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    Tou(te)s mes amies: le problème de l’amitié chez Marie NDiaye

    Asibong, Andrew (2009) Tou(te)s mes amies: le problème de l’amitié chez Marie NDiaye. In: Asibong, Andrew and Jordan, S. (eds.) Marie NDiaye: l'étrangeté à l'œuvre. Revue des sciences humaines. France: Villeneuve d’Ascq, Septentrion Presses Universitaires. ISBN 9782913761407.

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    Book synopsis: This issue explores the work of Marie N'Diaye, one of the most important contemporary writers in France. This is the first volume of essays entirely devoted to this author. It combines the analysis of twelve researchers, each focusing on the most fundamental aspect of writing N'Diaye its strangeness. It addresses several thematic and generic domains, including studies that consider the fantastic, ethics, language, visual aesthetics, politics, and literary form in N'Diaye (novels, children's literature, theater, autofiction .) The issue includes a new interview with N'Diaye, and an unpublished author draws. He brings a rich perspective on the entire work of the author, since As rich future (Minuit, 1985) to the most recent novel, My Heart cramped (Gallimard, 2007). It gives new benchmarks impregnated imaginary world of anxiety, humor, cruelty, humiliation and uncertainty, and suggests that the fantastic grazing land, N'Diaye leads us to consider certain realities uncomfortable that mark contemporary France, and more broadly characterize the fabric of our lives.

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