Genre and Form
Edited by Patrick Crowley and Jane Hiddleston
Jane Hiddleston is a Lecturer and Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. She is also a Member of the executive committee of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies, and editor of the accompanying journal.
Patrick Crowley teaches French at University College Cork. He is the author of 'Pierre Michon: The Afterlife of Names' (Peter Lang, 2007). Together with Paul Hegarty he is co-editor of 'Formless: Ways In and Out of Form' (Peter Lang, 2005) and, with Silvia Ross and Noreen Humble, 'Mediterranean Travels: Writing Self and Other from the Ancient World to the Contemporary' (Maney, 2011).
Preface - Dominique Combe Acknowledgements Introduction - Jane Hiddleston Literary Form and the Politics of Interpretation 'New World' Exiles and Ironists from Evariste Parny to Ananda Devi - Framcoise Lionnet ''... without losing sight of the whole': Said and Goethe - Matthias Zach Metaphorical Memories: Freud, Conrad and the Dark Continent - Nicholas Harrison Playing the Field/Performing 'the Personal' in Maryse Conde's Interviews - Eva Sansavior Writing Subjectivity, Crossing Borders A Concern Peculiar to Western Man? Postcolonial Reconsiderations of Autobiography as Genre - Bart Moore-Gilbert Still Beseiged by Voices: Djebar's Poetics of the Threshold - Clarisse Zimra Algerian Letters: Mixture, Genres, Literature Itself - Patrick Crowley Postcolonial Poetics How to Speak about It? Kateb Yacine's Feminine Voice or Literat Wager: A Reading of Nedjma - Mireille Calle-Gruber (translated by lane Hiddlestor. The Rise of the recit d'enfance in the Francophone Caribbean - Louise Hardwick Reinventing the Legacies of Genre The Tragedy of Decolonization: Dialectics at a Standstill - Martin Megevand J. M. Coetzee's Australian Realism - Elleke Boehmer Ambivalence and Ambiguity of the Short Story in Albert Camus's 'L'H6te' and Mohammed Dib's 'La Fin' - Andy Stafford Writing against Genocide: Genres of Opposition in Narratives fror and about Rwanda - Zoe Norridge Notes on Contributors Index
... this book will provide a key reference point for researchers embarking on analyses of postcolonial cultural production.
Gillian Jein French Studies, vol 67, no 1
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: November 16, 2011
Series: Francophone Postcolonial Studies 2