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Romanic Review 101.3 – May 2010

SPECIAL ISSUE: 20th Century Fiction


J. Brown, “Au feu de ce qui fut brûlé ce qui sera”: Louis Aragon and the Subversive Medieval

Colin Davis, Camus’s Skeptical Trial: From La Mort heureuse to L’Etranger

Daniel Just, Aesthetics of Blankness: Political Imagination in Marguerite Duras’s Hybrid Narratives

Christelle Reggiani, “Le Mystère dans les lettres” : Pragmatiques oulipiennes du secret

Anne Claire Gignoux, La Maladie mortelle : Le Neveu de Wittgenstein de Thomas Bernhard et À l’ami qui ne m’a pas sauvé la vie d’Hervé Guibert.

Martin Munro, Rhythms, History, and Memory in Edouard Glissant’s Le Quatrième siècle

James T. Chiampi, The Exemplary Chaim Rumkowski in Primo Levi’s “La zona grigia” 
Emer O’Beirne, Marc Augé’s Theoretical Fictions

Patrick Bray, The “Debris of Experience”: the Cinema of Marcel Proust and Raoul Ruiz
Nathalie Morello, La Vie sexuelle de Catherine M.: A Case of Personal Truth or Creative Dare?

Thérèse Migraine-George, De Traversée de la mangrove à Histoire de la femme cannibale: L'Art comme arme miraculeuse chez Maryse Condé

Jean Duffy, Silence, Talk and Voice in the Ritual Encounter: François Bon’s L’Enterrement and Laurent Mauvignier’s Loin d’eux

Susan Carvalho, Garcia Márquez’s Journalism and the Gestation of El Otoño del patriarca

Robert A. Rushing, « Tutto è zuppa! »: Making the Superego Enjoy in Calvino’s Il cavaliere inesistente

BOOK REVIEWS

Claudie Bernard. Penser la famille au XIXe siècle (1789-1870). (NICHOLAS WHITE)

Pierre-Marc de Biasi. Gustave Flaubert: Une manière spéciale de vivre. (JENNIFER YEE)

Jean-Louis Jeannelle (ed.), Fictions d’histoire littéraire and Roger Fayolle, Comment la littérature nous arrive. Ed. by Jacques Bersani, Michel Collot, Yves Jeanneret and Philippe Régnier (SOTIRIOS PARASCHAS)

Philippe Lejeune.  On Diary. Eds. Jeremy D. Popkin and Julie Rak. Trans. Katherine Durnin. (LORRY PERRY)

Gayle Zachmann. Frameworks for Mallarmé: The Photo and the Graphic of an Interdisciplinary Aesthetic. (ELIZABETH EMORY)

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