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No and Me

Author : ,

ISBN10 : 0307375749

Publisher : Penguin Group

Number of Pages : 256

Category : Juvenile Fiction

Viewed : 561


Book Summary: "All my life I've felt on the outside wherever I am, out of the picture, the conversation, at one remove, as though I was the only one able to hear the sounds or words that others can't and deaf to the words that they seem to hear. As if I'm outside the frame, on the other side of a huge, invisible window. But yesterday when I was there with her, I'm certain that you could have drawn a circle around us, a circle I wasn't excluded from, which enclosed us, and for a few minutes, protected us from the world." At thirteen-years-old, with an unusually high IQ and a knack for observing things about other people, Lou Bertignac is not only the youngest in her class at school; she is also the most unusual. Painfully shy, she has few friends, save for Lucas, whose company helps her get through each day. At home, Lou's life is also difficult: Her mother hasn't left the house in years and her father spends his days crying in the bathroom. Lou's world is dark and sad... That is, until she meets No. No is a teenage girl that Lou befriends for the purpose of her school project on homelessness. Despite the different worlds that these two girls come from, a friendship is soon forged between them. Unable to bear the thought of No not having a home or a family to keep her safe, Lou persuades her reluctant parents into letting her new friend stay with the Bertignac family. No's addition to the household forces Lou and her parents to face the sadness that has been enveloping them for so long — but not without some disruptions along the way.

Underground Time

Author : Delphine de Vigan

ISBN10 : 1608197395

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Number of Pages : 272

Category : ,

Viewed : 944


Book Summary: Everyday Mathilde takes the Metro, then the commuter train to the office of a large multi-national where she works in the marketing department. Every day, the same routine, the same trains. But something happened a while ago - she dared to voice a different opinion from her moody boss, Jacques. Bit by bit she finds herself frozen out of everything, with no work to do. Thibault is a paramedic. Every day he drives to the addresses he receives from his controller. The city spares him no grief: traffic jams, elusive parking spaces, delivery trucks blocking his route. He is well aware that he may be the only human being many of the people he visits will see for the entire day and is well acquainted with the symptomatic illnesses, the major disasters, the hustle and bustle and, of course, the immense, pervading loneliness of the city. Before one day in May, Mathilde and Thibault had never met. They were just two anonymous figures in a crowd, pushed and shoved and pressured continuously by the loveless, urban world. Underground Time is a novel of quiet violence - the violence of office-bullying, the violence of the brutality of the city - in which our two characters move towards an inevitable meeting. 'Two solitary existences cross paths in this poignant chronicle, a new testimony to de Vigan's superb eloquence' Lire

A Paris Apartment

Author : Michelle Gable

ISBN10 : 1466849622

Publisher : Macmillan

Number of Pages : 384

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1362


Book Summary: The New York Times Best Seller! Now with an excerpt of Michelle's new book, I'll See You in Paris! Bienvenue à Paris! When April Vogt's boss tells her about an apartment in the ninth arrondissement that has been discovered after being shuttered for the past seventy years, the Sotheby's continental furniture specialist does not hear the words "dust" or "rats" or "decrepit." She hears Paris. She hears escape. Once in France, April quickly learns the apartment is not merely some rich hoarder's repository. Beneath the cobwebs and stale perfumed air is a goldmine, and not because of the actual gold (or painted ostrich eggs or mounted rhinoceros horns or bronze bathtub). First, there's a portrait by one of the masters of the Belle Epoque, Giovanni Boldini. And then there are letters and journals written by the very woman in the painting, Marthe de Florian. These documents reveal that she was more than a renowned courtesan with enviable decolletage. Suddenly April's quest is no longer about the bureaux plats and Louis-style armchairs that will fetch millions at auction. It's about discovering the story behind this charismatic woman. It's about discovering two women, actually. With the help of a salty (and annoyingly sexy) Parisian solicitor and the courtesan's private diaries, April tries to uncover the many secrets buried in the apartment. As she digs into Marthe's life, April can't help but take a deeper look into her own. Having left behind in the States a cheating husband, a family crisis about to erupt, and a career she's been using as the crutch to simply get by, she feels compelled to sort out her own life too. When the things she left bubbling back home begin to boil over, and Parisian delicacies beyond flaky pâtisseries tempt her better judgment, April knows that both she and Marthe deserve happy finales. Whether accompanied by croissants or champagne, this delectable debut novel depicts the Paris of the Belle Epoque and the present day with vibrant and stunning allure. Based on historical events, Michelle Gable's A Paris Apartment will entertain and inspire, as readers embrace the struggles and successes of two very unforgettable women.

Les littératures africaines

Author : Coulon Virginia,Garnier Xavier

ISBN10 : 2811120238

Publisher : KARTHALA Editions

Number of Pages : 496

Category : Medical

Viewed : 657


Book Summary: Ce livre est un hommage à Alain Ricard dont les recherches, menées à la croisée de l’anthropologie culturelle, des sciences de la communication et de la littérature comparée, ont été d’un apport considérable pour une meilleure connaissance des dynamiques littéraires et artistiques sur le continent africain. La prise en compte des pratiques textuelles en Afrique est indispensable pour comprendre le phénomène littéraire. La science des textes, telle qu’Alain Ricard l’a pratiquée, passe par un travail de terrain qui permet de prendre la mesure de la vie littéraire du continent et de l’impact des littératures sur les réalités sociales et humaines. C’est en particulier le sens du combat qu’il a engagé pour faire reconnaître les littératures en langues africaines. En situant son travail à l’échelle du continent, Alain Ricard a attiré l’attention sur l’importance de la spatialité de l’Afrique. L’identification d’épicentres littéraires (Ibadan, Lomé...), d’axes de transferts culturels, de lieux de mémoire, etc., ouvre toute une géographie littéraire encore à mettre en oeuvre. La science des textes est également une science de l’homme pour Alain Ricard, qui a interrogé l’acte créateur à travers la figure d’écrivains singuliers comme Félix Couchoro, Wole Soyinka ou Ebrahim Hussein. Il a su montrer comment, en jouant avec de multiples contraintes, dans le cadre d’une littérature « hors champ », de nombreux auteurs africains ont trouvé les voies de la création, de façon souvent remarquablement inventive.

The Slow Waltz of Turtles

Author : Katherine Pancol

ISBN10 : 0698198670

Publisher : Penguin

Number of Pages : 432

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 777


Book Summary: In this mega-bestseller from France and the follow-up to The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles, a woman contends with divorce, family trouble, and even murder in her journey to discover who she really is. Fortysomething mother of two Joséphine Cortès is at a crossroads. She has just moved to a posh new apartment in Paris after the success of the historical novel she ghostwrote for her sister, Iris. Still struggling with her divorce—the result of her husband running off to Kenya to start a crocodile farm with his mistress—she is now entangled too in a messy lie orchestrated by her sister. And just when things seem they can't get any more complicated, people start turning up dead in her neighborhood. As Joséphine struggles to find her voice and her confidence amidst a messy web of relationships and a string of murders, she and those around her must learn to push on with determination, like headstrong little turtles learning to dance slowly in a world that's too violent and moving too fast.


Author : Nicolas Dickner

ISBN10 : 0307375803

Publisher : Vintage Canada

Number of Pages : 304

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1588


Book Summary: Selected as the 2010 CBC Canada Reads Winner! Awards for the French-language edition: Prix des libraires 2006 Prix littéraire des collégiens 2006 Prix Anne-Hébert 2006 (Best first book) Prix Printemps des Lecteurs–Lavinal Intricately plotted and shimmering with originality, Nikolski charts the curious and unexpected courses of personal migration, and shows how they just might eventually lead us to home. In the spring of 1989, three young people, born thousands of miles apart, each cut themselves adrift from their birthplaces and set out to discover what — or who — might anchor them in their lives. They each leave almost everything behind, carrying with them only a few artefacts of their lives so far — possessions that have proven so formative that they can’t imagine surviving without them — but also the accumulated memories of their own lives and family histories. Noah, who was taught to read using road maps during a life of nomadic travels with his mother — their home being a 1966 Bonneville station wagon with a silver trailer — decides to leave the prairies for university in Montreal. But putting down roots there turns out to be a more transitory experience than he expected. Joyce, stifled by life in a remote village on Quebec’s Lower North Shore, and her overbearing relatives, hitches a ride into Montreal, spurred on by a news story about a modern-day cyber-pirate and the spirit of her own buccaneer ancestors. While her daily existence remains surprisingly routine —working at a fish shop in Jean-Talon market, dumpster-diving at night for necessities — it’s her Internet piracy career that takes off. And then there’s the unnamed narrator, who we first meet clearing out his deceased mother’ s house on Montreal’s South Shore, and who decides to move into the city to start a new life. There he finds his true home among books, content to spend his days working in a used bookstore and journeying though the many worlds books open up for him. Over the course of the next ten years, Noah, Joyce and the unnamed bookseller will sometimes cross paths, and sometimes narrowly miss each other, as they all pass through one vibrant neighbourhood on Montreal’s Plateau. Their journeys seem remarkably unformed, more often guided by the prevailing winds than personal will, yet their stories weave in and out of other wondrous tales — stories about such things as fearsome female pirates, urban archaeologists, unexpected floods, fish of all kinds, a mysterious book without a cover and a dysfunctional compass whose needle obstinately points to the remote Aleutian village of Nikolski. And it is in the magical accumulation of those details around the edges of their lives that we begin to know these individuals as part of a greater whole, and ultimately realize that anchors aren’t at all permanent, really; rather, they’re made to be hoisted up and held in reserve until their strength is needed again.

The Little Prince

Author : Antoine de Saint-Exupéry,General Press

ISBN10 : 9387669661


Number of Pages : 136

Category : Juvenile Fiction

Viewed : 697


Book Summary: First published in 1943, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry has been translated into more than 250 languages, becoming a global phenomenon. The Sahara desert is the scenery of Little Prince’s story. The narrator’s plane has crashed there and he has scarcely some food and water to survive. Trying to comprehend what caused the crash, the Little Prince appears. The serious blonde little boy asks to draw him a sheep. The narrator consents to the strange fellow’s request. They soon become friends and the Little Prince informs the pilot that he is from a small planet, the asteroid 325, talks to him about the baobabs, his planet volcanoes and the mysterious rose that grew on his planet. He also talks to him about their friendship and the lie that evoked his journey to other planets. Often puzzled by the grown-ups’ behavior, the little traveler becomes a total and eternal symbol of innocence and love, of responsibility and devotion. Through him we get to see how insightful children are and how grown-ups aren’t. Children use their heart to feel what’s really important, not the eyes. Heart-breaking, funny and thought-provoking, it is an enchanting and endlessly wise fable about the human condition and the power of imagination. A book about both childhood and adulthood, it can be read as a parable, a war story, a classic children's fairy-tale, and many more things besides: The Little Prince is a book for everyone; after all, all grown-ups were children once.


Author : Jean Echenoz

ISBN10 : 1620970007

Publisher : The New Press

Number of Pages : 273

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1077


Book Summary: “A tiny miracle of a biographical novel” inspired by the life of the brilliant French composer (Booklist). Shortlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award This beguiling and original evocation of the last ten years in the life of a musical genius opens in 1927 as Maurice Ravel—dandy, eccentric, curmudgeon—crosses the Atlantic aboard the luxury liner the SS France to begin his triumphant grand tour of the United States. With flashes of sly, quirky humor, this novel captures the folly of the era as well as its genius, and the personal and professional life of the sartorially and socially splendid ravel over the course of a decade. From a winner of the prestigious Prix Goncourt, Ravel is a touching literary portrait of a dignified and lonely man going reluctantly into the night. “A beautifully musical little novel.” —The New York Times Book Review “The most distinctive voice of his generation.” —The Washington Post


Author : Naomi Fontaine

ISBN10 : 1551525186

Publisher : arsenal pulp press

Number of Pages : 144

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 534


Book Summary: Kuessipan is an extraordinary, meditative novel about life among the Native Innu people of northeast Quebec. With the grace and perfect pitch, author Naomi Fontaine (herself an Innu) conjures up a world that reads like no other, and a community—of nomadic hunters and fishers, of mothers and children—who endure a harsh and sometimes cruel reality with quiet dignity.

In Other Worlds

Author : Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

ISBN10 : 1135070814

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 440

Category : Literary Criticism

Viewed : 1130


Book Summary: In this classic work, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, one of the leading and most influential cultural theorists working today, analyzes the relationship between language, women and culture in both Western and non-Western contexts. Developing an original integration of powerful contemporary methodologies – deconstruction, Marxism and feminism – Spivak turns this new model on major debates in the study of literature and culture, thus ensuring that In Other Worlds has become a valuable tool for studying our own and other worlds of culture.

The Red and the Black

Author : Stendhal

ISBN10 : 1442945095

Publisher :

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1310


Book Summary: "The Red and the Black" is a reflective novel about the rise of poor, intellectually gifted people to High Society. Set in 19th century France it portrays the era after the exile of Napoleon to St. Helena. The influential, sharp epigrams in striking prose, leave reader almost as intrigued by the author s talent as the surprising twists that occur in the arduous love life.

L'enfant interdit - 2e éd.

Author : Pierre Verdrager

ISBN10 : 2200633068

Publisher : Armand Colin

Number of Pages : 384

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 1228


Book Summary: On se souvient de mieux en mieux que la pédophilie a été considérée comme une juste cause dans les années 1970-1980. Au nom de la libération des mœurs, de grands intellectuels, de prestigieux éditeurs, des journaux renommés, à gauche mais aussi à droite, des hétérosexuels comme des homosexuels, l’ont défendue avec passion, alors même que cette idée était loin de faire l’unanimité. Ce livre nous replonge dans cette époque et passe au scalpel les arguments des différents protagonistes. Aujourd’hui, la pédophilie, ou ce qu’on appelle désormais la pédocriminalité, est quasi unanimement considérée comme la pire chose qu’on puisse imaginer et celle-ci suscite d’autant plus la répulsion qu’elle est toujours plus envahissante tant dans l’espace public que dans notre propre intériorité. Pourtant, les sciences sociales sont restées presque totalement muettes sur ce problème, alors même que de nombreuses questions restent sans réponse : comment certaines élites ont-elles pu tenter de légitimer la pédophilie dans ces années-là ? Comment, en quelques années, le pédocriminel est-il devenu un danger pour la société ? Pourquoi un tel retournement a-t-il été aussi rapide que radical ? Qu’est-ce qu’a changé le phénomène #MeToo ? Ce sont ces énigmes, et quelques autres, que cet ouvrage tente de résoudre.

Reflections on the Revolution in France

Author : Edmund Burke

ISBN10 : 1625585233

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

Number of Pages : 208

Category : Philosophy

Viewed : 1900


Book Summary: The author sets before the reader a lifelike picture of the deities of classical times as they were conceived and worshipped by the ancients themselves, and thereby to awaken in the minds of young students a desire to become more intimately acquainted with the noble productions of classical antiquity. The aim was to render the legends, which form the second portion of this work, a picture of old Greek life; its customs, superstitions, and princely hospitalities, for which reason they are given at somewhat greater length than is usual in works of this kind.

October 1970

Author : Louis Hamelin

ISBN10 : 1770894101

Publisher : House of Anansi

Number of Pages : 600

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 815


Book Summary: Longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. Selected as an Best Book. October 1970. Two kidnappings. One dead. A crisis unlike anything the country had ever seen — here is the story behind history... Thirty years after the October Crisis, Sam Nihilo, a freelance writer whose career is in a slump, is drawn to the conspiracy theories that have proliferated in the wake of the events. While investigating the death of one of the FLQ hostages, Nihilo sees his life consumed by an inquiry that leads him further into a flurry of facts, both known and newly discovered. Soon, secret agents, corrupt police officers, politicians, and former terrorists of the Front de Libération du Québec form a mysterious constellation around him, and at the centre lies a complicated and dangerous truth. In the tradition of Don DeLillo’s Libra, October 1970 is a thrilling fictional account of the events that shaped one of the most volatile moments in recent history.

La scène littéraire postcoloniale

Author : Patrick Sultan

ISBN10 : 2304037070

Publisher : Iggybook

Number of Pages : 274

Category : Literary Criticism

Viewed : 1748


Book Summary: Comment lire avec justesse les littératures neuves des pays anciennement colonisés, les apprécier dans leur dimension esthétique, sans méconnaître leur signification politique ? Comment tenir compte de l'héritage colonial dont elles portent la marque sans les enfermer dans cette condition historique ? Cet essai propose des éléments de réponse à ces questions en construisant « une scène littéraire postcoloniale », librement inspirée par les Postcolonial Studies. Quelques oeuvres y sont convoquées : Le Quatrième Siècle (Edouard Glissant), Maps (Nurridine Farah), Pagli (Ananda Devi), Hombo (Chantal Spitz). Leurs auteurs sont issus d'aires géographiques éloignées (Martinique, Somalie, Polynésie Française, Maurice) qui n'ont de commun que d'avoir subi la violence coloniale. Dans l'espace de confrontation transdisciplinaire ainsi dessiné s'élaborent la figure contemporaine de « l'écrivain postcolonial » et les singularités de l'« écriture du trauma » qui ordonne son travail.

Francophone Literature as World Literature

Author : Christian Moraru,Nicole Simek,Bertrand Westphal

ISBN10 : 1501347152

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Number of Pages : 320

Category : Literary Criticism

Viewed : 1857


Book Summary: Francophone Literature as World Literature examines French-language works from a range of global traditions and shows how these literary practices draw individuals, communities, and their cultures and idioms into a planetary web of tension and cross-fertilization. The Francophone corpus under scrutiny here comes about in the evolving, markedly relational context provided by these processes and their developments during and after the French empire. The 15 chapters of this collection delve into key aspects, moments, and sites of the literature flourishing throughout the francosphere after World War II and especially since the 1980s, from the French Hexagon to the Caribbean and India, and from Québec to the Maghreb and Romania. Understood and practiced as World Literature, Francophone literature claims--with particular force in the wake of the littérature-monde debate--its place in a more democratic world republic of letters, where writers, critics, publishers, and audiences are no longer beholden to traditional centers of cultural authority.

Tout le monde veut aimer son travail

Author : Marylène Delbourg-Delphis

ISBN10 : 2354563124

Publisher : Diateino

Number of Pages : 410

Category : Business & Economics

Viewed : 1837


Book Summary: Ce guide pratique au ton très personnel aidera les dirigeants, les RH et les employés à créer le sentiment d'appartenance qui fait l'attractivité de la culture des organisations gagnantes. L'enthousiasme et la conviction de Marylène Delbourg-Delphis vont vous donner des ailes pour transformer votre entreprise et la réenchanter ! Cependant, ne vous leurrez pas, il ne s'agit pas de bonnes paroles sur "l'humain en entreprise", vous allez découvrir un programme sérieux qui passe en revue la façon de recruter, la manière dont les employés vivent leur activité professionnelle et les signes qui indiquent qu'une entreprise est au bord du dérapage. « Un plaidoyer puissant pour remettre l'humain au centre du management. » Peter Cappelli, Professeur de Management à la Wharton School et directeur du Wharton's Center for Human Resources. « Ce livre est formidable. Il vous aidera à recruter des personnes exceptionnelles, et, mieux encore, à vous assurer qu'elles aiment leur travail.Et lorsque vous aurez atteint cet objectif, votre seule limite sera le ciel ! » Guy Kawasaki, auteur, conférencier, entrepreneur. « Une approche claire et opérationnelle, universelle et avant-gardiste de la vie des entreprises, et ce, à quelque stade qu'elles en soient de leur développement. » Gilles-Noël Poirieux, Président d'EVH, ancien DG de Sodexo et du Sodexo Management Institute. « Le guide décisif pour accompagner le futur du travail et construire l'infrastructure humaine qui engage les employés et établit une culture durable de la confiance. » Dan Farber, SVP Strategic Communications, Salesforce.

Comment j'ai appris à lire

Author : Agnès Desarthe

ISBN10 : 2234071372

Publisher : Stock

Number of Pages : 180

Category : Biography & Autobiography

Viewed : 1350


Book Summary: « Apprendre à lire a été, pour moi, une des choses les plus faciles et les plus diffi ciles. Cela s’est passé très vite, en quelques semaines ; mais aussi très lentement, sur plusieurs décennies. Déchiffrer une suite de lettres, la traduire en sons fut un jeu, comprendre à quoi cela servait fut une traversée souvent âpre, et, jusqu’à l’écriture de ce livre, profondément énigmatique. » Comment apprend-on à lire ? Comment notre désir de lecture peut-il être entravé ? Comment l’écriture peutelle rendre meilleur lecteur ? Cheminant à travers ses souvenirs, Agnès Desarthe mène une enquête passionnante, puisant au coeur d’un secret : celui de n’avoir pas aimé lire pendant longtemps.

Encore une danse

Author : Katherine Pancol

ISBN10 : 2213669163

Publisher : Fayard

Number of Pages : 360

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 310


Book Summary: " Clara se demande une nouvelle fois si cette aptitude à vivre seule ne vient pas de l'absence de ses parents. Elle n'a jamais eu de modèle ni de couple ni de famille à se mettre sous la dent. Le seul avec lequel elle forme un couple, c'est son frère Philippe. Sa seule famille sont ses amies. Agnès, celle du poulet aux oignons dans son F4 à Clichy, Joséphine, Lucille. Elles ont habité le même immeuble, sont allées dans les mêmes écoles. Philippe, Clara, Agnès, Joséphine, Lucille et l'autre, celui dont elle ne veut pas prononcer le prénom, formaient une bande. Les bandes, il n'y a rien de mieux pour exister quand on est petit. Ils ont grandi ensemble. Les garçons étaient les chefs, comme de bien entendu. Ils étaient les plus grands, les plus forts et puis c'étaient des garçons. On ne s'est jamais quittés. De temps en temps, on dîne ou on déjeune et on fait le point. On ne se dit pas forcément grand-chose. On vérifie qu'on est tous là. Voilà ma famille, se dit Clara Millet en mordillant le bout de son oreiller acheté chez les Compagnons d'Emmaüs. " Face à l'épreuve cette famille résistera-t-elle? L'amitié, l'amour, le respect de l'un pour l'autre seront-ils assez solides pour que tout ne vole pas en éclats? Encore une danse est le sixième roman de Katherine Pancol. Après Moi d'abord, La Barbare, Scarlett, si possible, Les hommes cruels ne courent pas les rues et Vu de l'extérieur. En 1994, elle publie Une si belle image, qui sera traduit dans le monde entier.

Yeniötesi Yazında Özkurmaca

Author : Ali Tilbe

ISBN10 : 1912997185

Publisher : Transnational Press London

Number of Pages : 236

Category : Literary Criticism

Viewed : 1667


Book Summary: Bu çalışmada, özkurmacanın açınımını anlayabilmek için, öncelikle Philippe Lejeune’ün yaklaşımıyla özyaşamöyküsü türünün tarihsel gelişimi ve niteliklerini belirlemeye çalışacağız. Çünkü özyaşamöyküsü, kuramsal olarak ilk benimsenen yazınsal benli anlatı türüdür. İkinci aşamada çalışmanın bütünlük kazanmasını sağlamak için, özkurmaca kavramının gelişim sürecinde ortaya çıkan değişik tanımlarını, Serge Doubrovsky, Vincent Colonna, Philippe Gasparini ve ilgili öteki kuramcı ve yazarların görüşlerine ve yapıtlarına başvurarak açımlamayı ve onu yeniötesicilik bağlamına yerleştirerek, öteki yakın türlerle yapısal, biçimsel, izleksel ilişkilerini ortaya koymayı deneyeceğiz. Bu bağlamda, kuşkusuz bir yaşamöyküsel anlatının yapısal ve biçimsel çözümlemesinde ayrıcalıklı bir yeri olan başta Gérard Genette olmak üzere, öyküsel söylem çözümlemesi yöntemini Philippe Lejeune, Emile Benveniste, Tzvetan Todorov, Tahsin Yücel, Mehmet Rifat ve öteki ilgili araştırmacıların kuramsal yapıtlarına başvurarak, ayrı bir bölümde temel göndergeleriyle açıklamaya çalışacağız. Özkurmaca kavramı, açık bir biçimde Yeniötesi dönemin bir ürünüdür. Bu nedenle, yeni (fr. moderne) ve yeniötesici (fr. postmoderniste) kurama özel bir bölüm açarak, yazınsal düzlemde yenilikçilikle (fr. modernisme) yeniötesicilik arasındaki benzerlikleri ve ayrıklıkları göstermeye çalışacağız. Daha sonra, özkurmaca kavramını yeniötesici ulamına yerleştirmeye ve günümüzde de süren son tartışmaları açımlamaya çaba göstereceğiz. Bu çalışmada, çok sayıda benli anlatı yazarının yapıtlarından örnekler verilirken, son bölümde son dönemin en önemli benli anlatı yazarlarından birisi olan Annie Ernaux’nun Passion simple ile L’Occupation adlı romanlarına özkurmaca bir okuma yapmak için özel bir bölüm açılacaktır. Çalışma boyunca en çok karşılaşılan zorluklardan biri, yabancı sözcüklere Türkçe karşılık bulmak için ortaya konan duyarlılıktan kaynaklanmaktadır. Kuşkusuz daha önce kullanılmış ya da bu çalışmada bu bağlamda ilk kez önerilen sözcük ve kavramlar tartışma konusu yapılmaya açıktır.