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Maryline Lukacher


Maryline Lukacher

PhD, University of California, San Diego, French Literature
Licence és-Lettres, Université de Nice, France, Anglais/civilisation

I am interested in 19th-century French literature, and more specifically, in French women writers of the 19th and 20th century. Both my research and my teaching are concerned with different approaches such as gender studies, psychoanalysis, and more recently cultural studies. I am working on integrating new contemporary issues into the literary canon.

Books

In preparation: " Les Comédies inhumaines: Balzac, Sand, Rachilde."

Autobiofictions: George Sand et le conflit de l’écriture. New Orleans: Presses Universitaires du Nouveau Monde, 2008.

Maternal Fictions: Stendhal, Sand, Rachilde, and Bataille. Duke UP, 1994.

Articles

(Forthcoming) "Lectures du Sphinx: George Sand et Henry James" in George Sand Studies.

"Une longue histoire: Consuelo et le fil d’Ariane" in L’Ecriture sandienne: pratique et imaginaire. Actes du Colloque de Cerisy-la-Salle. Edited by Isabelle Naginski and Brigitte Diaz. Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2006.

"Lamiel, lectrice de Stendhal" in L’Année Stendhalienne 4. Paris: Honoré Champion Editions, (2005), 179-192.

"L’Empire des sens: Leone Leoni" in George Sand et l’empire des lettres. Edited by Anne McCall. New Orleans: Presses Universitaires du Nouveau Monde, 2004, 211-224.

"Fictions biographiques: Flaubert et Le voyage en Egypte." Revue des Sciences Humaines, No. 263 (juillet-septembre 2001), 183-193.

"Sand avec Stendhal: Le secrétaire intime et Le Rouge et le noir." George Sand Studies, Vol. 18, 1 & 2 (1999), 35-46.

"The Red and the Black: Transforming the Maternal Myth" in Approaches to Teaching Stendhal's The Red and the Black. MLA Publications (1999), 148-154.

Current projects and interests

At present, I am at work on different projects that examine the intersection between the personal and the political in nineteenth-century French women writers.

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