Books from "Yale French Studies Series"

Yale French Studies is the oldest English-language journal in the United States devoted to French and Francophone literature and culture. Each volume is conceived and organized by a guest editor or editors around a particular theme or author. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly welcome, as are contributions from scholars and writers from around the world. Recent volumes have been devoted to a wide variety of subjects, among them: Crime Fiction; Surrealism; Contemporary Writing for the Stage; and Memory in Postwar French and Francophone Culture.

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  • Part I, Post/Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, and Nomadisms

    Edited by Françoise Lionnet and Ronnie Scharfman

    02/24/1993, Paper
    $32.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300052701
  • Part II, Post/Colonial Conditions: Exiles, Migrations, and Nomadisms

    Edited by Françoise Lionnet and Ronnie Scharfman

    02/24/1993, Paper
    $32.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300053975
  • On Leiris

    Edited by Marc Blanchard

    05/27/1992, Paper
    $32.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300057072
  • Literature and the Ethical Question

    Edited by Claire Nouvet

    02/20/1991, Paper
    $32.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300050004
  • After the Age of Suspicion: The French Novel Today

    Edited by Charles A. Porter

    09/10/1989, Paper
    $32.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300043860

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