Themes, Forms and Metamorphoses- Essays in Honour of David Gascoigne
Edited By Lorna Milne and Mary Orr
Toby Garfitt - Sylvie Germain: Fable, 'Cri', Echolalia -279
Toby Garfitt Sylvie Germain: Fable, Cri, Echolalia It is common to see the work of Sylvie Germain in terms of a meditation on the twin themes of evil and identity: a lyrical meditation, certainly, but one that is driven by philosophical concerns.1...
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