The Contemporary Novel in France

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The Contemporary Novel in France

Edited by William Thompson

University Press of Florida Gainesville Tallahassee Tampa Boca Raton Pensacola Orlando Miami Jacksonville

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The Contemporary Novel in France
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction - The Contemporary Novel in France: A Generation of Writing and Criticism 1
  • Part I. Continuing "Traditions" and Changing Styles 35
  • 1 - Autobiographical Fictions 37
  • 2 - Julien Green 54
  • 3 - Julien Gracq 74
  • 4 - Marguerite Duras 89
  • 5 - Robert Pinget 109
  • Part II. Innovations in Language and Form 125
  • 6 - Philippe Sollers 127
  • 7 - Jean Ricardou 145
  • 8 - Jacques Roubaud 163
  • 9 - Hélène Cixous 184
  • 10 - Jean Echenoz 200
  • Part III. Writing, History, and Myth 215
  • 11 - Elie Wiesel 217
  • 12 - Andrée Chedid 231
  • 13 - Michel Tournier 248
  • 14 - Patrick Modiano 264
  • 15 - Monique Wittig 279
  • Part IV. New Narratives, New Traditions 293
  • 16 - Benoîte Groult 295
  • 17 - Dominique Fernandez 313
  • 18 - Yann Queffélec 331
  • 19 - Patrick Drevet 352
  • 20 - Jean-Philippe Toussaint 369
  • General Bibliography 383
  • Contributors 414
  • Index 416
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