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Key words: Mallarme (ANY of these words -- matching substrings)
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Elizabeth N. Emery
Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ 07043-1699)
FB-52459-06
Collecting French Writers: Photojournalism, Fame, and the Birth of the "Author House"

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Project fields: French Language
Program: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent Scholars
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $40,000 (approved); $40,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 7/1/2006 – 6/30/2007

Anna Sigridur Arnar
Minnesota State University, Moorhead (Moorhead, MN 56563-0001)
FB-50364-04
Facets: The Book in the Work of Stephane Mallarme

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Project fields: Art History and Criticism
Program: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent Scholars
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $40,000 (approved); $40,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 6/1/2005 – 5/31/2006

Rosemary H. Lloyd
Indiana University, Bloomington (Bloomington, IN 47405)
FA-34584-97
Addressing Symbolism: Mallarme and His Circle

No project description available

Project fields: French Literature
Program: Fellowships for University Teachers
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $30,000 (approved); $30,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/1998 – 12/31/1998

Wayne State University (Detroit, MI 48201-1347)
Richard Vernier (Project Director, 04/03/1990 - present)
FV-21203-90
The Craft of French Verse: Hugo, Verlaine, and Mallarme

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Project fields: French Literature
Program: Seminars for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $55,279 (approved); $47,307 (awarded)
Grant period: 10/1/1990 – 9/30/1991


Unknown institution
FA-003379-79
A Study in Depth of Mallarme's IGITUR

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Project fields:
Program: Fellowships for University Teachers
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $20,000 (approved); $20,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/1979 – 1/1/1980


University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA 94720-1501)
FA-001179-79
Mallarme and Modernism

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Project fields:
Program: Fellowships for University Teachers
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $20,000 (approved); $20,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 7/1/1979 – 6/30/1980

Edward J. Ahearn
Brown University (Providence, RI 02912-0001)
FA-11764-77
Rimbaud, A Comparative Study

An inclusive, thematic and comparative approach to Rimbaud relating the detail of his work to the large concerns of poetry in the 19th and 20th centuries through sustained comparison with writers like Blake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Holderlin, Hugo, Baudelaire, Mallarme, Breton and Yeats.

Project fields: Comparative Literature; French Literature
Program: Fellowships for University Teachers
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $10,904 (approved); $10,904 (awarded)
Grant period: 7/1/1977 – 6/30/1978

Carol A. Barko
Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH 44074-1099)
FB-12670-75
The Dynamics of Time and Space in Symbolist and Post-Symbolist Poetry

Study will develop different approaches to the language of time and space as an expression of the dynamics of consciousness. An general distinction will be made among poets whose aim it is to create a mental time and space with its inner dialectic which manifested in the transcendence of human time and space, and those who communicate the will of the poet as homo-faber, he who works to endow language with the power to transform the exterior world and human experience and history. Poets studied will be Mallarme, Supervielle, Char, Saint-John Perse and Michaux.

Project fields: French Literature
Program: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent Scholars
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $14,000 (approved); $14,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 6/1/1975 – 9/30/1976

Paul N. West
Unknown institution
FT-12352-75
Impossibility

To examine various simulacra of the impossible as found in^orks by such writers as De Quincey, Mallarme, Wallace Stevens, Valery, Beckett. Such writers in trying to do the impossible, rehearse themselves, and us, for a universe that is inadequately summed up in the phrase 'the absurd. To juxtapose the impossible subject (science at its farthest reach) with the impossible object (art at its).

Project fields: Comparative Literature
Program: Summer Stipends
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $2,000 (approved); $2,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 5/1/1975 – 6/30/1975

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305)
Robert Cohn (Project Director, 03/01/1970 - present)
RO-10529-70
A book on Arthur Rimbaud

Study of the complete works of Rimbaud; meets difficulties of interpretation head-on as it proposes the first "word by word" study of Rimbaud ABSTRACT: Study of complete worlds of Rimbaud, meets difficulties of interpretation head-on a proposes first "word by word" study of Rimbaud. Method one of totaly responsibility to text; approach is integral and phenomenological, i.e., complete open-mindedness plus synthetic view which sees every element in a life, life-work as connected, ideally and theoretically. Study begins with a 60-page introduction, outlining method, overall approach and giving synthetic view of Rimbaud's temperament and career. Then each poem, in chronological order, treated seperately and in light of total approach. Proposes variety of critical methods; creative condition proper (reliving a given deep experirence); anthropological (few poets have equalled Rimbaud's capacity to generate modern myth); political (numerous revolutionary poems); or purely aesthetic. Of all 19th century French poets, Rimbaud considered most relevant to our times; today's youth powerfully to him, thus, understanding of his psychology, vision, art can be help to understanding contemporary times. Author's four books on Mallarme, using same method and approach, recognized by authorities as "opening new era" in Mallarme criticism. Proposes to do same for Rimbaud. Funds for travel abroad, salary.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Basic Research
Division: Research Programs
Total amounts: $7,846 (approved); $7,846 (awarded)
Grant period: 3/1/1970 – 9/30/1970

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