See also Poetry and French Literature.
Joseph Acquisto. French Symbolist Poetry and the Idea of Music. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 193pp.
Michael Bishop. Nineteenth-Century French Poetry. Twayne. 1993. 366pp.
Marion Elizabeth Carter. The Role of the Symbol in French Romantic Poetry. Catholic University of America Press. 1946. 115pp.
Edelgard DuBruck. The Theme of Death in French Poetry of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Mouton. 1964. 179pp.
Leonard W. Johnson. Poets as Players: Theme and Variation in Late Medieval French Poetry. Stanford University Press. 1990. 357pp.
Stamos Metzidakis (editor). Understanding French Poetry: Essays for a New Millennium. Summa Publications. 2001. 310pp.
Gary D. Mole. Beyond the Limit-Experience: French Poetry of the Deportation, 1940-1945. Peter Lang. 2002. 228pp.
Frederic O. Musser. Strange Clamor: A Guide to the Critical Reading of French Poetry. Wayne State University Press. 1965. 265pp.
Carol de Dobay Rifelj. Word and Figure: The Language of Nineteenth-Century French Poetry. Ohio State University Press. 1987. 206pp.
Maria Rubins. Crossroad of Arts, Crossroad of Cultures: Ecphrasis in Russian and French Poetry. Macmillan. 2000. 302pp.
Gretchen Schultz. The Gendered Lyric: Subjectivity and Difference in Nineteenth-century French Poetry. Purdue University Press. 1999. 334pp.
Clive Scott. Channel Crossings: French and English Poetry in Dialogue, 1550-2000. European Humanities Research Centre. 2002. 276pp.
C. S. Shapley. Studies in French Poetry of the Fifteenth Century. Martinus Nijhoff. 1970. 185pp.
Mary Lewis Shaw. The Cambridge Introduction to French Poetry. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 226pp.
Karen R. Sorsby. Representations of the Body in French Renaissance Poetry. Peter Lang. 1999. 136pp.
Richard Stamelman. Lost Beyond Telling: Representations of Death and Absence in Modern French Poetry. Cornell University Press. 1990. 291pp.
Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile
Copyright ©2009 Soylent Communications