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Nineteenth Century French Studies

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Suppl Ment Aux Oeuvres Compl Tes

Author by : Paul Claudel
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Uvres Compl Tes

Author by : Marcel Proust
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Friends And Enemies

Author by : Chris Bongie
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Description : This timely contribution to debates about the future of postcolonial theory explores the troubled relationship between politics and the discipline, both in the sense of the radical political changes associated with the anti-colonial struggle and the implication of literary writers in institutional discourses of power. Using Haiti as a key example, Chris Bongie explores issues of commemoration and commodification of the post/colonial by pairing early nineteenth-century Caribbean texts with contemporary works. An apt volume for an age that struggles with the reality of memories of anti-colonial resistance, Friends and Enemies is a provocative take on postcolonial scholarship.


Poetics Of The Pretext

Author by : Roland-François Lack
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Description : Poetics of the Pretext is an original study of the French poet Lautréamont (1846-1870), who was rediscovered by the Surrealists in the 1920s and promoted to the vanguard of theoretical debate by the 'Telquelists' of the 1960s, but whose work has remained largely ignored or misinterpreted beyond a small circle of enthusiasts. Poetics of the Pretext analyses closely the texts, pretexts and intertexts of this innovative poet, bringing Les Chants de Maldoror and Poésies to the foreground of contemporary critical debates around poetics, genre, intertextuality and influence. This book will make a major contribution to our understanding not only of the work of Lautréamont but also to the function of originality, imitation and plagiarism in the nineteenth century.


Writer And Public In France

Author by : John Lough
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Publisher by : Oxford [Eng.] : Clarendon Press
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