Citations with the tag: LE Testament Francais (Book)

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  • Selected books.
    Heal, Andrew // Metro (NZ); Mar1998, Issue 201, p105 

    Reviews the book `Le Testament Francais,' by Andrei Makine.

  • Russia in French eyes.
    Rolfe, Patricia // Bulletin with Newsweek; 11/18/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6098, p85 

    Reviews the book `Le Testament Francais,' by Andrei Makine.

  • Russian dreams.
    Emck, Katy // New Statesman; 10/10/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4355, p46 

    Reviews the book `Le Testament Francais,' by Andrei Makine, translated by Geoffrey Strachan.

  • An Interview with Andrei Makine.
    Masson, Sophie // Quadrant Magazine; Nov98, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p62 

    Presents an interview with author Andrei Makine, which discussed his success. Details on the publication of Makine's fourth book `Le Testament Francais'; Background information on Makine; In-depth look at the French language.

  • Andrei Makine's poetics of nostalgia.
    Knorr, Katherine // New Criterion; Mar96, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p32 

    Presents a critique of the book `Le Testament Francais,' by Andrie Makine. Makine's mixed feelings about France; Theme of the book; Comparison with Makine's earlier novels; Makine's narrator in the novel.

  • With Love and Memory.
    Guppy, Shusha // World & I; Jan2000, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p289 

    Interviews Andrei Makine, a Russian author who wrote the French novel `Le Testament Francais.' Information on the novel; Description of the author; Reason for writing in French; Life in France; Discussion on his works.

  • Tangled tale of big French book prizes.
    H.R.L. // Publishers Weekly; 12/4/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 49, p11 

    Reports on the winning of the book `Le Testament Francais,' by Andrei Makine of the Medicis Award and Prix Goncourt. Plot of the book; Details on Makine's emigration to Paris.

  • Andrei Makine's Literary Biligualism and the Critics.
    Safran, Gabriella // Comparative Literature; Summer2003, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p246 

    Portrays the life of Russia-born French writer Andrei Makine reflected in his novel "Le Testament Français." Plot of the novel; Reason for the use of the French language by Makine's narrator; Theory of Makine on the Russian attitudes toward France.

  • Le Testament Francais.
    A. D. // New Zealand Doctor; 8/1/2007, p38 

    The article reviews the book "Le Testament Francais," by Andrei Makine.

  • The Price of Success.
    Warner, Judith // Newsweek (Pacific Edition); 11/02/98 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 132 Issue 18, p63 

    Focuses on novelist Andrei Makine, author of the autobiographical novel `Le Testament Francais.' Makine winning France's two highest literary awards, the Prix Goncourt and the Prix Medicis; The number of copies being sold in France and abroad; Reaction of the French literary establishment;...

  • The Price of Success.
    Warner, Judith // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition); 11/02/98 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 132 Issue 18, p55 

    Focuses on novelist Andrei Makine, author of the autobiographical novel `Le Testament Francais.' Makine winning France's two highest literary awards, the Prix Goncourt and the Prix Medicis; The number of copies being sold in France and abroad; Reaction of the French literary establishment;...

  • PROUST'S A LA RECHERCHE AS INTERTEXT OF MAKINE'S LE TESTAMENT FRANÇAIS.
    McCall, Ian // Modern Language Review; Oct2005, Vol. 100 Issue 4, p971 

    The article focuses on intertextuality between Russian author Andreï Makine's "Le Testament français," and Marcel Proust's "A La Recherche." It informs that Proust's text appear in "Le Testament français" in the form of a paratextual quotation that serves as a preface to the novel....

  • Bartavels, Ortolans and Borshch: France and Russia in the Fictional Worlds of Andreï Makine.
    Gillespie, David // Australian Slavonic & East European Studies; 2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1/2, p1 

    A literary criticism of the author Andreï Makine is presented. A Russian expatriate who lives in France, and writes exclusively in French, he is known for novels such as "Le Testament français," "Confession d’un porte-drapeau déchu," and "L'Amour humaine." The theme of escape in...

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