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Wordsworth: The French Connection

20-21 Avril 2017, Salle Dussane et salle des Actes

Paris Symposium of the London-Paris Romanticism Seminar

Admission to the Symposium is free, and no pre-registration is
necessary. For further information, contact info@londonparisromantic.com

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 20 April:
13h30: Welcome and registration
13h45: Presentation London-Paris Romanticism Seminar (Marc Porée, Paris
director/ David Duff, London director)
Presentation SERA (Caroline Bertonèche, President)
CHAIR: Jean-Marie Fournier
14h: PLENARY (1)
Le romantisme français et l’Angleterre du XIXè siècle: une filiation inavouable
Pr. Alain Vaillant (Université Paris Ouest – Nanterre)
15h: COFFEE BREAK
CHAIR: David Duff
15h30:
Returning, Retrieving, Revising: Wordsworth’s Life Writing as Wiederholungszwang (repetition urge)
Pr. Christoph Bode (LMU Munich)
16h15:
Imagining the Difference: Prefigurations of Poststructuralism in The Prelude
Pr. Martin Prochazka (Charles University, Prague)
17h:
Translating Wordsworth into French
Pr. Marc Porée (ENS Ulm, Paris)
17h45: Refreshments
18h-19h: ROUND TABLE on The Prelude (French books, French translations…)



FRIDAY 21 April:
8h30: Welcome and registration
CHAIR: Laurent Folliot
9h: PLENARY (2)
“I took fire”: Wordsworth’s Sonnet War with France, 1802-1820
Pr. Simon Bainbridge (Lancaster University)
10h:
“Back turned, arms folded!”: Wordsworth’s Late Sonnets and the French
Revolution Revised
Christy Edwall (New College, Oxford University)
10h45: COFFEE BREAK
CHAIR: Marc Porée
11h15:
“Dreadful Satisfactions”: Literature, Sex and Revolutionary Violence in Wordsworth’s Letter to the Bishop of Llandaff
Pr. David Duff (Queen Mary, University of London)
12h:
Wordsworth and France, 1790-1924 and Beyond: A History of Incomprehension?
Dr. Laurent Folliot (Université Paris-Sorbonne)
12h45: Closing remarks
13h: End of conference

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