Aphorism In The Francophone Novel Of The Twentieth Century

Author: Mark Bell
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In this exploration of twentieth-century novels written in French, Mark Bell defines aphorism as a literary genre and demonstrates how it is used in seven texts that provide a cross-section of ideological stances and francophone communities ...

Canadian Book Review Annual

Author: Joyce M. Wilson
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This uneasiness is very much in evidence in Alias Grace, which forcefully
conveys the message that "truth is sometimes unknowable." Admirers of Alias
Grace and students of historical fiction are an obvious audience for this cogent
and graceful disquisition. Sarah Robertson 3291 Bell, Mark. Aphorism in the
Francophone Novel of the Twentieth Century. Montreal: McGill-Queen's
University Press, 1997. 154p. biblio. index. $55.00. ISBN0-7735-1528-3.CCIP.
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(Dist. by Associated University Presses) 282p bibl index afp ISBN 1575910845,
$52.50 With this elegantly written, passionate book, Parr deepens discussion of
an approach he helped to establish: the application of 20th-century literary theory
to the study of the classic texts of Spanish literature. The author applies ... P. W.
Manning, University of Kansas 42-5750 PQ3897 2004-51287 CIP Postcolonial
theory and Francophone literary studies, ed. by H. Adlai Murdoch and Anne

Canadian Journal Of Psychiatry

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In: EL Rossi, editor. The collected papers of Milton H. Erickson on hypnosis.
Volume 1 . The nature of hypnosis and suggestion. New York: Irvinglon; 1980. p
430-51. 1 6. Trench RC. On the lessons in proverbs. New York: Redfield; 1860. p
15. 17. Santayana G. Author's preface. In: Cardiff I. editor. The wisdom of George
Santayana. New York: The Citadel Press; 1964. p viii-ix. 18. Bell M. Aphorisms in
the francophone novel of the twentieth century. Montreal: Queen's University-
Press; ...

On The Cusp

Author: John Fagg
Publisher: University Alabama Press
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In nineteenth-century American letters, prominent aphorists include Emerson,
Thoreau, and Twain. And, in the twentieth century, distinctly modern voices,
including those of Wallace Stevens and Gertrude Stein, continued to strike
distinctly aphoristic notes. ... In his Aphorism and the Francophone Novel, Mark
Bell addresses the issue of "the 'national' character of aphoristics: i.e., might an
idiosyncratically French (versus, for example, a German) variant on the
phenomenon exist?

Nationalists And Nomads

Author: Christopher L. Miller
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226528038
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INTRODUCTION 1. See, for example: Irene Assiba d'Almeida, Francophone
African Women Writers: Destroying the Emptiness of Silence (Gainesville:
University Press of Florida, 199.)); Eileen Julien, African Novels and the Question
of Ora/i1y (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992); Mildred Mortimer,
Journeys through the French African Novel (Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, 1990
); Mireille Rosello, Litterature et identite creoles aux Antilles (Paris: Karthala,
1992); and Winifred ...