Yale French Studies, Number 106 The Power of Rhetoric, the Rhetoric of Power: Jean Paulhan’s Fiction, Criticism, and Editorial Activity Michael Syrotinski

Yale French Studies Series
Publication date:
08 Feb 2005
Yale University Press
224 pages: 235 x 156mm

1. Jean Paulhan as Editor and Critic

Bernard Baillaud Jean Paulhan’s Influences

Brigitte Ouvry-Vial The Double Necessity of Criticism and Self-Effacement

Martyn Cornick Jean Paulhan and the Nouvelle Revue Française

2. Rhetoric and What Really Happens

Michael Syrotinski The Rhetoric of Illness in Jean Paulhan

Carol Murphy Re-presenting the Real

Kevin Newmark On Parole

3. Rhetoric and Politics

Anna-Louise Milne The Power of Dissimulation

Laurent Jenny Paulhan, Blanchot and Le 14 juillet

Richard Rand Grave Site

4. The Power of Literature

Jean-Yves Pouilloux Faultlines

Eric Trudel “Those Who Have Fallen Silent”

Julien Dieudonné The Power of Poetics, the Poetics of Power

5. Two texts by Jean Paulhan

“A Bee”

“Democracy Calls out to the First Comer” (translated by Jennifer Bajorek)