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Flaubert, Beckett, Ndiaye : The Aesthetics, Emotions and Politics of Failure (Bilingual) (Hardcover)

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The ten essays of this comparative study examine the strange kinship of the francophone writers Gustave Flaubert, Samuel Beckett and Marie NDiaye, all of whom are linked, it is argued, by their common preoccupation with aesthetic, emotional and political failure.
Edition: Bilingual
Genre: Literary Criticism
Series Title: Faux Titre

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