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The Classic Short Story, 1870-1925

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Florence Goyet

Acknowledgements

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1This book is a fully revised and updated translation, by Yvonne Freccero and Florence Goyet, of La Nouvelle, 1870-1925: description d’un genre à son apogée (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1993), which sold out in 2012.

2For their encouragement and advice over the years, I am very grateful to Pierre Brunel, Lionel Gossman, Vladimir Kataev, Guido Baldi, Michel Cadot, Peter Por, Béatrice Didier, Thierry Maré, Simone Bonnassieux, Odile Dussud, Kato Masako and Gregory McNamee, as well as the late Elisabeth Shaw, Jean-Jacques Origas and Kato Shuichi. I am indebted to the University of Grenoble-Alpes, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), and the Fondation Thiers for giving me the research time to write this book, and to Princeton University and the University of Wisconsin at Madison for their Visiting Fellowships. I thank my research team, Rhétorique de l’Antiquité à la Révolution (RARE), for the grant they gave me. I would also like to thank the librarians at the Institut d’études slaves and Bibliothèque nationale de France (especially M. Jean Watelet) for their assistance in finding materials. For their help with the translation, my sincerest thanks go to my translator Yvonne Freccero, my editor Corin Throsby and Open Book Publishers.