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VOLUME 14, ISSUE 1

Littérature-monde: New Wave or New Hype?

January 2010

Guest Co-Editors: William J. Cloonan & Alec G. Hargreaves

 14.1

 

Articles and Essays

Charles Forsdick

FROM “LITTÉRATURE VOYAGEUSE” TO “LITTÉRATURE-MONDE”: THE MANIFESTO IN CONTEXT

 

Alison Rice

“POUR UNE LITTÉRATURE-MONDE AU FÉMININ”: GLOBAL WOMEN’S WRITING IN FRENCH

 

Jean-Marc Moura

FRENCH-LANGUAGE WRITING AND THE FRANCOPHONE LITERARY SYSTEM

 

Judith Miller

THINKING ABOUT THEATER WITHIN WORLD LITERATURE IN FRENCH

 

Dominic Thomas

DECOLONIZING FRANCE: FROM NATIONAL LITERATURES TO WORLD LITERATURES

 

Subha Xavier

FROM WELTLITERATUR TO LITTÉRATURE-MONDE: LESSONS FROM GOETHE FOR THE FRANCOPHONE WORLD

 

David Murphy

LITERATURE AFTER EMPIRE: A COMPARATIVE READING OF TWO LITERARY MANIFESTOS

 

Katheryn Kleppinger

WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE LITTÉRATURE-MONDE MANIFESTO?

 

Diana Holmes

TO WRITE IS A TRANSITIVE VERB: NANCY HUSTON AND THE ETHICS OF THE NOVEL

 

Round Tables

Azouz Begag, Michel Le Bris, Alain Mabanckou, Anna Moï, Jean Rouad, and Abdourahman Waberi

 

Manifesto

Toward a “World-Literature” in French

 

Fiction

J.M.G. Le Clézio with a translation by Barbara Bray

Terra Amata (excerpt)