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Edited by Sylvie Patron
Introduction à la narratologie postclassique
Les nouvelles directions de la recherche sur le récit
Perspectives
The Introduction to postclassical narratology directed by Sylvie Patron aims at presenting to the French audience, beyond the close circle of specialists, the main directions of research on narrative, since the advent of what is usually called, in particular in the Anglo-Saxon research world, "postclassical narratology".



Louis MacNeice
Les cordes sonnent faux
Autobiographie inachevée
Irlande



Edited by Marie-Madeleine Castellani



Edited by Anne Wattel
Robert Merle
Écrivain singulier du propre de l'homme
Littératures



Pascal Dusapin, Maxime McKinley
Imaginer la composition musicale
Correspondance et entretiens (2010-2016)
Littératures
From 2010 to 2016, Pascal Dusapin discussed his music through a written correspondance and two interviews with Maxime McKinley.



Edited by Yves Reboul
Roman 20-50, collection "Actes"/2017
Les Deux Étendards. Le chef d'oeuvre inconnu de Lucien Rebatet



Dominique Soulès
Perspectives
Antoine Volodine relates with both a narrative power and a singular relationship to history which are no longer a mystery. However, his language - which has never been extensively studied - is little known.



Edited by Makiko Andro-Ueda, Toshio Takemoto, Jessica Wilker
Littératures
Over the past two decades, scholars have become increasingly interested in the relationship between short forms of Eastern poetry, with the haiku as its most common expression, and Western poets influenced by the tradition of moment poems. Short poems are often compared with photographs or lightning flashes as they usually focus on the evocation of



Edited by Dominique Viart



Daniel Argelès
Klaus Schlesinger ou l'écriture de l'histoire
Berlin et l'Allemagne, 1937-2001
Mondes germaniques
Germany's turbulent 20th-century history deeply shaped the life and work of Berlin writer Klaus Schlesinger (1937-2001). This critical East-German author who emigrated to West-Berlin in the 1980's and lived in Berlin’s subcultures on both sides of the Wall, eludes narrow classifications through his trajectory and the dozen short stories or novels..



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