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Travel in Twentieth-Century French and Francophone Cultures: The Persistence of Diversity
Preface Introduction: Exoticism in the Fin de Siecle 1. Postcolonial Approaches to Exoticism 2. Exoticism and the Decline of Diversity 3. New Approaches to 1930s Travel Literature 4. Around the WorldExpand
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'Direction les oubliettes de l'histoire': witnessing the past in the contemporary French polar
* Address for correspondence: School of Modern Languages, University of Liverpool, L69 3BX. e-mail: c.forsdick@liverpool.ac.uk At the end of this century it has for the first time become possible toExpand
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Siting Postcolonial Memory: Remembering New Caledonia in the Work of Didier Daeninckx
What—in the context of the francophone world—is the relationship between social memories and official memory, between the memories of former colonisers and those of the former colonised? What are theExpand
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Travel, slavery, memory: thanatourism in the French Atlantic
In one of the inaugural studies of thanatourism and slave heritage, Tony Seaton and Graham Dann claim that there are suggestive overlaps between, on the one hand, Atlantic slavery and its afterlives,Expand
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From “littérature voyageuse” to “littérature-monde”: The Manifesto in Context
A provocative, even polemical sense of démesure; an immediacy and urgency; a forcefulness and exuberance whose principal aim is to grab attention and solicit a reaction; and a sustained oppositionalExpand
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Postcolonial Thought in the French-Speaking World
Acknowledgements Introduction: Situating Francophone Postcolonial Thought - Charles Forsdick and David Murphy Section 1: Twelve Key Thinkers 1. Aime Cesaire and Francophone Postcolonial Thought -Expand
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Victor Segalen and the Aesthetics of Diversity: Journeys between Cultures
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS INTRODUCTION: VICTOR SEGALEN AND THE AESTHETICS OF DIVERSITY 1. Defining the Exotic: Exotcism as an Approach to Radical Diversity 2. Exoticism and Empire: Colonial LiteratureExpand
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