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									Suzanne R. Pucci PUBLICATIONS I. Books: Sites of the Spectator: Emerging Literary and Cultural Practice in Eighteenth-Century France. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, Oxford University: l'Institut et musée Voltaire/The Voltaire Foundation, 2001. 202 pp. Jane Austen and Co: Remaking the Past in Contemporary Culture. Co-Editor with James Thompson, State University of New York Press, January 2003), 280 pp. Diderot and a Poetics of Science, Peyre Institute for the Humanities, CUNY Interdisciplinary Series "Reading Plus," ed. Mary Ann Caws (New York: Peter Lang, 1986), 161+ v pages. II. Edited Volumes: Esthetics of Intimacy/Esthétiques de l’intime, co-edited with Elisabeth Arnould, L’Esprit Créateur, (Spring 2004), 120 pp. Diderot in the Wake of Modern Critical Thought, special issue edited for Diderot Bicentennial, L'Esprit Créateur, XXIV, 1 (Spring 1984), 128 pp. III. Chapters in Books "Watteau and Theater: Moveable fêtes," Antoine Watteau: Perspectives on the Artist and The culture of his Time, ed. Mary D. Sheriff (Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 2006, 106-122. “Patriarcat et domesticité dans les Lettres persanes de Montesquieu,” Sciences, musiques, lumières:Hommage à A. -M. Chouillet, ed. Dr Ulla Kölving, Directeur de recherches, Centre international d'étude du XVIIIe siècle, Ferney-Voltaire, Published by the Centre, 2002, 269-279. “The Return Home,” in Jane Austen and Co: Remaking the Past. in Contemporary Culture, co-edited by Suzanne R. Pucci and James Thompson (Albany New York: State University of New York Press, January 2003), 133-155. “The Discrete Charms of the Exotic: Fictions of the Harem in EighteenthCentury France," in Exoticism in the Enlightenment, eds. Roy Porter and George Rousseau (Manchester England: University of Manchester Press,1990), 145-75. "Letters from the Harem: Veiled Figures of Writing in Montesquieu's Lettres persanes," in Writing the Female Voice: Essays on Epistolary Literature, ed. Elizabeth Goldsmith (Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1989), 114-35. "Candide and Distortion in the Age of Reason," in Approaches to Teaching World Literature: Voltaire's Candide, Series ed. Joseph Gibaldi; vol. ed., Renée Waldinger (N.Y.: Modern Language Association of America, 1987), 58-64. Translation: "The Administrative System and the State in France: Interpreting Policy Developments and Administrative Changes," Gerard Timsit, in Public Administration in World Perspective, eds. O.P. Dwivedi and K. Henderson (Ames Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1990), 148-70.

IV. Articles in Refereed Journals “Snapshots of the Family in the French eighteenth Century: The Case of Paul et Virginie,” Eighteenth-Century Culture, vol. 37, Spring 2008, 124-149. “Tartuffe in Text and Performance 2000: A Blueprint for Collaboration,” The French Review, vol 78, n. 4 (March 2005), 22-42. “Snapshots of the Family: Picture Perfect,” in Esthetics of Intimacy/ Esthétiques de l’intime. L’Esprit Créateur (Spring 2004), 68-82. "Tableau and Tabloid in Marivaux's Le Spectateur français," Yale French Studies, spec. issue on Exploring the Conversible World: Text and Sociability from the Classical Age to the Enlightenment, ed. Elena Russo, (1997), no. 92: 149-70. "The Nature of Sibling Incest and Domestic Intimacy in Diderot's Le Fils naturel," Eighteenth-Century Studies, 30. 3 (1997): 271-87. "Diderot and the Essay," in Encyclopedia of the Essay, ed. Tracy Chevalier, (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997), 219-20. "The Currency of Exchange in Beaumarchais' Mariage de Figaro: From the 'Master Trope' Synecdoche to Fetish," in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 25. 1 (Fall 1991): 57-84. “The Curency of Exchange, reprinted in Beaumarchais, Literature Criticism from 1400-1800, Gale Group, 2001, vol. 61. ISBN: 0-7876-4679-2. "'Ceci n'est pas...' Negative Framing in Diderot and Magritte," Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 20. 3 (Summer 1987): 1-15. "Orientalism and Representations of Exteriority in Montesquieu's Lettres persanes," Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 26. 3 (Fall 1985): 263-79. "The Art, Nature and Fiction of Diderot's Beholder," Stanford French Review VIII (Fall 1984): 273-94. "Vision and the 'I' of the Beholder," in L"Esprit Créateur XXIV. 1 (Spring 1984): 108-22. "Metamorphosis and Metaphor in Diderot's Rêve de D'Alembert: Pygmalion Materialized," Symposium (Winter 1981-82): 225-40.


								
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