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Spotlight on reviews

French Studies: Spotlight on Reviews

Spotlight on reviews: Renaissance French studies

French Studies carries an unparalleled range and number of book reviews, covering all aspects of this exceptionally broad discipline. Among other areas, the journal regularly carries reviews on Renaissance French studies, and the selection of reviews featured here have been published over the last decade.

All reviews are free to read online.

Eva Kushner, Le Dialogue à la Renaissance: histoire et poétique
Reviewed by Pollie Bromilow
French Studies (2006) 60 (2)

Kathleen P. Long, Hermaphrodites in Renaissance Europe
Reviewed by Joseph Harris
French Studies (2007) 61 (3)

La Renaissance décentrée: Actes du Colloque de Genève (28–29 septembre 2006) . Publiés sous la direction de Frédéric Tinguely
Reviewed by Hugh Roberts
French Studies (2009) 63 (3)

Gary Ferguson, Queer (Re)Readings in the French Renaissance: Homosexuality, Gender, Culture
Reviewed by Dick Wursten
French Studies (2009) 63 (4)

Elisabeth Hodges, Urban Poetics in the French Renaissance
Reviewed by David Cowling
French Studies (2010) 64 (1)

Hugh Roberts, Dogs' Tales: Representations of Ancient Cynicism in French Renaissance Texts
Reviewed by Emma Gilby
French Studies (2010) 64 (3)

Floyd Gray, La Renaissance des mots: de Jean Lemaire de Belges à Agrippa d'Aubigné
Reviewed by Pollie Bromilow
French Studies (2010) 64 (4)

Robert Knecht, The French Renaissance Court
Reviewed by Sarah Alyn Stacey
French Studies (2010) 64 (4)

Paul White, Renaissance Postscripts: Responding to Ovid's ‘Heroides’ in Sixteenth-Century France
Reviewed by Eric MacPhail
French Studies (2011) 65 (2)

Paul Smith, Réécrire la Renaissance, de Marcel Proust à Michel Tournier: exercices de lecture rapprochée
Reviewed by Thomas Baldwin
French Studies (2011) 65 (3)

Lyndan Warner, The Ideas of Man and Woman in Renaissance France: Print, Rhetoric, and Law
Reviewed by Jonathan Patterson
French Studies (2012) 66 (2)

Phillip John Usher and Isabelle Fernbach, Virgilian Identities in the French Renaissance
Reviewed by Marc Bizer
French Studies (2014) 68 (1)

Kathleen Long, Renaissance Keywords
Reviewed by Hugh Roberts
French Studies (2014) 68 (2)

Philip Ford, The Judgment of Palaemon: The Contest between Neo-Latin and Vernacular Poetry in Renaissance France
Reviewed by Yasmin Haskell
French Studies (2014) 68 (3)

Jane H. M. Taylor, Rewriting Arthurian Romance in Renaissance France: From Manuscript to Printed Book
Reviewed by Keith Busby
French Studies (2015) 69 (1)

Phillip John Usher, Epic Arts in Renaissance France
Reviewed by Bruno Méniel
French Studies (2015) 69 (1)

Ingrid A. R. De Smet, La Fauconnerie à la Renaissance: Le ‘Hieracosophion’ (1582–1584) de Jacques de Thou
Reviewed by Virginie Leroux
French Studies (2015) 69 (1)

Richard Cooper, Roman Antiquities in Renaissance France, 1515–65
Reviewed by Jeff Kendrick
French Studies (2015) 69 (1)

Le Cardinal Jean Du Bellay: diplomatie et culture dans l'Europe de la Renaissance . Sous la direction de Cédric Michon et Loris Petris
Reviewed by Ingrid A. R. De Smet
French Studies (2015) 69 (2)

La Librairie de Montaigne: Proceedings of the Tenth Cambridge French Renaissance Colloquium, 1–4 September 2008 . Edited by Philip Ford and Neil Kenny
Reviewed by Rowan Tomlinson
French Studies (2015) 69 (2)

Ullrich Langer, Lyric in the Renaissance: From Petrarch to Montaigne
Reviewed by Edward Ousselin
French Studies (2016) 70 (2)

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