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Muelsch Article in New French Volume

April 22, 2013

 

Dr. Elisabeth-Christine Muelsch, professor of French, has a new article  “Ensorceleuse, empoisonneuse et graphomane : MarcelleTinayre lisant Marie Cappelle Lafarge” published in Frédérique Chevillot and Colette Trout (eds.)  Rebelles et criminelles chez les écrivaines d’expression française (Rodopi, 2013).  The article focuses on Marcelle Tinayre’s reading of the famous Lafarge Affair, which had inspired Flaubert to write Madame Bovary

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