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From: Arizona Quarterly[(essay date winter 1991) In the following essay, Toles addresses problematic aspects of language and artistic expression while examining Robinson's approach toward questions of being, nature, and transcendence in...
From: World Literature Today[(review date autumn 1994) In the following review, Cooper calls L'Homme rompu a "remarkable novel" and praises the work's suspense, imagery, and narrative structure.] In his prefatory note the Moroccan author Tahar...
From: Women's Studies[(essay date 1992) In the following essay, Champagne contends that Housekeeping is a feminist postmodern text in which transience and relativity subvert traditional notions of fixity, linearity, and truth.] This essay...
From: World Literature Today[(review date autumn 1995) In the following review, Elia questions Ben Jelloun's ambivalent portrayal of sexism in his short story collection Le Premier amour est toujours le dernier.] Winner of the prestigious Prix...
From: World Literature Today[(review date autumn 1992) In the following review, Sellin offers a positive assessment of Les Yeux baissés, arguing that the novel succeeds on both a narrative and allegorical level.] Sometimes authors fade after...
From: World Literature Today[(review date autumn 1998) In the following review, Sellin compliments Ben Jelloun's lyrical prose but argues that La Nuit de l'erreur is too derivative and dependent on the formulaic narrative structure established in...
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