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Shifting Borders

Theory and Identity in French Literature

Series:

Emily Butterworth and Kathryn Robson

Contents: Emily Butterworth/Kathryn Robson: Theorising the Shifting Border – Patrick ffrench: Passage barré: Port Bou, 26th September 1940 – Kevin Inston: A Lesson in Language: Benjamin Constant’s Autobiography – Ingrid Wassenaar: Overspill: Proust and Indifférence – Hannah Thompson: Zola’s Perverse Nature: Aesthetics and Metaphor in the Rougon-Macquart Novels – Elizabeth McCombie: Patterns of the Intermediary: Mobile Boundaries in Mallarmé’s Un coup de Dés and Debussy’s Jeux – Marie Caffari: Butor’s Writings on Art: Expanding Textual Borders – Marie Cabaud: Why Antigone was right after all: Simone Weil’s Mystical Hermeneutics – Andrea Lesic-Thomas: The East and West of European Structuralism – Jean Khalfa: Bords irrémédiables: Vanishing Lines in Caribbean Poetry in French – Victoria Best: The Architecture of the Erotic: Figures of Resistance and Incorporation in Assia Djebar’s Les Nuits de Strasbourg.