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Errata.

In NCFS 37.1--2 (Fall-Winter 2008--2009) the wrong abstract was attributed to the article by Marc Smeets, "Osmaz6mes (Huysmans)."

Professor Smeets's abstract should read:

It is generally known that in J.-K. Huysmans, the fascination with concentrates appears in two semantic fields: in nutrition and in aesthetics. To that, in our view, may be added a third: religion. Through a process we have dubbed "a reduction to the essence," we argue that the osmaz6me alluded to in A rebours, the ptomaine mentioned in En rade, and the sacred essences discussed in Sainte Lydwine de Schiedam and La Cathedrale express in dialectical terms Huysmans's fascination with an authentic presence. (MS) (In French)

This correction is reflected on the journal website, http://ncfs.unl.edu/

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Publication:Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Article Type:Correction notice
Date:Mar 22, 2009
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