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  1. "His Life, His Works": Some Observations On Literary Biography.Georges May & Jeanne Ferguson - 1987 - Diogenes 35 (139):28-48.
    For some time it has been fashionable in literary circles to reject what is called scornfully the biographical method. It was inevitable. No mode lasts forever. Sooner or later, there is a change. This method was the law for too long. It had no rival. Under its tutelage the motto for teaching literature was “the man, his work”. It was by its authority that students were taught that La Fontaine was in charge of waterways and forests and master of the (...)
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    One Way and in Both Directions: Considerations on Imaginary Voyages.Georges May - 1990 - Diogenes 38 (152):1-18.
    Did the first men dream their voyages before making them? Or did they have to first take to the sea so as to be able to later embark on the ship of their imagination and thus embroider on accounts of their journeys? Is it the prestige of the dream that spurred them on to run the risk of translating it into a real experience? Or is it the account of authentic voyages that supported that of imaginary voyages? These are questions (...)
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  3. Rousseau Par Lui-Même.Georges May & Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1961 - Éditions du Seuil.
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    Discussion Edited with an Introduction.Frederick A. Spear, Georges May, John Pappas, Aram Vartanian & Herbert Dieckmann - 1973 - Diderot Studies 17:65 - 106.
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    Les Mille et une nuits d'Antoine Galland ou le chef-d'oeuvre invisible.Fedwa Walti-Douglas & Georges May - 1991 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (1):196.
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