Contemporary French Civilization

IMAGINING THE DISCIPLINE: BEYOND FRENCHNESS AND FRANCOPHILIA

Contemporary French Civilization (1997), 21, (2), 32–50.

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Department of Modern Languages & Literatures Case Western Reserve University

Fourny, Jean-François

Schehr, Lawrence R.