CAMUS S L ETRANGER FIFTY YEARS ON

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Camus S L Etranger Fifty Years On

Author : Adele King
ISBN : 9781349220038
Genre : Literary Criticism
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These essays on L'Etranger celebrate its continuing influence throughout the world. Contributors come from Algeria, Samoa, India, Russia, France, Britain and the United States. Included are essays by prominent French and English-language authors for whom the novel has been an influential expression of contemporary sensibility. Other essays include feminist interpretations of Meursault, studies of Camus's narrative form, and explorations of the Algerian setting of the novel. Comparative studies show Camus's relation to the New Novel, to Greene and Orwell, to Jules Roy, and to Sartre.
Category: Literary Criticism

After Albert Camus S Fall

Author : Wayne Raymond Hayes
ISBN : WISC:89070536230
Genre : Imperialism in literature
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Crossing Sex And Gender In Latin America

Author : V. Lewis
ISBN : 9780230109964
Genre : Social Science
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Signifying "others" or signs of life? This book critically examines the ways in which crossing sex and gender is imagined in key cultural texts from contemporary Latin America. Unlike previous studies, Crossing Sex and Gender in Latin America does not hold that sexually diverse figures are always and only performative or allegorical and instead places the accent on questions of the presence or absence of an account of subjectivity in contemporary representation. Via analysis of selected films and literary works of Reinaldo Arenas, Mayra Santos-Febres, Pedro Lemebel, among others, the author reflects on the political implications of recent visions (1985-2005).
Category: Social Science

The Bookman

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924106771458
Genre : Popular culture
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French Xx Bibliography

Author : Camargo Foundation, French Institute in the United States
ISBN : 0933444419
Genre : Provençal literature
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Camus

Author : Ray Davison
ISBN : 0859895327
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the first full-length study in English of Camus's life-long fascination with the works of the Russian writer Feodor Dostoevsky. The purpose of the book is to demonstrate the ways in which Dostoevsky's thought and fiction served to stimulate and crystallize Camus's own thinking. Davison lucidly identifies the lines of divergence and counter-arguments which Camus produced as answers to the challenge of Dostoevsky's Christian/Tzarist vision of life. The traditional methods of comparative literary criticism are jettisoned in favour of the more exciting claim that Camus's literary and philosophical texts can be read as precise and detailed replies to some of Dostoevsky's central beliefs about immortality, religion and politics. The study ranges freely over the entirety of the works of both major writers.
Category: Literary Criticism