Vol. 17, Issue 1, Spring 2023

Renovatio, Recettes, Renaissances: Essays in Honor of Jean-Claude Carron
Editor-in-Chief: Bob Hudson
Guest Editor: Christopher M. Flood

Passer les cols: Personal Reflections on the Career of an Exemplary Mentor, Jean-Claude Carron
Bob Hudson, Brigham Young University

Celebrating a True Renaissance Man: Jean-Claude Carron
Christopher M. Flood, Brigham Young University

Du Bellay and Marot: Imitation, Creation, Destruction
Hassan Melehy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Desportes, Di Costanzo, and the Disproportionate Simile
JoAnn DellaNeva, University of Notre Dame

To Cook, Perchance to Dream: Recipes for Reverie in Early Modern France
Timothy J. Tomasik, Valparaiso University

Walking with Robert Walser
Mary McKinley, University of Virginia

La Parole textile de Marie Stuart en captivité (1568–87)
François Rigolot, Princeton University

Eros and Authority: Rereading Pontus de Tyard’s Solitaires
Cathy Yandell, Carleton College

Ethos, Habit, and Class in Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron
Scott Francis, University of Pennsylvania

Dealing with Dido: Poetry and History
Marian Rothstein, Carthage College

Rabelaisian Satire and the Conciliation of the Satyre Ménippée
Bruce Hayes, University of Kansas

“A verboradical demonstration”: À propos de deux imitateurs anglophones de Rabelais au XVIIe siècle
Bernd Renner, City University of New York

The Devourer Devoured: Curiosity and Time in Bonaventure des Périers’s Prognostication des prognostications
Raphaëlle Burns, University of California, Los Angeles

Outreach/Public Humanities

Expanding the Canon: Madagascar, Malagasy Ritual and Literature from the Indian Ocean

La “fortune” de la littérature malgache : entretien avec Liliane Ramarosoa
Manfa Sanogo, Kalamazoo College

Review of Maurice Rabemanantsoa’s Le Famadihana et la résurrection des morts
Manfa Sanogo, Kalamazoo College


Review of Mark Polizzotti’s translation of Arthur Rimbaud, The Drunken Boat, Selected Writings
Bob Hudson, Brigham Young University

Review of Jean-Marie and Arnaud Larrieu’s musical comedy Tralala
Bob Hudson, Brigham Young University