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Vietnam and the Colonial Condition of French Literature


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Vietnam and the Colonial Condition of French Literature explores an aspect of modern French literature that has been consistently overlooked in literary histories the relationship between the colonies their cultures languages and people and formal shifts in French literary production Starting from the premise that neither cultural identity nor cultural production can be pure or homogenous Leslie Barnes initiates a new discourse on the French literary canon by examining the work of three iconic French writers with personal connections to Vietnam Andre Malraux Marguerite Duras and Linda Le In a thorough investigation of the authors linguistic metaphysical and textual experiences of colonialism Barnes articulates a new way of reading French literature not as an inward looking homogenous monolingual tradition but rather as a tradition of intersecting and interdependent peoples cultures and experiences One of the few books to focus on Vietnam s position within francophone literary scholarship Barnes challenges traditional concepts of French cultural identity and offers a new perspective on canonicity and the division between French and francophone literature

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Manufacturer:University of Nebraska Press
Brand:Barnes Leslie
Publisher:University of Nebraska Press
Studio:University of Nebraska Press
EAN:9780803249974
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