Community, Myth and Recognition in Twentieth-century French Literature and ThoughtUnknown - 2009
Taking as its point of departure the notion of community in mid-twentieth century French literature and thought, this study seeks to uncover the ways in which Breton, Bataille, Sartre and Barthes used literature and art to engage with the question of reconceptualizing society. In exploring the relevance these writings hold for contemporary debates about community, Lübecker argues for the continuing social importance of literary studies. --From publisher's description.
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2009.
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (181 pages) : illustrations.
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