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Du poetique au politique: Transfiguration esthetique et depassement chez Baudelaire, Prevert et Cesaire
This study focuses on how the works of Charles Baudelaire, Jacques Prevert and Aime Cesaire respond to misery and existential anguish in the context of the shift to modernity, and particularly through the changes that ...
Rehabilitating the Witch: The Literary Representation of the Witch from the "Malleus Maleficarum" to "Les Enfants du sabbat"
The representation of the witch in French literature has evolved considerably over the centuries. While originally portrayed as a benevolent and caring healer in works by Marie de France, Chrétien de Troyes, and the anonymous ...
Crossing frames of art and identity: Baya, Cixous, and Beji
Born in North African countries and brought up in transcultural environments, Algerian painter Baya Mahiddine, Francophone author Helene Cixous, and Tunisian writer Hele Beji produce works that challenge national, cultural, ...
Paul Smail's "Casa, la casa": A critical translation
This work examines principles and theories of literary translation such as literal and non-literal fidelity to the original writing, translational transparency and visibility, and the concepts of "foreignization" and ...
Rebellion and nihilism in the works of Leila Sebbar and V. S. Naipaul
This study proposes that Leila Sebbar and V. S. Naipaul, two widely-read contemporary novelists, intuitively understand Albert Camus' idea of revolt, using it to legitimate their non-essentialized, transcultural models of ...
Labyrinths of Echo: Repetition, otherness, and autobiography in the narratives by Makine, Gary, Sijie, and Sarraute
This study focuses on the four first-person narratives: Andreï Makine's Le testament français , Romain Gary's La promesse de l'aube , Dai Sijie's Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse chinoise , and Nathalie Sarraute's Enfance . ...