Since its first title was published in 1982, Cambridge Studies in French has provided the context for innovative and influential volumes in French literature and culture. Under the General Editorship first of Malcolm Bowie (now University of Cambridge) and later of Michael Sheringham (University of London) the series has published work by major scholars on both sides of the Atlantic including Norman Bryson, Peter France, Sarah Kay and Michael Sprinker. Topics have ranged from the poetry of François Villon to the critical writings of Nathalie Sarraute, from fairy tales to material culture, from mimesis to surrealist collage. The series has now completed its commissioning programme.
General Editor: Michael Sheringham, Royal Holloway, University of London
Editorial Board: R. Howard Bloch, Columbia University, New York ; Malcolm Bowie, All Souls College, Oxford ; Ross Chambers, University of Michigan; Antoine Compagnon, Columbia University, New York ; Peter France, University of Edinburgh ; Christie McDonald, Harvard University, Massachusetts ; Toril Moi, Duke University, North Carolina ; Naomi Schor, Harvard University, Massachusetts
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