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Brooks, W., 2012. Revivals of Racine at the Guénégaud Theater. In: Kennedy, A. and Tobin, R. W., eds. Changing Perspectives: Studies on Racine in Honor of John Campbell. Charlottesville, VA: Rookwood Press, pp. 123-132.

Brooks, W., 2011. La Topographie urbaine dans l'Amant indiscret de Quinault. In: Clarke, J., Pasquier, P. and Phillips, H., eds. La Ville en scène en France et en Europe, 1552-1709. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang, pp. 159-174.

Yarrow, P. J. and Brooks, W., 2010. Memoirs of Mademoiselle de Montpensier (La Grande Mademoiselle). Vol. 1. London: MHRA. (MHRA New Translations)

Brooks, W., 2010. Woman of parts: Marie le Bailleul, marquise d’Huxelles (1626-1712). In: Scott, P., ed. Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity in the Republic of Letters. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 93-106. (Durham Modern Languages Series)

Brooks, W., 2009. Jodelet and Les Précieuses ridicules: performance, farce, and meaning. In: Carr, T. and Ganim, R., eds. Origines: Actes du 39e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature, Lincoln, NE. Tübingen: Narr Francke, pp. 55-66.

Brooks, W. and Probes, C., 2009. Madame Palatine, Mignard, and Louis XIV: From innocence and happiness to eavesdropping and embarrassment. In: Carr, T. and Ganim, R., eds. Origines: Actes du 39e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature, Lincoln, NE. Tübingen: Narr Francke, pp. 259-271.

Brooks, W., 2009. Philippe Quinault, Dramatist. Vol. 6. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang. (Medieval and Early Modern French Studies)

Brooks, W., 2009. Philippe Quinault, Thomas Corneille, and contrasting approaches to common dramatic material: Stratonice and Antiochus. In: Southwood, J. and Bourque, B., eds. French Seventeenth-Literature: Influences and Transformations. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang, pp. 21-37. (Volume 7 of Medieval and early modern French studies)

Brooks, W., 2007. Artists' images and the self-descriptions of Elisabeth Charlotte, Duchess of Orleans (1652-1722), the Second Madame. Representations of a Royal Princess in the time of Louis XIV and the Regency. Lewiston, NY., Queenston, Ont., and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., 2007. From bawdy to devotional. In: Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., eds. Religion, Ethics, and History in the French Long Seventeenth Century. Vol. 3. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang, pp. 7-14. (Medieval and Early Modern French Studies - Band 3)

Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., 2007. New lamps for old. In: Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., eds. Theatre, Fiction, and Poetry in the French Long Seventeenth Century. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang, pp. 7-14.

Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., eds., 2007. Religion, Ethics, and History in the French Long Seventeenth Century. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang. (Volume 3 of Medieval and early modern French studies)

Brooks, W. and Zaiser, R., eds., 2007. Theatre, Fiction, and Poetry in the French Long Seventeenth Century. Vol. 2. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang. (Medieval and Early Modern French studies)

Brooks, W. and Norman, B., 2006. Critical and analytical chronology of opera performances in Paris and at court from 1655 to 1687. Versailles: Éditions du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles.

Brooks, W., 2006. Le livret de Vénus & Adonis de Jean-Baptiste Rousseau. In: Duron, J. and Ferraton, Y., eds. Vénus & Adonis, tragédie en musique de Henry Desmarest (1697): livret, étude et commentaires. Liège: Mardaga, pp. 127-132.

Brooks, W. and Pope, L., 2006. Marie le Bailleul, marquise d'Huxelles. In: Dictionnaire des Femmes de l'ancienne France. Paris: SIEFAR, p. 7.

Brooks, W., 2006. Nostalgia in the letters of the second Madame, Elisabeth Charlotte. Cahiers du 17e, 10, pp. 1-17.

Brooks, W., 2006. Typologie des personnages de Vénus & Adonis. In: Duron, J. and Ferraton, Y., eds. Vénus & Adonis, tragédie en musique de Henry Desmarest (1697): livret, étude et commentaires. Liège: Mardaga, pp. 63-64.

Brooks, W. and Norman, B., 2005. Chronologie analytique et critique des représentations d'opéra à Paris et à la cour. Part I: 'Des origines à la mort de Lully (1650-1687)'. Versailles: Centre de Musique Baroque.

Brooks, W., 2005. Elisabeth Charlotte, Madame Palatine. In: Dictionnaire des Femmes de l'ancienne France. Paris: SIEFAR, p. 7.

Brooks, W., 2005. Madame de Saintonge et ses livrets: Didon et Circé. In: Duron, J. and Ferraton, Y., eds. Henry Desmarest (1661-1741). Exils d'un musicien dans l'Europe du Grand Siècle. Liège: Mardaga, pp. 193-205.

Pope, L. and Brooks, W., 2004. Letters (1694-1700) of François de Callières to the Marquise d'Huxelles. Lewiston, NY, Queenston, Ont, and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Brooks, W. and Campion, E. J., 2004. Pausanias, Philippe Quinault, édition critique. Geneva: Droz.

Brooks, W., 2004. Preface. In: Pope, L. and Brooks, W., eds. Letters (1694-1700) of François de Callières to the Marquise d'Huxelles. Lewiston, NY, Queenston, Ont, and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, vii-xx.

Brooks, W., 2003. Antigone. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. I. Los Angeles: Salem Press, 53+.

Brooks, W., 2003. Cinna. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. I. Los Angeles: Salem Press, 209+.

Brooks, W., 2003. Mithridates. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. II. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 750-751.

Brooks, W., 2003. Philippe Quinault, l'Amant Indiscret, ou le maistre estourdi. Liverpool: University of Liverpool. (Liverpool On-line Series)

Brooks, W., 2003. The Bald Soprano. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. I. Los Angeles: Salem Press, 85+.

Brooks, W., 2003. The Barber of Seville. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. I. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 87-88.

Brooks, W., 2003. The Flies. In: Schuman, R. B., ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Places. Vol. I. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 412-413.

Brooks, W., 2002. Intervalles, entractes, and intermèdes in the Paris theatre. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 24, pp. 107-125.

Brooks, W., 2001. Armand de Bourbon, marquis de Miremont, and his relations in France and England. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 23, pp. 187-205.

Brooks, W., 2001. Decrypting the chronology of early French opera. In: Tomlinson, P., ed. French Classical Theatre Today: teaching, research, performance. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 39-52.

Brooks, W., 2001. Racine; or, the Triumph of Irrelevance. In: Tobin, R. W., ed. Racine et/ou le classicisme. Paris, Seattle, Tübingen: Gunter Narr, pp. 265-274.

Brooks, W., 2000. Quinault and La Mère coquette. In: Connon, D. and Evans, G., eds. Essays on French Comic Drama from the 1640s to the 1780s. Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles etc: Peter Lang, pp. 43-54.

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 2000. Three Huguenots at the English court: Louis de Durfort and his nieces, Mlle de Malauze, a correspondent of Elisabeth Charlotte, duchesse d’Orléans, and Mlle de Roye, governess to the royal children. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 22, pp. 177-190.

Brooks, W., 1998. Perrin, Corneille, and the beginnings of French opera. In: Carlin, C., ed. Actes du 29e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature. Paris, Seattle, Tübingen: Gunter Narr, pp. 337-347.

Brooks, W., 1996. How Quinault uses political commonplaces. In: Cameron, K. C., ed. Ethics and Politics in Seventeenth-Century France. Exeter: Exeter University Press, pp. 211-222.

Brooks, W., 1996. Josias de Soulas, dit Floridor. In: Pickering, D., ed. Actors, Directors and Designers. Vol. III. Detroit, MI: St James Press, pp. 283-284. (The International Dictionary of Theatre)

Brooks, W., 1996. Julien Bedeau, dit Jodelet. In: Pickering, D., ed. Actors, Directors and Designers. Vol. III. Detroit, MI: St James Press, pp. 387-389. (The International Dictionary of Theatre)

Brooks, W., Goodbody, A., Smith, J. B. and Yarrow, P. J., 1996. Liselotte: Rauschenblattenknecht. German Life and Letters, 49 (4), pp. 405-421.

Brooks, W., 1996. Louis XIV's dismissal of the Italian actors: The episode of 'La Fausse Prude'. Modern Language Review, 91, pp. 840-847.

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 1996. The Dramatic Criticism of Elizabeth Charlotte, duchesse d’Orléans, with an annotated chronology of performances of the popular and court theatre in France (1671-1722), reconstructed from her letters. Lewiston, NY, Queenston, Ont, and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Brooks, W., 1996. The significance of engravings as examples of the personal iconography of the second Madame, Duchess of Orleans, 1671-1722. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 18, pp. 73-89.

Brooks, W., 1994. Mistrust and misconception: music and literature in seventeenth and eighteenth-century France. Acta Musicologica, 66 (1), pp. 22-30.

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 1994. A Note on La Champmeslé and Mlle Desmares. Theatre Research International, 19 (1), p. 67.

Brooks, W., Buford, N. and Morgan Zarucchi, J., eds., 1994. Alceste, Philippe Quinault, suivi de La Querelle d’Alceste. Anciens et modernes avant 1680. Textes de Ch. Perrault, Racine, et P. Perrault. Edition critique. Geneva: Droz. (Textes littéraires français)

Brooks, W., 1994. Georges de Scudéry. In: Hawkins-Dady, M., ed. Playwrights. Vol. II. Detroit, MI, & London: St James Press, pp. 861-863. (The International Dictionary of Theatre)

Brooks, W., 1994. Jean-François Regnard. In: Hawkins-Dady, M., ed. Playwrights. Vol. II. Detroit, MI, & London: St James Press, pp. 800-802. (The International Dictionary of Theatre)

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 1994. What Madame saw: some clues to the theatrical taste of 'la cour et la ville', 1671-1722. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 16, pp. 167-178.

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 1993. Observations sur la datation de quelques lettres de Madame, princesse palatine. XVIIe Siècle (Dix-Septième Siècle), 45 (1), pp. 131-138.

Brooks, W., 1993. Le Théâtre et l’opéra vus par les gazetiers Robinet et Laurent. Paris, Seattle, Tübingen: Biblio 17.

Brooks, W. and Yarrow, P. J., 1993. Neglected Evidence About the Actor Michel Baron (1653-1729). Theatre Research International, 18 (3), pp. 173-176.

Brooks, W., 1993. Seventeenth-century culture: Quinault and Lully resurgent. French Studies Bulletin, 47, pp. 17-19.

Brooks, W., 1992. From lazzi to acrobats: the court's taste after 1680. Cahiers du 17e, 6, pp. 45-53.

Brooks, W., 1991. Quinault Criticism, Boileau, and the Problem of Racine. In: Hilgar, M. F., ed. Théorie dramatique, Théophile de Viau, Les Contes de fées. Paris, Seattle, Tübingen: Biblio 17, pp. 37-48.

Brooks, W. and Campion, E. J., eds., 1990. Bellérophon, Philippe Quinault, édition critique. Geneva: Droz. (Textes littéraires français)

Brooks, W., 1990. Cocteau - La Machine infernale. In: Magill, F. N., ed. A Critical Survery of Twentieth-Century Drama. Vol. II. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 846-851.

Brooks, W., 1989. Cyril Hare. In: Magill, F. M., ed. A Critical Survey of Detective Fiction. Vol. II. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 841-846.

Brooks, W., 1989. Emile Gaboriau. In: Magill, F. N., ed. A Critical Survey of Detective Fiction. Vol. II. Los Angeles: Salem Press, pp. 680-686.

Brooks, W., 1989. Further Remarks on Lully and Quinault at Court. Seventeenth-Century French Studies

Brooks, W. S., 1989. Theatrical Success and the Chronology of Productions at the Hôtel de Bourgogne - New Evidence from Racine and Quinault. Theatre Survey, 30 (1-2), pp. 35-44.

Brooks, W., 1988. Bibliographie critique du théâtre de Quinault. Paris, Seattle, Tübingen: Biblio 17.

Brooks, W. S., 1988. Lully and Quinault at Court and on the Public Stage, 1673-86. Seventeenth-Century French Studies

Brooks, W. S., 1987. A note on Edouard Thierry, Molière, and La Grange. Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 9, pp. 131-132.

Brooks, W., 1986. Boileau and an 'annonce' by Rosidor at the Marais. French Studies Bulletin, 21, pp. 6-7.

Brooks, W. S., 1986. Chappuzeau and the Orateur - a Question of Accuracy. Modern Language Review, 81, pp. 305-317.

Brooks, W. S., 1986. Harangue or Dialogue - the Publicity of the Orateurs on the French Stage, 1634-1673. Seventeenth-Century French Studies

Brooks, W., 1985. Has Trissotin been misjudged? (Molière and Les Femmes savantes). Modern Languages: the Journal of the Association for Language Learning, 66, pp. 27-36.

Brooks, W. S., 1985. A Cross Word on Robbe-Grillet's 'Djinn'. Quinquereme-New Studies in Modern Languages, 8 (2), pp. 196-202.

Brooks, W. S., 1985. Reflections on Seventeenth-Century Verse Affiches. Theatre Research International, 10 (3), pp. 199-213.

Brooks, W., 1984. Challes's friend Boscheron, a compulsive biographer of Quinault: preliminary remarks on a manuscript in the Brequigny collection. French Studies Bulletin, 13, pp. 6-8.

Mason, J. and Brooks, W. S., 1984. Musset, "Gamiani", and Paul Alexis. Quinquereme-New Studies in Modern Languages, 7 (1), pp. 74-76.

Brooks, W., 1984. The nouveau roman as trap. In: Yarrow, R., ed. Nouveau Roman Handbook. Norwich: University of East Anglia, pp. 40-46.

Brooks, W., 1983. Regnard's Incompetence (Le Légataire universel). French Studies Bulletin, 7, pp. 6-9.

Brooks, W., 1981. Nouveau Roman? Old Hat. (Chapeau!). Quinquereme-New Studies in Modern Languages, 4 (2), pp. 234-245.

Brooks, W., 1978. Theatre and Society: the potential audience of Parisian theatres in the last two decades of the seventeenth century. Quinquereme-New Studies in Modern Languages, 1 (1), pp. 33-42.

Brooks, W., 1978. Quand le livre devient poche: a review article. Quaerendo, 8, pp. 355-358.

Brooks, W., 1977. Boffrand, Boscheron, and Biographies of Quinault. Nottingham French Studies, 16 (1), pp. 19-28.

Brooks, W., 1977. Early eighteenth-century editions of Pavillon - a note on editorship [Boscheron]. Quaerendo, 7, pp. 311-315.

Brooks, W. S., 1977. Polyeucte's Martyrdom - 'Une Autre Explication'. Modern Language Review, 72 (4), pp. 802-810.

Brooks, W., 1976. The Masterpiece that brought an era to an end [Racine's Phèdre and Quinault's Isis]. Times Higher Education Supplement

Brooks, W., 1974. The tradition of Timocrate and the history of the Marais theatre in 1657. Modern Language Review, The, 69 (1), pp. 56-63.

Brooks, W., 1973. The Théâtre du Marais, Quinault's Comédie sans comédie, and Thomas Corneille's Illustres ennemis. French Studies

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