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Yale French Studies, Special Issue: After the Age of Suspicion
Charles A. Porter
September 10, 1989
by Yale University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
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This special issue of Yale French Studies presents a panoramic array of virtuoso talent. Included are extracts from the writings of sixteen contemporary French novelists, from Nathalie Sarraute and Claude Simon to Jeanne Hyvrard and Jean Echenoz, from the nouveau roman to its sequels.
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Women (French: Femmes) is a novel by French novelist Philippe published in English translation inWomen marked Sollers' move to a more accessible form of fiction writing after a series of difficult experimental texts. The novel was a best-seller in France and attracted attention as a roman à clef that contained recognizable portraits of significant French Author: Philippe Sollers.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in French and English. Notes: Each chapter comprises a critical introduction to a French author, followed by a few short passages excerpted from his or her works; the excerpts are given in French with English translations. H (French: H) is a novel by French novelist Philippe novel was distinguished by its lack of punctuation, similar to Sollers' novels Lois and Paradis.
The book was published in English translation in Critic Roland Champagne describes H as the "culmination" of the "breakdown in traditional writing for Sollers," a period that began with Sollers' novel : Philippe Sollers. Abstract. Kobus Moolman prefaces A Book of Rooms with a quote by Georges Perec.
The quote details the irrevocability of the past through memory. However, both Perec and Moolman not only recover memory, but are able to do so in great detail, specifically through thorough catalogic descriptions of spaces and objects that surround them in the domestic : Karen Jennings.
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