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French 465/660 Le Procès: Littérature et art devant la loi au XIXe siècle (Michèle Hannoosh)  

Provides resources, strategies, and information to support students' research for the final paper in French 465/660.
Last Updated: May 29, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Legal terms:

  • legislation
  • prosecution
  • censorship
  • litigation
  • trial
  • procès

Terms related to offenses:

  • nudity
  • obscenity
  • perversion
  • indecency
  • morals
  • manners
  • bonnes moeurs
  • morale publique
  • blasphème
  • obscénité
  • sédition politique

Cultural objects under scrutiny:

  • literature
  • art
  • books
  • paintings
  • sculpture
  • photography
  • exhibits

French 465/660 Course Guide Welcome

This research guide will complement your course readings and class discussion, by providing you with tools and strategies for finding and accessing material for your term papers.

Whereas the course is centered on 19th century French literature, your term papers can revolve around many aspects of the law and cultural enterprise, past or present. Thus, you will find a variety of strategies in this guide that you can tailor to your topics.


Choosing a Topic?

Professor Hannoosh has compiled a resource list with materials that provide context and background information on a variety of trials of literature and art. Here is a sample of that list:

As you explore your topic, you might also want to consult the following:

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