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VOLUME 14, ISSUE 4

Séismes / Seismic Shifts

September 2010

Guest Co-Editors: Mária Minich Brewer & Judith E. Preckshot

14.4

Interview

Hakim Abderrezak
ENTRETIEN AVEC BOUALEM SANSAL
Articles
Andrew Asibong
RADICALLY FANTASTICAL: THE POLITICS OF THE TRUTH-EVENT IN THE “METIC” NOVELS OF MOHAMMED DIB AND MARIE NDIAYE

Charles J. Stivale
CRACKS AND CREVICES OF THOUGHT IN LOGIC OF SENSE

Nicole Simek
HUMOR, DISRUPTION, AND THE ANTILLEAN WRITER

Ari J. Blatt
TANGUY VIEL’S MANIC FICTIONS

Martin Crowley
EACH TIME THEREFORE ALSO COMMON: FROM THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE IMAGE, TO THE TRUTH OF EXISTENCE, IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JEAN-LUC NANCY

Jeff Fort
ONLY (A) MEMORY CAN SAVE US NOW? THE INSTANT OF DEATH IN CHRIS MARKER’S LA JETÉE AND MAURICE BLANCHOT’S L’INSTANT DE MA MORT

Andrea Loselle
FROM CONVOLUTED TO CONVULSIVE MESSAGES: A SEISMOMETRICAL READING OF ANDRÉ BRETON’S NADJA

David R. Ellison
PROUST ET LE CHANGEMENT: SÉSAME OU SÉISME?

Libby Murphy
CHARLOT FRANÇAIS: CHARLIE CHAPLIN, THE FIRST WORLD WAR, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NATIONAL HERO

Kory Olson
A NEW PARIS? EUGÈNE HÉNARD’S VISION OF PARIS’S FUTURE

Fiction
Boualem Sansal
RUE DARWIN: MA SEMAINE SAINTE (EXTRAITS)