La Critique littéraire de Laharpe à Proust
Published by Editions Bibliopolis, 1998
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The learned volumes, serialized articles, prefaces, and manifestos collected in La Critique littéraire de Laharpe à Proust reproduce the great literary debates which animated the 19th century. One hundred fifteen works and collections, thirty-three authors, and one hundred thousand pages of analysis allow the user to investigate the polemics and controversies in depth. The collection traverses the entire 19th century, beginning with Laharpe, who taught and provided a point of reference for many of his successors, and ending with Apollinaire and Proust, both highly prolific and distinctive critics.

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