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It is no wonder that the existence of Gisele d'Estoc should have been called into question: in many ways, she seems to have sprung straight out of Barbey d'Aurevilly's forehead, sword in hand.
Gisele d'Estoc's flamboyantly theatrical love life led to spectacular acts of transgression and revenge.
For all her notoriety, however, d'Estoc remains strangely hidden.
De Gisele d'Estoc a la jeune Mlle Bogdanoff, en passant par Marie Bashkirtseff et de nombreuses autres inconnues, Maupassant pratique, dans ses lettres aux lectrices, une rhetorique de la seduction.
"Maupassant et Gisele d'Estoc: a Warning." Modern Language Notes 67.4 (1952): 251-53.
"Du nouveau de nouveau sur Gisele d'Estoc." Histoires litteraires 4.16 (2003): 77-84.
(7) Melanie Hawthorne discusses d'Estoc's volume, La Vierge-reclame (Paris: Librairie Richelieu, 1887), and the circumstances surrounding it in Rachilde and French Women's Authorship: From Decadence to Modernism (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2001) 121-25.
Gonzalez-Davila, 2007: The interannual variability of oceanic CO2 parameters in the northeast Atlantic subtropical gyre at the ESTOC site.