Detroit, MI: Gale, 1988.
Volume 72 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography
Available also in print (RH) REF PS2.D5 V.72.
The second of three DLB volumes to cover French literature of the 20th century. Offers a chronological grouping of novelists whose careers often spanned more than one period but whose literary concerns are associated mainly with the decade prior to World War II, the war and Occupation years, the apres-guerre and the 1950s.
Detroit, MI: Gale, 1989.
Also available in print (RH) PS2.D5 V.83.
The third of three volumes in the DLB series devoted to French fiction writers of the present century, this one featuring authors whose careers were established around 1960, or whose most characteristic or significant works stem from this time.
A History of Modern French Literature: From the Sixteenth Century to the Twentieth Century
by Christopher Prendergast (Ed.)
Call Number: PQ103.H57 2017 (RH)
Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, .
An Introduction to Twentieth-Century French Literature
by Victoria Best
Call Number: PQ305.B48 2002
London: Duckworth, 2002.
Literature of the French and Occitan Middle Ages: Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries
Call Number: REF PS2.D5 v. 208 (RH)
Detroit, NY: Gale, 1999.
Vol. 208 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography
Available in print and online via the Fordham Library Catalog.
Nineteenth-Century French Fiction Writers: Romanticism and Realism, 1800-1860
Call Number: REF PS2.D5 v. 119 (RH)
Detroit: Gale, 1992.
Vol 119 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography
Available in print and online.
Research and Reference Guide to French Studies
Call Number: REF PQ2.082 (RH)
Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1968.
by Stefan Zweig
Call Number: PQ2178.Z9 (RH LC)
New York, NY: Viking, 1946.
Translated by William and Dorothy Rose
Flaubert: A Collection of Critical Essays
by Raymond Dorner Giraud
Call Number: PQ2249.G5 (RH)
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964.
Histoire de la Langue et de la Littérature Française des Origines a 1900
Call Number: PQ101.P5 (RH LC)
Paris: Armand Colin, 1896.
Multivolume set published at the turn-of-the-century; of particular interest for those seeking a "period" perspective on the evolution of language and literature in France.
Hymnes ecclesiastiques (1578): édition critique
by Guy Le Fèvre de La Boderie
Call Number: PQ1628.L38 H95 2014 (RH)
Genève: Librairie Droz, 2014.
The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French
by Peter France (Ed.)
Call Number: REF PQ41..N48 1995 (RH LC)
New York, NY: Oxford UP, 1995.
"The volume highlights not only poets, novelists, and dramatists, but also historians, scientists, statesmen, and philosophers--providing a sweeping tour of French culture." Also available in stacks for check out.
Nineteenth-Century French Poets
Call Number: REF PS2.D5 v. 217 (RH)
Detroit, MI: Gale, 2000.
Vol. 217 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography
Available in print and online.
The Oxford Companion to French Literature
Call Number: REF PQ41.H3 (RH LC)
London: Oxford, 1959.
Also available in stacks for check out.
Dictionnaire Alphabétique et Analogique de la Langue Française
by Paul Robert
Call Number: PC2625.R61 1985 (RH)
Paris: Le Robert, 1985.
The Firefly French/English Visual Dictionary
by Jean-Claude Corbeil