For a wide ranging presentation of this new approach Albert Lord's Singer of Tales, Cambridge, Mass., 1960.
Thérèse Raquin, ed. H. Mitterand, París (Garnier-Flammarion), 1970, p. 68.
Op. cit., vol. I, p. 22.
Les Rougon-Macquart («La Pléiade»), París, 1960-1964, ed. H. Mitterand, vol. I, p. 724.
Ibid., p. 724.
Vol. V, p. 135.
Op. cit., pp. 815 y 817.
The Works of Charles Dickens (P. F. Collier and Son), New York, s.d., part. I, p. 222.
Op. cit., vol. III, p. 7. All throughout the novel, Octave seems to specialize in visual encounters with feminine neighbors and future mistresses. However it is, of course, the emphasis on the location (stairway, landing, and open door) that makes this particular situation seem more significant.
Ibid., vol. I, p. 663.