

Coburn Freer (University of Georgia): "'George Herbert's 'Miserie': As if
None Knew but He"

Claudine Raynaud (Universite Francois Rabelais - Tours): "'Blood, Ink and
Sin': Writing Sacrifice in The Temple"

**DANIEL DEFOE**

Anne Dromart (Universite Jean Moulin - Lyon III): "Moll Flanders l'heroique"

Tony Dunn (University of Portsmouth): "Moll Flanders: Body and Capital"

Louise M. Miller (University of New South Wales): "Moll Flanders: the
Fortunate Female Houdini"

Norman Simms (University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand): "A Plain
Conviction to the Contrary: Moll Flanders' Name and Other Lies"

**KATHERINE MANSFIELD**

Elisabeth Lamy-Vialle (Universite Paris XII-Creteil): "Le corps absent:
travestissement et fragmentation dans les nouvelles de Katherine Mansfield"

Tim Marshall (University of East Anglia): "Death and the Abyss: the
Representation of Pauperland in Katherine Mansfield's Life of Ma Parker"

Victor Sage (University of East Anglia): "The Unmasking of the Reader:
Varieties of Epiphany in Katherine Mansfield's Late Fiction"

Maria Tang-Campon (Universite de Paris X-Nanterre): "'Something that's
There . . . to be . . . not There': Food as Matter and Metaphor in
Katherine Mansfield's Selected Stories"

**JEAN TOOMER**

Kathie Birat (Universite de Metz): "'Giving the Negro to Himself': Medium
and 'Immediacy' in Jean Toomer's Cane"

William Dow (The American University of Paris): "Jean Toomer's Cane and
Winesburg, Ohio: Literary Portraits From the 'Grotesque Storm Center'"

Nathan L. Grant (Suny, Buffalo): "Sacrifices of Self and Voice in Jean
Toomer's 'Kabnis'"

**N. SCOTT MOMADAY**

N. Scott Momaday / Joelle Rostowski: "Looking back: House made of Dawn as
the Portrait of a Lost Generation" (An Interview with N. Scott Momaday, 17
August 1997)

Robert Bennett (University of California, Santa Barbara): "The Artist as
Shaman: Ritual, Healing, and art in N. Scott Momaday's House made of Dawn"

Susan castillo (University of Glasgow): "Naming into Being: Ethnic
Identities in N. Scott Momaday's House made of Dawn"

Mireille Hardy (IUT Cherbourg-Manche): "'A small Silversided Fish': from
Dislocation to Relocation in House made of Dawn"

Alan R. Velie (University of Oklahoma): "Identity and Genre in House made
of Dawn'"

**HANIF KUREISHI**

Emilienne baneth- Nouailhetas (Universite de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle):
"Karim / Kim: Mutations kiplingiennes dans The Buddha of Suburbia"

Bart Moore-Gilbert (Goldsmiths College, University of London): "Hanif
Kureishi's The Buddha of Suburbia: Hybridity in Contemporary Cultural
Theory and Artistic Practice"

**LA QUESTION REPUBLICAINE EN AUSTRALIE**

Martine Piquet (Universite Paris IX-Dauphine): "Republicanisme,
Nationalisme et australianite"

Xavier Pons (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail): "L'Australie en transition"

**LA SOCIETE ANGLAISE PENDANT LA SECONDE GUERRE MONDIALE**

Stephanie Amar-Flood (Universite de Paris I - Pantheon-Sorbonne): "'How the
Other Half-Live': Evacuation 1939-1945"

Paul Addison (Centre for Second World War Studies, University of
Edinburgh): "Churchill and British Politics during the second World War"

Asa Briggs: "The Influence of Broadcasting on Attitudes towards Post-War
Britain"

Antoine Capet (Universite de Rouen): "Britain in the Second World War:
Appraisals and Reappraisals"

Peter Thompson (University of Portsmouth): "Popular Aspirations in the
Second World War: a Difference of Degree or Order"

**LES MEDIAS ET L'INFORMATION AUX ETATS-UNIS**

Francoise Clary (Universite de Rouen): "Les Noirs et les medias aux
Etats-Unis: les origines du journalisme noir"

Daniel Peltzman (Universite de Franche-Comte): "Un exemple du traitement de
l'information de journaux americains face a un conflit social"

Larry Portis (Universite Blaise Pascal): "Progressive Media Criticism in
the United States from George Seldes to F.A.I.R."

Sylvia Ullmo (Universite Francois Rabelais - Tours): "Les medias
americains: quatrieme pouvoir ou miroir depoli?"