Agrégation de lettres modernes
Nineteenth-Century French Studies publishes articles and book reviews on a wide range of topics that include the text chosen each year for France’s concours externe de l’agrégation. To help those who are preparing for the examination, each year the journal compiles previously published articles and reviews in support of that year's agrégation title.
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2020: Tristan Corbière, Les Amours jaunes, edited by Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Flammarion / GF, 2018.
related search of NCFS content: Corbière at ncfs-journal.org
2019: Honoré de Balzac, Le Cousin Pons, edited by Gérard Gengembre, Flammarion / GF, 2015.
2018: Gustave Flaubert, L'Éducation sentimentale, edited by Pierre-Marc de Biasi, Le Livre de Poche / Les Classiques de poche, 2002.
2017: Victor Hugo, Les Contemplations, edited by Ludmila Charles-Wurtz, Le Livre de Poche / LGF, 2002.
2016: Emile Zola, La Fortune des Rougon, edited by Henri Mitterand, Gallimard / Folio, 2007.
2015: Charles Baudelaire, Le Spleen de Paris (Petits poèmes en prose), edited by Jean-Luc Steinmetz, Le Livre de Poche, 2003.
2014: Stendhal, Le Rouge et le noir, edited by Anne-Marie Méninger, Folio classique, 1967.