Illness, ritual and liminality in the post-nouveau Roman

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Abstract

Duffy discusses the illness, ritual and liminality in the post-noveau roman. The fundamental critical agenda of research in the "post-nouveau roman" has changed relatively little since the effective demise of the nouveau roman and few are the studies which do not focus on a combination of the following: intertextuality and citationnalite; reflexivity; recycling of archetypal structures; the ludic blurring of the distinction between fiction, biography, autobiography and autofiction.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)455-478
JournalRomanic Review
Volume92
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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