Parabasis 5: Aesthetic Illusion III
An Analysis of a Structural Principle Governing the Literature and Ideas of the Nineteenth Century.

Métaphores telluriques, inceste et grotesque dans La Faute de l'abbé Mouret, Michel L. Bareau, U. of Alberta.

Anatomy of the Structural Principle of Aesthetic Illusion, Foreword and Introduction, Judith Spencer, Augustana U.

Searching for « representation » beyond Illusion :
Hegel's Aesthetics
, Timothy J. Reiss, New York U.

La Tentation esthétique et ses impasses : l'apport critique de Kierkegaard et son retentissement dans les lettres scandinaves du XIXe siècle, Jean-François Battail, U. Paris IV.

Représentation and Self-Representation : The Canonical Hermeneutics of Hegel and Kierkegaard, Tilotama Rajan,
U. of Wisconsin-Madison.

Between Scientific Allusion and Aesthetic Illusion : Nietzsche's About Truth and Lie in an Extramoral Sense, Ute Margaret Saine, U. of Northern Arizona.

Remarques sur le temps dans la peinture et la littérature françaises du XIXe siècle, Jean-Marie Apostolidès, Stanford U.

Pour une Incursion dans les bas-fonds de la sensibilité esthétique, Jean-François Battail, U. Paris IV.

Romantic Irony : The Dialectics of Fiction and Meta-Fiction in the Works of Baudelaire and Mallarmé, Judith Spencer,
Augustana U.

Romantic Irony in Russian Romanticism, Roman S. Struc,
U. of Calgary.

From Neoclassical to Romantic Irony : the « Self-Reflective » Mode in Swift's Tale of a Tub and Sterne's Tristram Shandy, Harry V.S. Prest, Augustana U.

The Very Age and Body : Naturalism and the Illusion of the natural in Nineteenth-Century Theatre, Robert J. Moore
U. of New Brunswick.

Time, Identification, and Identity : By Way of a Commentary, Timothy J. Reiss, New York U.

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