Frappier-Mazur, Lucienne

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FRAPPIER-MAZUR, Lucienne

FRAPPIER-MAZUR, Lucienne. French, b. 1932. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, assistant professor, 1962-71, associate professor, 1971-79, member of Graduate Group in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, 1979-, professor of French, 1979-96, associate director of French Institute, 1995-96, professor emerita, 1996-. Visiting professor at University of California, Santa Barbara, 1987, Yale University, 1989, and Universite Paris VII, 1991; lecturer at colleges and universities throughout the US. Publications: L'Expression metaphorique dans La Comedie humaine, 1976; (ed. and author of intro. and notes) H. de Balzac, Les Chouans, La Comedie humaine, 1977; Sade et l'ecriture de l'orgie: Pouvoir et parodie dans L'Histoire de Juliette, 1991, trans. as Writing the Orgy: Power and Parody in Sade, 1996; (ed. with M. Donaldson-Evans and G. Prince) Autobiography, Historiography, Rhetoric: A Festschrift in Honor of Frank Paul Bowman, 1994. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Dept of Romance Languages, 521 Williams Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]