French-Canadian & Québécois Novels

French-Canadian & Québécois Novels

Author: Ben-Zion Shek

Publisher: Totonto, Ont. : Oxford University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015022046968

Category: Philosophy

Page: 151

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French-Canadian novels began as a marginal offshoot of French metropolitan writing and are now read and studied not only in English Canada but around the world. This collection of essays offers a history and analysis of French-Canadian fiction from the 1830s to the present day. Besides discussing a variety of works and writers, most available in English translation, the book explores the rapid development of new women's writing in the last twenty years, treats the art of translation, and presents a bibliography of criticism and anthologies.
French-Canadian & Québécois Novels
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Pages: 151
Authors: Ben-Zion Shek, Professor of French University College Ben-Z Shek
Categories: Philosophy
Type: BOOK - Published: 1991 - Publisher: Totonto, Ont. : Oxford University Press

French-Canadian novels began as a marginal offshoot of French metropolitan writing and are now read and studied not only in English Canada but around the world. This collection of essays offers a history and analysis of French-Canadian fiction from the 1830s to the present day. Besides discussing a variety of
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