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    Marie NDiaye et le rire blanc

    Asibong, Andrew (2013) Marie NDiaye et le rire blanc. In: Houdart-Merot, V. (ed.) Rires en Francophonie. Cergy: Encrage. ISBN 9782360580460.

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    Book synopsis: Are there any specific laughter as geographical and cultural areas? Is it inappropriate to treat laughter serious issues that a priori do not lend themselves to laugh? Readers are they more sensitive than ever that a work may contain humor or irony? Assuming that there is a "laugh literary", this book examines the contemporary transformations of laughter in Francophone literatures : mutations topics that are being addressed by laughter; mutations literary processes of laughter; Mutations in the sense of "laughter" and the perception of the scope of a work by comic readers. Laughter thus moves towards female scriptures, becomes reflexive in children's literature and changes with the translations. Laughter Babel Aziz Chouaki white laugh Marie N'Diaye, the tragic laugh Ghérasim Luca at (sub) laugh Perec, libertarian laugh Andree Chedid to gendered laugh operetta Germaine Tillon, it is the various functions of literary comic who are interviewed between subversion and catharsis.


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