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Baneth-Nouailhetas, Emilienne L.

Overview
Works: 10 works in 31 publications in 2 languages and 332 library holdings
Genres: Conference proceedings  Criticism, interpretation, etc  History 
Roles: Publishing director, Editor
Classifications: PN873, 809
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Most widely held works by Emilienne L Baneth-Nouailhetas
Le roman anglo-indien : de Kipling à Paul Scott by Emilienne L Baneth-Nouailhetas ( Book )
3 editions published in 1999 in French and held by 97 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
La critique, le critique ( Book )
6 editions published in 2005 in French and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Comparer l'étranger : enjeux du comparatisme en littérature ( Book )
6 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in French and held by 66 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The god of small things, Arundhati Roy by Emilienne L Baneth-Nouailhetas ( Book )
3 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Comparer l'étranger : enjeux du comparatisme en littérature : [actes des journées d'étude organisées en 2004-2005] ( Book )
3 editions published in 2006 in French and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
La question postcoloniale ( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
LE ROMAN ANGLO-INDIEN DE RUDYARD KIPLING A PAUL SCOTT : DISCOURS COLONIAL ET DISCOURS POETIQUE by Emilienne L Baneth-Nouailhetas ( Book )
4 editions published in 1995 in French and Undetermined and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
CE TRAVAIL A POUT BUT DE SOULIGNER LES MARQUES DE GENERICITE QUI PERMETTENT DE FAIRE VALOIR L'UNITE DE LA FICTION ANGLO-INDIENNE. EN EXAMINANT DES OEUVRES ROMANESQUES DE R. KIPLING (KIN), F.A STELL (ON THE FACE OF THE WATERS), A. PERRIN (THE WOMAN IN THE BAZAAR), E.M. FORSTER (A PASSAGE TO INDIA), G. ORWELL (BURMESE DAYS) ET PAUL SCOTT (THE RAJ QUARTET), L'ETUDE Y RELEVE LA PREPONDERANCE DU DISCOURS IDEOLOGIQUE, ELEMENT INDISPENSABLE DE LA FICTION COLONIALE ET ANGLO-INDIENNE. LE DISCOURS COLONIAL Y EST INTEGRE COMME UN INSTRUMENT DE LA REFLEXION NARRATIVE SUR LES MODALITES DE PRODUCTION DU TEXTE LITTERAIRE. IL ENGENDRE AINSI UN DISCOURS POETIQUE DONT L'EVOLUTION DANS LA CHRONOLOGIE DES OEUVRES TEMOIGNE DE LA SPECIFICITE ET DU DYNAMISME DE L'ECRITURE ANGLO-INDIENNE. LE DISCOURS IDEOLOGIQUE COLONIAL FONDE EN EFFET UNE CERTAINE APPROCHE ROMANESQUE, S'IMPOSANT A DES RECITS QUI SONT TOUJOURS SUBORDONNES A LA DOCTRINE : QU'IL SOIT UNE DEMONSTRATION DE LA DOCTRINE OU SON INVALIDATION, LE RECIT NE PEUT EVITER DE S'Y REFERER CAR LA SITUATION COLONIALE EST LE CONTEXTE QUI REND LE RECIT POSSIBLE. LE DISCOURS IDEOLOGIQUE EST DONC TOUJOURS L'ANTECEDENT DU RECIT ANGLO-INDIEN MAIS IL DEVIENT VECTEUR DE CREATION ROMANESQUE ET D'INNOVATION : LES ROMANS SUCCESSIFS ENRICHISSENT UNE QUETE POETIQUE INFINIE EN RECHERCHANT LES MOYENS DE S'AFFRANCHIR DE CETTE EMPREINTE HYPOTEXTUELLE
Réception britannique et française du poète indo-anglais Rabindranath Tagore (1912 -1930) by Fabien Chartier ( Book )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Tagore's destiny was settled in 1913, when he won the Nobel Prize for Literature for a book of poems transposed from Bengali into English and edited by Yeats. In Britain and in France, which he visited several times, meeting famous writers and giving lectures, he built up a solid reputation. His work aroused an ambivalent reaction of fascination and repulsion, which, after coverage in the media unprecedented for an Asian writer, spread outside elite circles. The division between supporters of Tagore and his opponents arose within a wider ideological rift in which the points at issue were the mysterious, mystical and spiritual East, that was then puzzling many intellectuals; a synthesis of East and West for which Tagore was specifically calling; and colonisation, which was then threatened by Indian nationalists. The opposing reactions that Tagore provoked were less a matter of literature than of ideology and politics, at a peculiar time when mankind was about to become immersed in two world wars and subjected to dictatorships, and when India, led by Gandhi, was fighting for its freedom. From 1912 until 1930, Tagore, the writer, artist and educator, had become a public figure whose words were often distorted, whom people tried to manipulate for political reasons and who might therefore appear inconsistent. Between the symbol and the myth, rationalism and mysticism, the aura of Tagore has to a large extent remained as part of the world's collective memory: still very lively in Bengal, it has ceased to bewitch France, where little effort has been made to revive it
Poétiques de la langue autre dans le roman indien d'expression anglaise by Lise Guilhamon ( Book )
2 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Les romanciers indiens anglophones dramatisent en permanence, au sein de leur fiction, le rapport d'altérité qu'ils entretiennent avec leur langue de création: écrivant dans une langue héritée du processus colonial, et s'adressant à un lectorat hétérogène, dont les références sont compliquées par les phénomènes contemporains de diaspora, de migration et de mondialisation, ces auteurs placent au cœur de leur entreprise de création les questions étroitement imbriquées de la langue et de l'Autre, de la langue de l'Autre, et de la langue autre. La question de la langue dans le roman indien d'expression anglaise, qui a, le cas échéant, inspiré un certain nombre d'études, a rarement été envisagée dans sa spécificité poétique : c'est tout l'objet du présent travail. Le roman indien anglophone propose en effet une réflexion sur les modalités mêmes de la création littéraire : sur la façon, notamment, dont la littérature réinvente sans cesse la langue, et sur le littéraire comme travail de l'altérité dans la langue
Postcolonizing France by Emilienne L Baneth-Nouailhetas ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Baneth-Nouailhetas, Émilienne
Nouailhetas, Emilienne Baneth-
Nouailhetas, Émilienne L. Baneth-
Languages
French (26)
English (4)