Francophone Literatures: An Introductory Survey

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Index
Aba, Noureddine173, 213
Abbas, Ferhat167
Abdulwahab, Mohammed190
Abou, Selim211
Abraham, Élie Charles273
Académie canadienne-française76
Académie Française20, 54, 66, 94-5, 152
Académie royale de la langue et de la littérature françaises de Belgique33-4, 39
Académie des sciences coloniales224
Acadia/Acadians 6, 90, 98
ACCT (Agence de coopération culturelle et technique)14
Acoma113
Actes du colloque sur la critique et réception de la littérature française226 n.
Action, L'200, 201
Actualité, L'28
Adam, Antoine10
ADELF (Association des écrivains de langue française)14
Adès, Albert207
Adiaffi, Jean-Marie241-2, 263
Adorno, Theodor279-80
Afaq188
Africa: colonial history 5, 6, 9, 220-3, 229; French language in 7, 21; languages of 15-16, 153, 219, 221-2, 226-7; in literature 126, 147; literature of 2, 10-11, 13-15, 131, 219; see also Madagascar; North Africa; sub-Saharan Africa
Africa122
Africanists 222
Afrique-Action168 n.
Afrique Équitoriale Française (AEF) 5
Afrique française, L'13, 223
Afrique Occidentale Française (AOF) 5
Agence de coopération culturelle et technique (ACCT)14
Agricole, Eugène 107
Aït Djafer, Ismail173
ajami literature 220
Akam, Noble 254
Ake Loba 244
Albany, Jean153, 159
Alexis, Jacques-Stephen132-3, 138, 139, 141, 157
Alger républicain166, 174
Algeria163, 165-84, 196, 212-13; Algerian war 9, 168, 172-4, 177, 180, 181; Arabic language in 166-7, 168-9, 176, 178, 184; Berber language in 166, 168-9, 177 (Kabyle literature 169-71); beur literature 184; colonial history 5, 6, 9, 167, 168, 185; French language in 166-7, 169, 178, 182; nationalism in 183; women writers 179-81, 212
Algérianistes (group) 165
Alliance Française8, 14
Alloula, Malek183, 213
Alonzo, Anne-Marie93
Alpha, José 118
Althusser, Louis2
Amacker, Françoise214
America, see Acadia; French Canada; North America; Quebec; South America; United States
American Academy3-4
American literature 2
Amérique française76
Amiel, Henri Frédéric46
Amrouche, Fadhma Aïth Mansour167, 181
Amrouche, Jean166, 167-8, 213
Amrouche, Marguerite ( Marie-Louise) Taos 166, 167-8, 181
Amyot, Geneviève 91

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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgements *
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  • PART I - Europe and North America 23
  • 1 - Belgium 25
  • 2 - Switzerland 41
  • 3 - Quebec and French Canada 57
  • Guide to Further Reading 96
  • PART II - Creole Island 101
  • 4 - Antilles and Frenxh Guiana 103
  • 5 - Haiti 130
  • 6 - Mauritius 144
  • 7 - La Réunion 152
  • Guide to Further Reading 156
  • PART III - North Africa and the Near East 161
  • 8 - Algeria 165
  • 9 - Morocco 185
  • 10 - Tunisia 196
  • 11 - Egypt 207
  • 12 - Lebanon 209
  • Guide to Further Reading 212
  • PART IV - Sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar 217
  • 13 - Sub-Saharan Africa 219
  • 14 - Madagascar 267
  • Guide to Further Reading 274
  • Conclusion 277
  • Select Bibliography 282
  • Index 283
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