ARTICLES:


​“‘La Sibylle’ as Ghost Work in Hugo’s La Fin de Satan.”

Nineteenth-Century French Studies ​48.1-2 (2019): 64-79.



"The Occultation of Surrealism and Rimbaud’s Assassins.”

French Review 93.2 (2019): 64-76.



“'Le cri du papillon': The Doors & Rimbaud.”

Parade sauvage (revue d'études rimbaldiennes) 30 (2019): 229-248, forthcoming.






TRANSLATIONS:


Kudszus, Winfried. “Émergence linguistique: faim, métabolisme, et métaphorologie dans la pensée et l’œuvre de Friedrich Nietzsche.”

In Métaphores de l'austérité & Austérité des métaphores/Metaphors of Austerity & The Austerity of Metaphors. Winfried Kudszus & Richard Trim (eds.), Paris: L’Harmattan, 2018. 39-86.






RECENT CONFERENCES:


​"Cette ancienne romance… qui toujours recommence: Nerval's 'caverne émettrice' and the cry of Mélusine."

Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Sarasota, FL, October 25-27, 2018.












"From Surface to Abyss: Apollinaire's Poetic Spectacle of War."

Upheaval & Reconstruction, Modernist Studies Association, Toronto, October 17-20.

 


"Suivrez-vous Rrose Sélavy au royaume dont nul n’échappe? Death, prophecy and Amour fou in Robert Desnos and Chrétien's Lancelot."

Surrealisms, Inaugural Conference of the International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS), Bucknell University, November 1-3, 2018.










​"From Anonymity to Pantheonization: Ducasse’s Authorial Trajectory in Les Chants de Maldoror and Poésies."

Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, UC Riverside, October 25-27, 2018.




​"The Space Outside of Time: Surrealism’s Utopian Cure for a Dystopian World." 

Visions and Revisions: Romance Utopias and Dystopias, Carolina Conference for Romance Studies, UNC Chapel Hill, April 4-7, 2018.













Lancelot en prose - BnF Fr113-116.

Coudrette, Le Roman de Mélusine, Paris, BnF, ms. fr. 24383.

Magritte, Je ne vois pas la femme cachée dans la foret 1929.

Photo by Man Ray, 1922.

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Victor Hugo, Ma destinée​, 1867. Maisons de Victor Hugo, Paris/Guernsey.

Salomon Trismosin, Splendor Solis, 1582.