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    Autour de la mère morte

    Asibong, Andrew (2013) Autour de la mère morte. In: Bengsch, D. and Ruhe, C. (eds.) Une femme puissante: l’œuvre de Marie NDiaye. Francopolyphonies 13. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi. ISBN 9789042037144.

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    Book synopsis: Marie Ndiaye stands out as one of the most interesting of contemporary French literature voice. Winning the Prix Goncourt in November 2009 Three powerful women confirms this finding. literary research was quick to question the strange world of his novels, his plays and his new that seem to defy any attempt to generic classification. The ndiayïen realism acts correction preset shapes that suggest a consistency that reality does not. The author denies the relationship with the molds of traditional genres and waives integrate into one big happy "family" literary. It is in this perspective that this book proposes to read the work of Marie Ndiaye reflecting on topics such as mechanisms of social exclusion, the strangeness and discursive processes of racialization as well as the poetic dimension of his writing and managing the image of the author and media issues of representation.


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