Archive For The “French” Category
By Ross Honsberger (trad. V. Glaymann)
By Lucia Ferretti
By Milo Manara, Hugo Pratt
By Joseph Bertrand
By Agati, Bremont, Delville
By Jean-Yves Mitton, Simon Rocca
By Mary Lydon
Carrying out its lively defence of Butor, this bold and lucid examine underlines these traits which stay consistent in his writing, stressing the significance of Butor's revision of genres and his dedication to the didactic and ethical worth of paintings. --French reviews
By Nicolas Hamm, Grün, Corbeyran
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By Thomas J. D. Armbrecht
On the outer edge of the heart is the 1st comparability of 2 of France's most vital twentieth-century authors, Julien eco-friendly and Marguerite Yourcenar. It examines textual components of their performs and novels to attract conclusions concerning the ways in which they characterize homosexuality of their texts. either Yourcenar and eco-friendly became to drama to discover points of same-sex wish that they felt not able to precise of their prose. The research in their performs exhibits that an emphasis on discussion and motion makes drama a very applicable style for writing approximately homosexuality since it provides an writer distance and hence safeguard from the "proclivities" of his characters. The chapters at the novel exhibit, in contrast, how prose fiction permits an writer to give an explanation for a character's sexuality with a level of subtlety tricky to accomplish in theatre. adaptations in narration and paratext permit writers to prevent condemning discourses and to discover an unique technique of expression as a substitute. on the outer edge brings a brand new, textually based method of Green's and Yourcenar's works that's in contrast to the mental analyses that frequently typify queer readings. it is going to be of serious curiosity to students of twentieth-century French literature and of Gender reviews. The booklet also will attract non-academic readers, in spite of the fact that, because it is set French authors who have been additionally americans and who wrote approximately US background and modern tradition.