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In the flesh of the text : the poetry of Marie-Claire Bancquart

Auteur : Peter Broome
Éditeur: Amsterdam ; New York, NY : Rodopi, ©2008.
Collection: Collection monographique Rodopi en littérature française contemporaine, 47.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : FrançaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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This closely focused study of the inner movements, dynamic tensions and tactile richness of an intensely sensual but deeply searching poetry, is the first full-length monograph devoted to one of France{u2019}s foremost contemporary woman poets. Marie-Claire Bancquart{u2019}s work explores, primarily through the vulnerabilities and sensitivities of the body (hence this book{u2019}s {u2018}carnal{u2019} title), the  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Personne nommée: Marie Claire Bancquart; Marie-Claire Bancquart
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Peter Broome
ISBN: 9789042023666 904202366X
Numéro OCLC: 225870314
Description: 270 pages ; 22 cm.
Contenu: IntroductionMemoire d'abolieDefinitionOpportunite des oiseauxTrainsOpera des limitesSuite au dieu-luneSans lieu sinon l'attenteCariatidesEnigmatiquesCarnetLa vie, lieu-ditHabitee par une tendresseLa paix saigneeA la morteBio-BibliographyIndex of proper names
Titre de collection: Collection monographique Rodopi en littérature française contemporaine, 47.
Responsabilité: Peter Broome.

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This closely focused study of the inner movements, dynamic tensions and tactile richness of an intensely sensual but deeply searching poetry, is the first full-length monograph devoted to one of France{u2019}s foremost contemporary woman poets. Marie-Claire Bancquart{u2019}s work explores, primarily through the vulnerabilities and sensitivities of the body (hence this book{u2019}s {u2018}carnal{u2019} title), the possibility of releasing a cry: a salvation of language and spirit from indifference, abstraction and dehumanisation, a celebration of a moment{u2019}s reunion with the recreative vitality of the physical universe, an act of love in its most private yet cosmic expression. Bancquart has described her language as a {u2018}braille of the living{u2019}: minimal, interrupted and riddled with obscurities and gaps of the unsayable, but apprehending the world and composing its significance in a singularly tactile translation. This study will appeal to those keen to discover one of the most original voices of present-day European poetry, the distinctive poetic resonances of one of its most self-aware and vibrant female sensibilities, and the provocative orientations of {u2018}new writing{u2019} traversed by the dilemmas and paradoxes of our own era. --

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