Francophone afropean literatures

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Titre Francophone afropean literatures
Type de publication Livre
Langue principale de la publication anglais
Année de publication 2014
Auteur Nicki Hitchcott
Dominic THOMAS
Nom de la collection Francophone postcolonial studies
Numéro dans la collection 5
Nombre de pages 232
Éditeur Liverpool University Press
Ville Liverpool
Genre recueil d'études
Pays d'édition Royaume-Uni
ISBN 9781781380345
Résumé/Présentation "What does Afro-Europe signify? This volume explores the concept and possibility of a black European community by analysing the ways in which contemporary Francophone African writers articulate and interrogate their complex relationships with European society, culture and history. Through the different contributions in this volume, readers will discover the symbiotic ways in which Africa has transformed/been transformed (in/by) Europe and in turn how Africanness has (re)defined Europeanness. To this end, the volume places scholarly articles addressing the relationship between the francophone and Afro-European context alongside new, specially commissioned short stories and essays by some of the most critically-acclaimed and influential producers of Afropean writing today: Fatou Diome, Alain Mabanckou, Léonora Miano, Wilfried N?Sondé, Sami Tchak and Abdourahman Waberi. [...]" (site de l'éditeur, 05.20147)
Référence complète Hitchcott (Nicki) & Thomas (Dominic), eds., Francophone afropean literatures. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, coll. Francophone postcolonial studies, n°5, 2014, 232 p. - ISBN: 9781781380345 (Hb.).

Auteurs

Nicki Hitchcott

Biographie : Lecturer in French,University of Nottingham. Ensuite : Professor in French at the University of St Andrews (2015)
Nationalité : Grande-Bretagne

Dominic THOMAS

Nationalité : États-Unis