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From: Hemingway Review[(essay date spring 1994) In the following essay, Jobst and Williamson probe the use of humor and religious symbolism in "La maison Tellier" and Ernest Hemingway's "The Light of the World."] There was no sense in...
From: Nineteenth Century French Studies[(essay date fall-winter 1995-96) In the following essay, Mead investigates Maupassant's broad social vision in his story "La Maison Tellier."] To most readers, Maupassant offers two faces. On the one hand, he is...
From: Names[(essay date December 1992) In the following essay, Schapira investigates Maupassant's method for creating character names in stories, noting the additional narrative dimensions afforded by his choices.] In the ten...
From: Voices of Authority: Criminal Obsession in Guy de Maupassant's Short Works[(essay date 1994) In the following essay, Poteau-Tralie analyzes the condemnation of adulteresses that is a regular feature of Maupassant's stories, suggesting that this stance betrays the author's fear of female power...
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