"Yale French Studies, Number 114" by Jan Baetens

Yale French Studies, Number 114 Writing and the Image Today Jan Baetens, Ari J. Blatt

Yale French Studies Series
Publication date:
13 Jan 2009
Yale University Press
176 pages: 235 x 156 x 10mm
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Table of Contents

Patrick Bray: Aesthetics in the Shadow of No Towers: Reading Virilio in the Twenty-First Century

Jean-Jacques Thomas: Photographic Memories of French Poetry: Denis Roche, Jean-Marie Gleize

Sjef Houppermans: Tanguy Viel:  From Word to Image

Nina Parish: From Book to Page to Screen: Poetry and New Media

Jean Duffy: Closed up and close(-)up: Jean Rouaud’s Books of Revelation

Liesbeth Kortals Altes: Traces: Writing the Visual in Daewoo by François Bon

Jan Baetens: Of Graphic Novels and Minor Cultures: The Fréon Collective

Hugo Frey: “For All To See”: Yvan Alagbé’s Nègres jaunes and the Representation of the Contemporary Social Crisis in the Banlieue

Vinay Swamy: The Telereal Republic: Nation, Narration, and Popular Culture in Benmiloud’s Allah Superstar

Ari J. Blatt: The Revolution will be Televised, or Didier Daeninckx’s Cathode Fictions

"[A] high-quality collection for anyone wishing to explore diverse ideas and approaches to studying the impact of images on writing."—Randi L. Polk, French Review