Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture

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See also: erotic writing; women's/lesbian writing


Further reading

h
Heathcote, O. (1994) 'Is There Abuse in the Text? Legitimate and Illegitimate Violence in La Question, Les Chiens, Le Boucher and Mémoires d'une fouetteuse', in R.Günther and J. Windebank (eds) Violence and Conflict in French Culture, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press (a consideration of the gender-political implications of Reyes's first novels).

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ICA audio cassette 736: Alina Reyes, Kate Campbell, 14 November 1991 (interview and discussion).

Reza, Yasmina

birthdate unknown

Playwright

An actor graduate of Lecoq's school, Reza has written film scripts, adaptations and plays, including Conversations après un enterrement (Conversations After a Funeral); La Traversée d'hiver (Getting Through the Winter), 'Art' [sic], her most successful theatre work to date, and L'Homme du hasard (Man of Fate). Patrice Kerbrat directs much of her work.

ANNIE SPARKS

Rezvani, Serge

b. 1928, place unknown

Playwright and writer

A writer of Persian and Russian origins, which influence his forty-plus works. His plays include the famous Capitaine Shell, Capitaine Ecco, Le Palais d'hiver (The Winter Palace) and Le Camp du drap d'or (Camp of the Golden Flag). Les Années lumière (The Light Years), an autobiographical novel, is his bestknown work.

ANNIE SPARKS

See also: theatre

Ricardou, Jean

b. 1932, Cannes

Writer and critic

Ricardou's writings blend poetic fiction with guidelines to instruct the reader and theories of textual production showing how texts are generated from narrative and linguistic mechanisms. As organizer of numerous colloquia, Ricardou brought novelists and critics together and made the nouveau roman more visible.

LYNN A.HIGGINS


Further reading

h
Higgins, L.A. (1984) Parables of Theory: Jean Ricardou's Metafiction, Birmingham, AL: Summa (the first book on Ricardou's fiction and theory).

s
Sirvent, M. (ed.) (1991) Studies in TwentiethCentury Literature 15, 2 (a cluster of articles including interview and bibliographies).

Richard, Jean-Pierre

b. 1922, Paris

Critic

A literary critic of the so-called Geneva School of criticism, Jean-Pierre Richard's first major publication, Poésie et profondeur (Poetry and

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface x
  • Introduction xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Classified Contents List xiv
  • A 1
  • Further Reading 3
  • Further Reading 13
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  • B 44
  • Further Reading 66
  • Further Reading 70
  • Major Works 79
  • C 85
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  • D 135
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  • E 168
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  • Major Works 214
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