Roman-charogne  

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The roman-charogne is a French literary genre of the 19th century.

Of it Théophile Gautier wrote in 1834, in the preface to Mademoiselle de Maupin : "À côté du roman moyen âge verdissait le roman-charogne, genre de roman très agréable, et dont les petites-maîtresses nerveuses et les cuisinières blasées faisaient une très grande consommation."

See also

References

  • The Cambridge companion to gothic fiction by Jerrold E. Hogle
  • La crise spirituelle de 1830-1835: le roman-charogne (1989) by Emmanuelle Goriou




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