Marivaux's Presence in Desvignes' Fiction


  • Jerry L. Curtis


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Jerry L. Curtis

Jerry L. Curtis is Associate Professor of French and Italian at The Ohio State University in Newark and Chair of the Center for Studies on Lucette Desvignes. He recently published Lucette Desvignes sur le chemin de la vendange (Précy-sous-Thil: Éditions de 1'Armançon, 2004) and edited Le Journal indien (Précy-sous-Thil: Éditions de l'Armançon, 2003) - a book of the poetry of Lucette Desvignes accompanying 106 miniatures of French painter Michel Dufour - and Telling It Like It Was: Seven Short Stories and a Modern Tale, ed., Vol. 1 (Columbus: The Ohio State University Printing Facility, 2003). He translated a collection of plays, A Translation of Three Plays by Lucette Desvignes: Eurydice, Eurydice, Strange Encounters, and Marsas, or the Rebellious Flautist (New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002) and, at present, is completing a second volume of translated short stories of Lucette Desvignes in anticipation of their being published in a bilingual textbook.