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The Art of the Project: Projects and Experiments in Modern French Culture

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The Art of the Project

Projects and Experiments in Modern French Culture

Edited by Johnnie Gratton and Michael Sheringham

244 pages, 16 ills, bibliog, index

ISBN  978-1-57181-649-8 $135.00/£99.00 Hb Published (October 2005)

eISBN 978-1-78920-405-6 eBook


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The idea of the ‘project’ crosses generic, disciplinary and cultural frontiers. At a time when writers and artists are increasingly describing their practices as ‘projects’, remarkably little critical attention has been paid to the actual idea of the ‘project’. This collection of essays responds to an urgent need by suggesting a framework for evaluating the notion of the project in the light of various modernist and postmodernist cultural practices, drawn mainly but not exclusively from the French-speaking domain. The overview offered by this volume promises to makes an original and thought-provoking contribution to contemporary literary, artistic and cultural criticism.

Johnnie Gratton is the holder of the 1776 Chair of French at Trinity College Dublin. He is the author of Expressivism: The Vicissitudes of a Theory in the Writing of Proust and Barthes (Legenda, 2000), and has written widely on modern French fiction and autobiography.

Michael Sheringham (1948-2016) was Marshal Foch Professor of French Literature, University of Oxford. He worked extensively on Surrealism, modern fiction, poetry, and autobiography and related genres. His publications included French Autobiotraphy: Devices and Desires (OUP 1993) and Parisian Fields (ed, Raktion Books, 1996).

Subject: Cultural Studies (General) Literary Studies
Area: France


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