Adventures in the French Trade: Fragments toward a Life

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Beginning and End 1
  • 2 - Initiation- Bécheron 3
  • Cities 15
  • 3 - New York/Angoulême 17
  • 4 - Boston/Vichy 21
  • Fathers 35
  • 5 - Hugo 2000- Fiction 37
  • 6 - Kandahar 2001- Fact 45
  • Teachers 53
  • 7 - Chiasmus 55
  • 8 - Derrida 72
  • 9 - Bellow in Boston 80
  • 10 - Antinomian Steiner 84
  • 11 - A Professor Retires 100
  • Students 103
  • 12 - Genet in New Haven- Repercussions and Resonances 105
  • 13 - Mother Harvard 113
  • 14 - The Heart of the Matter- A Graduation Address 115
  • Semblables et FrÈres 121
  • 15 - Louis Wolfson 123
  • 16 - Walter Benjamin 135
  • 17 - Afrancesado- Coda in Buenos Aires 154
  • Acknowledgments 159
  • Notes 161
  • Cultural Memory in the Present 175
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