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L'effet Blasband ou Le Regard Persan

L'effet Blasband ou Le Regard Persan (Hardback)

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Au travers du concept de deracinement, cette monographie sur Philippe Blasband, un ecrivain et realisateur Irano-Judeo-Turquo-Russo-Zoroastro-Afghan-French francophone presente une analyse originale de la condition humaine dans notre monde contemporain. La communication, meme si elle tant a devenir de plus en plus elusive, reste au centre de nos relations. Dans ces romans, pieces de theatre et films Philippe Blasband cree des situations dans lesquelles des personnages diametralement differents se rencontrent, et, grace a ce procede litteraire, il offre une reflexion profonde sur des themes bien trop souvent ignores ou, pire encore, stigmatises par notre societe.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 -Film, TV & DramaFilms, cinemaFilm, TV & DramaTheatre Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 28/02/2011 ISBN-13: 9781433100734  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Jean-Frederic Hennuy est ne a Liege en Belgique. Il a etudie et enseigne en Belgique, en Lousiane, au Nouveau Mexique, et a fait son Doctorat en Etudes Francaises et Francophones a l'Universite de Brown. Son travail de recherche se focalise essentiellement sur la litterature belge de langue francaise ainsi que sur l'etude comparative des litteratures et cultures francophones. Son premier livre est intitule Des Iconoclastes Heureux et Sans complexe. Il enseigne a Bennington College, dans le Vermont.

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