Table of contents for Imagery and ideology : fiction and painting in nineteenth-century France / William J. Berg.

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Contents
Illustrations
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Acknowledgments
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Introduction: Imagery and Ideology: Literature and Painting
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Ideology Laid Bare: Corneille and David
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Imagery and conflicting ideologies: Chateaubriand and Girodet
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The Modern Pygmalion: Balzac and Daumier
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"Les trois glorieuses": Stendhal, Delacroix, and Hugo
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Idealizing the Image of the Peasant: Sand, Holbein, and Millet
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Salome's Dance: Flaubert, Moreau, and Huysmans
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From Imagery to Ideology through Irony: Zola and Manet
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Impressionist Ideology: Maupassant, Monet, and Renoir pere et fils
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Kaleidoscopic Images of Algerian Women: Delacroix, Picasso, and Djebar
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Conclusion: Reading in the Modern Mode
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References
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Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

French fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Painting in literature.
Art and literature.