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Modern Literatures In Perspective


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Andre Gide

Andre Gide

1st Edition

David H. Walker
October 16, 1996

This book presents a selection of some of the most significant critical work written on Andre Gide during his lifetime and since. As a major writer of the twentieth-century, his life and creative output, as well as his role as a leading intellectual, attracted comment from prominent contemporaries...

Michel Tournier

Michel Tournier

1st Edition

Michael Worton
November 29, 1995

This volume of essays brings together critical analysis and commentary on the literary work of Michel Tournier....

Balzac

Balzac

1st Edition

Michael Tilby
September 15, 1995

This canon of French literature, Honore de Balzac (1799-1850) is also a major European figure in the development of realism. His work is dominated by an inter-related sequence of novels and short stories, La Comedie Humanine, which charts the idiosyncrasies of French society from the beginning of...

Sartre

Sartre

1st Edition

Christina Howells
August 23, 1995

This text provides an introduction to the historical and cultural context of Sartre and his work. It explores and explains the conflicting critical reactions to Sartre's work. A glossary of critical terms and cultural references provides background information....

Stendhal: The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma

Stendhal: The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma

1st Edition

Roger Pearson
June 13, 1994

Both critic and writer, Stendhal has now become established as one of realism's founding fathers. Dr Pearson's book maps out, for the first time, the critical reception of Stendhal's two most widely read novels, The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma since their publication in 1830 and...

Claude Simon

Claude Simon

1st Edition

Celia Britton
April 26, 1993

This is a major study of the Nobel prize-winning French novelist Claude Simon. Simon is a complex figure: for all that he writes in a distinctively modern fictional tradition (exemplified by Proust, Joyce, Beckett and Robbe-Grillet), his novels contain strong elements of visual representation...

Galdos

Galdos

1st Edition

Jo Labanyi
December 29, 1992

Benito Perez Galdos has been described as 'the greatest Spanish novelist since Cervantes.' His work constitutes a major contribution to the nineteenth-century novel, rivalling that of Dickens of Balzac and making him an essential candidate for any course on the fiction of the period. Jo Labanyi's...

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