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- Chapter Three ............................................................................................ 29. A Reflection of the Medical Discourse in the Goncourt Brothers'.
- Nineteenth-Century Nostalgia for Eighteenth-Century Wit, Style, and
- The Goncourt brothers cite the years from the death of Louis xiv to the execution of Marie-Antoinette as the period in which.
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- the other''], exclaim the Goncourt brothers in their history of daily life under the Directoire (–).
- on Collaboration1
- this model, multiple authorship reflects “the partners' search for fulfillment and self -expression.
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- Goncourt brothers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Goncourt brothers were Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt both French naturalist writers.
- Books: Goncourt Brothers - TIME
- THE GONCOURT JOURNALS—Edmond & Jules de Goncourt; edited and translated by Lewis Galantiere—Doubleday, Doran ($3.50).
- Goncourt brothers - Wikiquote
- Goncourt brothers. From Wikiquote.
- Masters of Indiscretion - November 29, 2006 - The New York Sun
- Nov 29, 2006 Edmond de Goncourt, born in 1822, and his younger brother Jules, born in 1830, formed a partnership that is possibly unique in literary history.
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