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Paradigms of Memory

The Occupation and Other Hi/stories in the Novels of Patrick Modiano


Martine Guyot-Bender and William C. VanderWolk

Contents: Martine Guyot-Bender / William VanderWolk: Editors' Introduction - Martine Guyot-Bender: Making Sense of Narrative Ambiguity - Marja Warehime: Returning to the Scene of the Crime - William VanderWolk: Whose Memory is This? Modiano's Historical Method - Alan Morris: A Photographic Memory: Ambiguity in Chien de printemps- Junate Kaminskas: Modiano's Female Trilogy: Voyage de Noces, Fleurs de ruine, Un Cirque passe - Hervé Allet: The Names of the Fathers: Onomastics and Intertextuality in La Place de l'étoile - Nathalie Rachlin: The Modiano Syndrome: 1968-1997 - Joseph Golsan: Author, Identity and the Voice of History in Patrick Modiano's La Ronde de nuit and Boulevards de ceinture - Juliette Dickstein: Inventing French Memory: The Legacy of the Occupation in the Works of Patrick Modiano: 1968-1988 - Raymond Bach: Recurring Characters in Modiano's Oeuvre.