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This text provides a wider reader access to this valuable first-hand account of lives within the artistic milieu of the Belle Epoque in France.
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Dr. Rosemary Yeoland received her Ph.D. in the field of French literature at the University of Tasmania. She currently teaches part-time in the French section of the Department of English, Journalism and European Languages at the University of Tasmania.Review:
"Dr. Yeoland's translation and thorough annotations represent the first attempt to offer all, scholars and students alike, in the English-speaking world and beyond, the opportunity to discover a French writer, famous in his years, and to acquaint themselves with the epoch he so precisely reported on; thus broadening this field of study and expanding its scope." - Dr. Agne Hafez-Ergaut, School of Humamities, University of Tasmania. "Dr. Yeoland's translation and edition of the work is timely. The translation is seamless and reads extremely well. Her extensive and scholarly introduction to the novel provides pertinent insights into Mauclair's life and the novel's subject matter, and reveals an intimate knowledge of the people and events of the period... Aficionados and scholars of French literature and culture will welcome Dr. Yeoland's translation of Mauclair's Le Soleil des morts. - Dr. Ralph Spaulding, University of Tasmania.
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