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In the Dark Room

Marguerite Duras and Cinema


Julie Beaulieu and Rosanna Maule

Contents: Foreword by Annette Förster – Rosanna Maule: Introduction: Marguerite Duras, la grande imagière – Madeleine Borgomano: The Image of Cinema in The Sea Wall – Catherine Dhavernas: Cinema and the Destruction of the Text in the Work of Marguerite Duras – Cécile Hanania: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Cinematic References in Marguerite Duras’s Texts – Julie Beaulieu: The Poetics of Cinematic Writing: Marguerite Duras and Maya Deren – Michelle Royer: Writing, the Writing Self and the Cinema of Marguerite Duras – Bruno Lessard: ‘Disparaître, dit-elle’: The Vanishing of Lol V. Stein as (Dis)Embodied Haunting and Invisible Spectacle – Tammy A. Kinsey: ‘You Saw Nothing’: Duras’s Cinematic Language – Dong Liang: Marguerite Duras’s Aural World: A Study of the Mise en son of India Song – Lynsey Russell-Watts: Analysing Sound and Voice: Refiguring Approaches to the Films of the ‘Indian Cycle’ – Sandy Flitterman-Lewis: Nevers, mon souvenir: Marguerite Duras, History, and the Secret Heart of Hiroshima mon amour – Thomas Stubblefield: Love and the Burden of Memory in Duras’s Ten-Thirty on a Summer Night and Moderato Cantabile – Alwin Baum: Le Ravissement de l’autre: Subjective Exile and Semiotic Subversion in Duras’s Écriture filmique – Muriel Walker: Taboo Love between Text and Image in the Works of Marguerite Duras and Assia Djebar.