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    Vanités et résistances de la pensée critique. Du kitsch philosophique dans "Maîtres anciens" de Thomas Bernhard [1]
    Variations on charisma : Shakespeare's saintly, villain, and lustful leaders [1]
    Variations sur l'affect : pensée de l'affect autour d'Ingeborg Bachmann [1]
    Vers une autre temporalité de la "parthénos" : entre mythe, littérature et disciplines du corps [1]
    Vigencia y pervivencia del teatro sefardi : Del Hacino imaginado al Ipohondriozo [1]
    La violence du récit ou le récit de la violence : articulation de la violence narrative dans "La traición de Rita Hayworth" et "L'avalée des avalés" [1]
    Virginia Woolf and the poetics of trauma narrative [1]
    Voces femeninas de la América decimonónica: Juana Manuela Gorriti, Soledad Acosta de Samper y Joséphine Marchand-Dandurand en sus diarios íntimos y publicaciones periódicas [1]
    Wandering lost : searching for the end in Auden and Isherwood's journey to a war [1]
    Wanted : dead or alive. Women as bodies in Shakespeare's Pericles, King Lear and Macbeth [1]
    Waxing Ornamental : Reading a Poetics of Excess in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando and Djuna Barnes’s Nightwood [1]
    Wenn individuelle Zweisprachigkeit kollektive Sprachkonflikte löst Sprachgrenze und Identitätsdiskurse in Fribourg/Freiburg (CH) : die Sicht junger bilingualer Erwachsener [1]
    What language is this ? : a study of abjection in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood and Anne Stone's Hush [1]
    When rhetoric is a lady : rhetorical identity and Shakespearean female characterization [1]
    Why they kill : criminal etiologies in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, R.L. Stevenson's Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and Oscar Wilde's The picture of Dorian Gray [1]
    Widening gaps, productive spaces : the construction of Victorian identity in Thomas Carlyle, Lewis Carroll and George Eliot [1]
    Wirklichkeit und Fiktion : Alfred Döblins „Tatsachenphantasie“ in seinem historischen Roman „November 1918“ [1]
    Women, sources, and rhetoric in George Pettie’s A petite pallace of Pettie his pleasure [1]
    Women’s Food Refusal and Feminine Appetites in the long British Eighteenth Century [1]
    The word in the world : "Fallen preachers" in Zora Neale Hurston's Jonah's Gourd Vine and Flannery O'Connor's The violent bear it away [1]