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                            **Q/W/E/R/T/Y 8**

         (Arts, Litteratures et Civilisations du Monde Anglophone)

                             (358pp./210FF)

 is a yearly journal of English and American Studies published by the
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                           **TABLE OF CONTENTS**
                              (October 1998)

                  ISBN 2-908930-46-3 / ISSN 1169-2111



**BEOWULF**

- Allen J. Frantzen (Loyola University, Chicago): "In the Background:
Beowulf, Sex, and Gender"
- Colette Stevanovitch (Nancy II): "Beowulf maÝelode, bearn EcgÝeowes
[Beowulf prit la parole, fils d'Ecgtheow]: les formules d'insertion de
tirade dans Beowulf"

**THOMAS MORE ET L'UTOPIE**

- Alain Bony (Universite Lumiere-Lyon II): "Ideologie et narcissisme: la
place de l'Utopie"
- Claude-Gilbert Dubois (Universite Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux III):
"L'invention de societe fictives: imaginaire de l'utopie au XVIe siecle"
- Damian Grace (University of New South Wales, Sydney): "Knowledge and
Politics in More's Utopia"
- Germain Marc'hadour (Amici Thomae Mori/Moreanum, Angers): "Raphaël
Hythlodee: le portugais decouvreur de l'Utopie"
- Rebecca Totaro (University of Massachusetts, Amherst): "Bubonic Plague in
Utopia and Old World Implications"

**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

- Roy J. Booth (Royal Holloway College, University of London): "'All is
imaginary she doth prove': Kissing in Venus and Adonis"
- François Laroque (Universite Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle): "Les mysteres
d'Adonis"
- Anne Owens: "Shakespeare's --- Venus and Adonis, or Love's Labours Lost
(The Cultural and Visual Contexts and Beyond)"
- James Schiffer (Hampden-Sydney College): "Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis:
Flower of Desire"

**WALTER SCOTT**

- Michael Hollington (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail): "Some Versions of
Wavering in Scott's Waverley"
- Sylvie Kleiman-Lafon (Universite de Picardie-Jules Verne): "L'image de
l'Ecosse dans Waverley"
- Louise M. Miller (University of New South Wales, Sydney): "The 'One
Addition': Waverley's Double Portrait"
- Pierre Morere (Universite Stendhal-Grenoble III): "La quête identitaire
dans Waverley de Walter Scott"

**HENRY JAMES**

- Gert Buelens (Flanders Research Foundation/University of Ghent):
"Metonymy and Mimesis in The Portrait of a Lady. Or: How Osmond Secures
Isabel"
- Tony Dunn (University of Portsmouth): "The Three Isabels: The Portrait of
a Lady (1881, 1908, 1996)"
- Donatella Izzo (Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples): "Setting a
Free Woman Free: The Portrait(s) of a Lady"

**MARGARET ATWOOD**

- Karen Macfarlane (Wilfrid Laurier University): " 'Fence-Climbing
Sisterhood': Reading The 'Escaped Nun' Intertext of The Handmaid's Tale"

- Catherine Mari (Universite de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour): "Temps et
dystopie dans The Handmaid's Tale"
- Jagna Oltarzewska (Universite de Paris X-Nanterre): "Trauma and
Testimony: the Status of Witnessing in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's
Tale"
- Hilde Staels (Universiteit Leuven): "The Eclipse of 'the Other Voice':
Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale"
- Peter G. Stillman (Vassar College): "Public and Private in Margaret
Atwood'sThe Handmaid's Tale and Bodily Harm"

**LA NAISSANCE DE L'IDEE DE TOLERANCE AU XVIIe SIECLE**

- Leslie Armour (University of Ottawa): "God, Nature, and Toleration:
Pluralism at Saumur and Glasgow"
- John Coffey (University College London): "Restoration Quakers and the
Theology of Tolerance"
- Laurent Jaffro (Universite de Paris I-Pantheon Sorbonne): "La double
defense de Locke dans la Lettre sur la tolerance"
- Norman Simms (University of Waikato): "Tolerance and Assimilation in
Restoration England: The Case of the Jews"
- Luisa Simonutti (CNR, Milano): "Un acteur et temoin du debat sur la
tolerance: William Popple, marchand, ecrivain et poete de la liberte"

**LES ANNEES WILSON (1964-1970)**

- Valerie Auda-Andre (Universite de Provence, Aix-Marseille 1): "L'Europe,
'a Home of Last Resort'"
- Paul Brennan (Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle): "Northern Ireland, a
Place Apart"
- Monica Charlot (Universite de Paris III): "Devaluation: the Economic
Record of the Labour Party, 1964 - 1970"
- Bernard D'Hellencourt (Universite Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle):
"Immigration et politique dans les annees Wilson"
- Janie Mortier (Universite de Paris XIII): "L'âge d'or de l'Arts Council
ou comment faire une politique sans le dire"
- Michael Parsons (Universite de Pau): "Harold Wilson and the Rhodesia
Crisis: Principle or Pragmatism?"
- Brendan Prendiville (Universite de Poitiers): "Youthquake: Youth
Movements during the Wilson Years"
- Pascale Vilatte-Compton (Universite de Tours): "Cultural Change in
Wilson's Britain, 1964-1970"

**LES MEDIAS AUX ETATS-UNIS**

- Francoise Clary (Universite de Rouen): "La politique d'affirmative action
et l'industrie des medias"

Bertrand Rouge
Universite de Pau
France