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VOLUME 10, ISSUE 2

French Studies Today (part 2)

April 2006

10.2
Cover photo by Richard Lewis

Articles and Essays
Katharine Harrington (introduction by Réda Bensmaïa)
WRITING BETWEEN BORDERS: NOMADISM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTEMPORARY FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE

Nathalie Dupont (introduction by Toril Moi)
LA TUYAUTERIE POÉTIQUE DE CHRISTIAN PRIGENT: TRAME VENTRILOQUÉE ET PHRASÉ GLOTTIQUE

Lise-Hélène Trouilloud (introduction by Georges van den Abbeele)
THE GENESIS OF VIETNAMESE LITERATURE WRITTEN IN FRENCH: 1920-1942

Marina Davies (introduction by Ora Avni)
ROBERT ANTELME AND INNOVATION

Charles Bado (introduction by Panivong Norindr)
UNE LECTURE DES CAHIERS PONTY

Hannah Freed-Thall (introduction by Ann Smock)
“UNE RÉPUGNANTE COMPLICITY”: FIGURING HISTORY IN LE PLANÉTARIUM

Lucy McNair (introduction by Ammiel Alcalay)
AN ALGERIAN-AMERICAN PRIMER: READING MOULOUD FERAOUN’S THE POOR MAN’S SON: MENRAD, KABYLE SCHOOLTEACHER

Aparna Nayak-Guercio (introduction by Phil Watts)
THE PROJECT OF LIBERATION AND THE PROJECTION OF NATIONAL IDENTITY: FRANCE, LITERATURE AND POLITICS, 1944-1945

Bénédicte Boisseron (introduction by Jarrod Hayes)
A CREOLE LINE OF ESCAPE: A STORY OF BECOMING-DOG

Christian Flaugh (introduction by Aliko Songolo)
ON NORMALITIES: NARRATIVES OF BODIES, ABILITY, AND FREAKS OF CULTURE IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE