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- [Coll.] Études Faulkneriennes (1996-2005)         
Rennes (2, rue du doyen Denis-Leroy, 35000). Presses Universitaires de Rennes. (270x200)
Dir. : Michel Gresset
5 numéros en 5 livraisons du n° 1 (1996) au n° 5 (2005)

Part. : Joseph Adamson, Sharon Baris, Sonja Basic, André Bleikasten, Ineke Bockting, Florence Cesari-Stricker, Géraldine Chouard, Hunter Cole, Margo Crawford, Robert Dale Parker, Susan Donaldson, John N. Duvall, Reginald Dyck, Charmaine Eddy, Ikuko Fujihira, Richard Gray, Jared F. Green, Michel Gresset, Aurélie Guillain, Jacqueline Guillemin-Flescher, Suzan Harrison, Lisa Hinrichsen, Takaki Hiraishi, Lothar Hönnighausen, Donald Kartiganer, Jean Kempf, Stuart Kidd, Michael Kreyling, Barbara Ladd, Michael Lahey, Marie-Christine Lemardeley-Cunci, Peter Lurie, Pia Masiero Marcolin, James Massender, Nathalie Mason, Mario Materassi, John T. Matthews, Pearl McHaney, Thomas L. McHaney, Gene M. Moore, Giliane Morell, Nicole Moulinoux, Peter Nicolaisen, François Pitavy, Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Noel Polk, Jacques Pothier, Juan Jose Saer, D. Stringer, Jean-Marc Victor, Jay Watson, Philip Weinstein, Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, Clifford E. Wulfaman, Michiko Yoshida, Michael Zeitlin, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, …

Bibl. : [ISSN : 1275-2738.
Cf. Éditions des Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
Collection dédiée à l’œuvre de William Faulkner (1897-1962).

[BnF : (chaque vol.) ]

1996
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 1, 1996 [146 p.]
Michel Gresset, Introduction,
Juan Jose Saer, Sanctuary 31,
Nicole Moulinoux, Sanctuary Revisited,
Gene M. Moore, The Narrative Surface of Sanctuary,
Noel Polk, Faulkner in the Luxembourg Gardens,
Michel Gresset, Popeye in Sanctuary: an Exercise in Modernism,
Florence Cesari-Stricker, "Precarious Angles": Topographical and Narrative Slants in Sanctuary,
François Pitavy, Prohibition in Sanctuary: Motif and Metaphor,
Philip Weinstein, Confessing Temple,
Robert Dale Parker, Sanctuary and Bad Taste,
Aurélie Guillain, Nursing and Seducing Girls in Sanctuary,
Nathalie Mason, Temple’s Story: the Narrative of Trauma,
Richard Gray, Sanctuary, "Night Bird" and Film noir,
Giliane Morell, The Detective Novel or the Unraveling of the Unconscious,
Michael Zeitlin, Masochism in Sanctuary,
Ikuko Fujihira, Temple Drake's Mimicry – Father's Language/Sister's Language,
James Massender, "Trying Totell Them": the Limits of Language in Sanctuary,
André Bleikasten, Dialogue in Sanctuary.
Note(s) : [BnF : 4-Z-12526]

2000
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 2, 2000 [128 p.] / « Centenaire »
André Bleikasten, Father Faulkner: beginnings and begetting,
Nicole Moulinoux, Naissance de Faulkner à l’écriture,
Lothar Hönnighausen, A Nietzschean Approach to Faulkner’s Biographical and Literary Role-Play,
John T. Matthews, The Scene of Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Thomas L. McHaney, Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Noel Polk, Faulkner and Anderson & Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Michel Gresset, Naissance de Faulkner au Langage,
Sonja Basic, Faulkner’s Myriad,
Jacqueline Guillemin-Flescher, The Linguistic Representation of Perception in Benjy’s Monologue,
Mario Materassi, Faulkner’s use of The Song of Solomon in Quentin’s Section of the Sound and the Fury,
Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, Faulkner’s Birth into Language,
André Bleikasten, Naissance de Faulkner au désir,
Robert Dale Parker, Red Slippers and Cottonmouth Moccasins: White Anxieties in Faulkner's Indian Stories,
Philip Weinstein, "Premature, Inconclusive and Inconcllidable": Faulkner and Desire,
Michael Zeitlin, "A Dream and a Fire": William Faulkner, Polymorphous Hero,
Florence Cesari-Stricker, "A Single Fluxive Yes": Desire in the Wild Palms,
François Pitavy, Naissance de Faulkner à l’histoire,
Peter Nicolaisen, Heritage and History in Go Down, Moses,
Jacques Pothier, Born again into History: Celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Faulkner’s Fiftieth Birthday, …
Note(s) : (dir. André Bleikasten, Michel Gresset, Nicole Moulinoux et François Pitavy) [BnF : 2000-101625]

2002
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 3, 2002 [128 p.] / « Faulkner’s Maturity »
François Pitavy, If I Forget Thee, jerusalem: a pivot in Faulkner's career,
Michael Zeitlin, Méconnaissance and (the Shadowy Indefinite Shape of) Truth in If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem,
Peter Lurie, Screening Readerly Pleasures: Modernism, Melodrama and Mass Markets in If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem,
Noel Polk, Eula and the Good Old Boys: Testing Masculinity in The Hamlet and The Town,
Michel Gresset & Jacques Pothier, The Hamlet: Revisiting Faulkner’s pastoral symphony,
Jay Watson, "Coming to Pieces on me": Narrative Technique and Narrational Anxiety in The Hamlet, or, Why the Long Summer is so Long,
Jacques Pothier, The Fall of the House of Jamshyd, or The Hamlet as a Gothic Novel,
André Bleikasten, Faulkner’s restless maturity: Go Down, Moses,
Ikuko Fujihira, The Laugh of Isaac’s Wife: Women’s Un-Marriage in Go Down, Moses,
Takaki Hiraishi, 'Mammy' as Faulkner's Repressed Mother: Molly Beauchamp's Genealogy,
Ineke Bockting, Look Lack Ah Just Cant Quit: Suicidal Behavior and Aggression in Faulkner's "Pantaloon in Black",
Nicole Moulinoux, The Remainder of Language in "Pantaloon in Black",
Michael Lahey, Bodily Signs: Narratizing Race and Mourning in "Pantaloon in Black",
Pia Masiero Marcolin, Denied Legacies: Tomey’s Turl,
Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, William Faulkner’s and Aldo Leopold's Theories of the Land in "The Bear". A Coincidence?, …
Note(s) : (dir. André Bleikasten, Michel Gresset, Nicole Moulinoux, François Pitavy) [BnF : 2002-152929]

2004
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 4, 2004 [150 p.] / « Méconnaissances »
Michael Zeitlin, Faulkner and the Scene of Misrecognition,
Joseph Adamson, Struggling Brothers: Recognition and Méconnaissance, Affect and Script in Go Down, Moses,
John N. Duvall, Was Ike Black? Avuncular Racechange in Go Down, Moses,
Charmaine Eddy, The Subject of Race: Imaginary Whiteness in Go Down, Moses,
Reginald Dyck, The Social Construction of Conscience in Faulkner’s "Barn Burning",
Margo Crawford, The Interracial Embodiment of Contradiction in Absalom, Absalom!,
Clifford E. Wulfaman, Outraged Recapitulation and Artful Garrulousness,
Jared F. Green, Brutal Communities: Speech, Misrecognition and the Discipline of Race in Light in August,
D. Stringer, Memory as Fetish: Light in August,
Lisa Hinrichsen, A History that has No Place: Trauma and Temple Drake in Sanctuary, …
Note(s) : (dir. Michael Zeitlin, André Bleikasten et Nicole Moulinoux). [BnF : 2004-296834]

2005
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 5, 2005 [186 p.] / « Eudora Welty and the Poetics of the Body »
Géraldine Chouard et Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Preface,
Géraldine Chouard, Welty’s Photography or the Retina of Time,
Hunter Cole, On the Publishing of Photographs,
Stuart Kidd, Familiar and Foreign Bodies in Photographs of the South during the 1930s,
Jean Kempf, Eudora Welty Photographer. The Photograph as Revelation,
Michael Kreyling, Eudora Welty: Portraits of the Author and the Character of the Text,
Géraldine Chouard (mod.), Round Table on Photography,
Aurélie Guillain, Pantomimes: Body Language in Five Narratives by Eudora Welty,
Jean-Marc Victor, "The wrinkles in her skin shone like a bright net": The Promises of a Face in Eudora Welty’s Fiction,
Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, Fevered Desire and Therapeutic Gaze in Welty's World,
Barbara Ladd, The Place of (Woman's) Body/the Body of (Woman's) Place in The Golden Apples,
Suzan Harrison, Black Bodies and Modernist Desire in Eudora Welty's Fiction,
Tom McHaney, The Saturday Night Function Beats the Sunday Morning Service: Welty's "Powerhouse",
Noel Polk, The Ponderable Heart.
Sharon Baris, 'Across his chest, over his hips': Hands-on Means and Meanings in "Death of a Traveling Salesman".
Michiko Yoshida, Welty's Touches: the Functions of Hands and the Drama of Transformation in "Moon Lake" and "Music from Spain",
Pearl McHaney, Containment, Flux and Flexibilty in Delta Wedding: Dabney Fairchild’s Gravidity,
André Bleikasten, Homespun Horrors: "The Burning",
Susan Donaldson, Embodying and Transforming Memory in Eudora Welty's Later Work,
Donald Kartiganer, Body and Myth, Semiotic and Symbolic: The Space Between,
Marie-Christine Lemardeley-Cunci, Bruissements de silence dans "The Key",
Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Of human, animal and celestal Bodies in Welty's "Circe".
Note(s) : (dir. Géraldine Chouard et Danièle Pitavy-Souques). [BnF : 2007-198886]

- [Coll.] Études Faulkneriennes (1996-2005)         
Rennes (2, rue du doyen Denis-Leroy, 35000). Presses Universitaires de Rennes. (270x200)
Dir. : Michel Gresset
5 numéros en 5 livraisons du n° 1 (1996) au n° 5 (2005)

Part. : Joseph Adamson, Sharon Baris, Sonja Basic, André Bleikasten, Ineke Bockting, Florence Cesari-Stricker, Géraldine Chouard, Hunter Cole, Margo Crawford, Robert Dale Parker, Susan Donaldson, John N. Duvall, Reginald Dyck, Charmaine Eddy, Ikuko Fujihira, Richard Gray, Jared F. Green, Michel Gresset, Aurélie Guillain, Jacqueline Guillemin-Flescher, Suzan Harrison, Lisa Hinrichsen, Takaki Hiraishi, Lothar Hönnighausen, Donald Kartiganer, Jean Kempf, Stuart Kidd, Michael Kreyling, Barbara Ladd, Michael Lahey, Marie-Christine Lemardeley-Cunci, Peter Lurie, Pia Masiero Marcolin, James Massender, Nathalie Mason, Mario Materassi, John T. Matthews, Pearl McHaney, Thomas L. McHaney, Gene M. Moore, Giliane Morell, Nicole Moulinoux, Peter Nicolaisen, François Pitavy, Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Noel Polk, Jacques Pothier, Juan Jose Saer, D. Stringer, Jean-Marc Victor, Jay Watson, Philip Weinstein, Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, Clifford E. Wulfaman, Michiko Yoshida, Michael Zeitlin, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, …

Bibl. : [ISSN : 1275-2738.
Cf. Éditions des Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
Collection dédiée à l’œuvre de William Faulkner (1897-1962).

[BnF : (chaque vol.) ]

1996
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 1, 1996 [146 p.]
Michel Gresset, Introduction,
Juan Jose Saer, Sanctuary 31,
Nicole Moulinoux, Sanctuary Revisited,
Gene M. Moore, The Narrative Surface of Sanctuary,
Noel Polk, Faulkner in the Luxembourg Gardens,
Michel Gresset, Popeye in Sanctuary: an Exercise in Modernism,
Florence Cesari-Stricker, "Precarious Angles": Topographical and Narrative Slants in Sanctuary,
François Pitavy, Prohibition in Sanctuary: Motif and Metaphor,
Philip Weinstein, Confessing Temple,
Robert Dale Parker, Sanctuary and Bad Taste,
Aurélie Guillain, Nursing and Seducing Girls in Sanctuary,
Nathalie Mason, Temple’s Story: the Narrative of Trauma,
Richard Gray, Sanctuary, "Night Bird" and Film noir,
Giliane Morell, The Detective Novel or the Unraveling of the Unconscious,
Michael Zeitlin, Masochism in Sanctuary,
Ikuko Fujihira, Temple Drake's Mimicry – Father's Language/Sister's Language,
James Massender, "Trying Totell Them": the Limits of Language in Sanctuary,
André Bleikasten, Dialogue in Sanctuary.
Note(s) : [BnF : 4-Z-12526]

2000
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 2, 2000 [128 p.] / « Centenaire »
André Bleikasten, Father Faulkner: beginnings and begetting,
Nicole Moulinoux, Naissance de Faulkner à l’écriture,
Lothar Hönnighausen, A Nietzschean Approach to Faulkner’s Biographical and Literary Role-Play,
John T. Matthews, The Scene of Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Thomas L. McHaney, Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Noel Polk, Faulkner and Anderson & Faulkner’s Birth into Fiction,
Michel Gresset, Naissance de Faulkner au Langage,
Sonja Basic, Faulkner’s Myriad,
Jacqueline Guillemin-Flescher, The Linguistic Representation of Perception in Benjy’s Monologue,
Mario Materassi, Faulkner’s use of The Song of Solomon in Quentin’s Section of the Sound and the Fury,
Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, Faulkner’s Birth into Language,
André Bleikasten, Naissance de Faulkner au désir,
Robert Dale Parker, Red Slippers and Cottonmouth Moccasins: White Anxieties in Faulkner's Indian Stories,
Philip Weinstein, "Premature, Inconclusive and Inconcllidable": Faulkner and Desire,
Michael Zeitlin, "A Dream and a Fire": William Faulkner, Polymorphous Hero,
Florence Cesari-Stricker, "A Single Fluxive Yes": Desire in the Wild Palms,
François Pitavy, Naissance de Faulkner à l’histoire,
Peter Nicolaisen, Heritage and History in Go Down, Moses,
Jacques Pothier, Born again into History: Celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Faulkner’s Fiftieth Birthday, …
Note(s) : (dir. André Bleikasten, Michel Gresset, Nicole Moulinoux et François Pitavy) [BnF : 2000-101625]

2002
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 3, 2002 [128 p.] / « Faulkner’s Maturity »
François Pitavy, If I Forget Thee, jerusalem: a pivot in Faulkner's career,
Michael Zeitlin, Méconnaissance and (the Shadowy Indefinite Shape of) Truth in If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem,
Peter Lurie, Screening Readerly Pleasures: Modernism, Melodrama and Mass Markets in If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem,
Noel Polk, Eula and the Good Old Boys: Testing Masculinity in The Hamlet and The Town,
Michel Gresset & Jacques Pothier, The Hamlet: Revisiting Faulkner’s pastoral symphony,
Jay Watson, "Coming to Pieces on me": Narrative Technique and Narrational Anxiety in The Hamlet, or, Why the Long Summer is so Long,
Jacques Pothier, The Fall of the House of Jamshyd, or The Hamlet as a Gothic Novel,
André Bleikasten, Faulkner’s restless maturity: Go Down, Moses,
Ikuko Fujihira, The Laugh of Isaac’s Wife: Women’s Un-Marriage in Go Down, Moses,
Takaki Hiraishi, 'Mammy' as Faulkner's Repressed Mother: Molly Beauchamp's Genealogy,
Ineke Bockting, Look Lack Ah Just Cant Quit: Suicidal Behavior and Aggression in Faulkner's "Pantaloon in Black",
Nicole Moulinoux, The Remainder of Language in "Pantaloon in Black",
Michael Lahey, Bodily Signs: Narratizing Race and Mourning in "Pantaloon in Black",
Pia Masiero Marcolin, Denied Legacies: Tomey’s Turl,
Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, William Faulkner’s and Aldo Leopold's Theories of the Land in "The Bear". A Coincidence?, …
Note(s) : (dir. André Bleikasten, Michel Gresset, Nicole Moulinoux, François Pitavy) [BnF : 2002-152929]

2004
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 4, 2004 [150 p.] / « Méconnaissances »
Michael Zeitlin, Faulkner and the Scene of Misrecognition,
Joseph Adamson, Struggling Brothers: Recognition and Méconnaissance, Affect and Script in Go Down, Moses,
John N. Duvall, Was Ike Black? Avuncular Racechange in Go Down, Moses,
Charmaine Eddy, The Subject of Race: Imaginary Whiteness in Go Down, Moses,
Reginald Dyck, The Social Construction of Conscience in Faulkner’s "Barn Burning",
Margo Crawford, The Interracial Embodiment of Contradiction in Absalom, Absalom!,
Clifford E. Wulfaman, Outraged Recapitulation and Artful Garrulousness,
Jared F. Green, Brutal Communities: Speech, Misrecognition and the Discipline of Race in Light in August,
D. Stringer, Memory as Fetish: Light in August,
Lisa Hinrichsen, A History that has No Place: Trauma and Temple Drake in Sanctuary, …
Note(s) : (dir. Michael Zeitlin, André Bleikasten et Nicole Moulinoux). [BnF : 2004-296834]

2005
- Études Faulknériennes, n° 5, 2005 [186 p.] / « Eudora Welty and the Poetics of the Body »
Géraldine Chouard et Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Preface,
Géraldine Chouard, Welty’s Photography or the Retina of Time,
Hunter Cole, On the Publishing of Photographs,
Stuart Kidd, Familiar and Foreign Bodies in Photographs of the South during the 1930s,
Jean Kempf, Eudora Welty Photographer. The Photograph as Revelation,
Michael Kreyling, Eudora Welty: Portraits of the Author and the Character of the Text,
Géraldine Chouard (mod.), Round Table on Photography,
Aurélie Guillain, Pantomimes: Body Language in Five Narratives by Eudora Welty,
Jean-Marc Victor, "The wrinkles in her skin shone like a bright net": The Promises of a Face in Eudora Welty’s Fiction,
Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, Fevered Desire and Therapeutic Gaze in Welty's World,
Barbara Ladd, The Place of (Woman's) Body/the Body of (Woman's) Place in The Golden Apples,
Suzan Harrison, Black Bodies and Modernist Desire in Eudora Welty's Fiction,
Tom McHaney, The Saturday Night Function Beats the Sunday Morning Service: Welty's "Powerhouse",
Noel Polk, The Ponderable Heart.
Sharon Baris, 'Across his chest, over his hips': Hands-on Means and Meanings in "Death of a Traveling Salesman".
Michiko Yoshida, Welty's Touches: the Functions of Hands and the Drama of Transformation in "Moon Lake" and "Music from Spain",
Pearl McHaney, Containment, Flux and Flexibilty in Delta Wedding: Dabney Fairchild’s Gravidity,
André Bleikasten, Homespun Horrors: "The Burning",
Susan Donaldson, Embodying and Transforming Memory in Eudora Welty's Later Work,
Donald Kartiganer, Body and Myth, Semiotic and Symbolic: The Space Between,
Marie-Christine Lemardeley-Cunci, Bruissements de silence dans "The Key",
Danièle Pitavy-Souques, Of human, animal and celestal Bodies in Welty's "Circe".
Note(s) : (dir. Géraldine Chouard et Danièle Pitavy-Souques). [BnF : 2007-198886]

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