TITLE

LE MOMENT VENU OU L'ÉVEIL DES ÉDITORIAUX MUTATIONS DE LA LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE DES ANNÉES QUATRE-VINGT VUES PAR LES REVUES LITTÉRAIRES

AUTHOR(S)
de Almeida, José Domingues
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Polissema;2012, Issue 12, p167
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The eighties represent a turning point and an important change in the narrative features of French literature. In a way, they start the literary contemporarity as we know it from a critical point of view. They show some hesitations of critique about the emerging literature.
ACCESSION #
85407049

 

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