By Motte Warren

French Fiction Today specializes in the French novel within the twenty-first century, interpreting a chain of works which are exemplary of broader currents within the style. each one of those texts wagers insistently upon our willingness to take a position approximately literature and its makes use of, in an age whilst the worth of literature is not any longer taken as axiomatic. every one of those texts could be regarded as a critical novel, a kind that calls upon us to have interaction with it in a serious demeanour, promising that which means will come up within the articulation of writing and analyzing. every one of those authors participates in a debate approximately what the radical is as a cultural shape in our present—and approximately what it might probably develop into, in a destiny that starts off correct now.

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