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Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First-Century Literature

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The collection Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First-Century Literature publishes theses and essays devoted to one author, to a literary movement or to a literary question. Literary theory occupies an important place in the collection, but it should not be disassociated from the history of literature, of genres, of literary forms, ideas and sensitivities. To inscribe a work in its social, historical, intellectual and artistic context is to help us understand its production - its poetics. In the alliance of scientific erudition and the intuition of internal textual analysis, these studies seek not so much to interpret a given work as to situate its specific character in a global literary history.
  • Bruno Viard
    Littérature et déchirure de Montaigne à Houellebecq Étude anthropologique

  • Petra James
    Bohumil Hrabal : « Composer un monde blessant à coups de ciseaux et de gomme arabique »

  • Ève Rabaté
    La Revue Commerce L’esprit « classique moderne » (1924-1932)

  • Karine Robinot-Serveau
    Les Romans de Bernanos Métamorphoses de la transcendance

  • Caroline Surmann
    Cinéma et théâtre chez Jean Cocteau Intermédialité et esthétique

  • Michel Murat
    La Langue des dieux modernes

  • Eugénie Morin
    René Char : éthique et utopie

  • Edward Bizub
    Beckett et Descartes dans l’œuf Aux sources de l’œuvre beckettienne : de Whoroscope à Godot