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Title The Persistent voice; essays on Hellenism in French literature since the 18th century in honor of Professor Henri M. Peyre. / Edited by Walter G. Langlois.

Published New York : New York University Press, 1971.


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 UniM Store  840.9 L284 GA7    AVAILABLE
Physical description 217 pages ; 24 cm
Contents A "philosophe" and antiquity: Voltaire's changing view of Plato, by O. Haac.--Rousseau's Idylle des Cerises: a metamorphosis of the pastoral idyll, by M. J. Temmer.--A romantic view of the Hellenist past: Vigny's Daphné, by F. P. Bowman.--Zola's Hellenism, by P. Walker.--Mallarmé and the Greeks, by R. G. Cohn.--Notes on Péguy and antiquity, by B. Guy.--Gide and the assimilation of tragedy, by W. Holdheim.--Jean Giono's Greece: a kinship between distant ages, by K. Bieber.--Giraudoux's Hector: a hero's stand against heroism, by R. C. Lamont.--Sartre and the Greeks: a vicious magic circle, by A. Szogyi.--Anachronism in the modern theatre of myth, by E. C. Hicks.--Malraux and the Greek ideal, by E. G. Langlois.
Other author Peyre, Henri, 1901-1988.
Langlois, Walter G., editor.
Subject French literature -- History and criticism.
ISBN 0814749526