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French and Francophone Language and Literature

2004

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Rewriting, Rereading Récidive, Brian G. Kennelly Jul 2004

Rewriting, Rereading Récidive, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

Author of some dozen works of homoerotic fiction, two polemical essays, and recipient of the 1973 Prix Médicis1, Tony Duvert published his first novel Récidive in 1967. Seven years later he rewrote it, ultimately publishing a much shorter version in 1976 - which for reviewer A. Thiher resembles what the prose of Jean Genet might have become were it to have been rewritten by Alain Robbe-Grillet. This disturbing work by one of France's most aggressively homosexual writers, a self-proclaimed "pédhomophile" (L'Enfant 21), has largely escaped critical attention. In the only study to focus on Récidive to date, John ...


Au-Delà De Leurs Doléances, Au Nom De L’In-Nocence: Renaud Camus And The Political, Brian G. Kennelly Apr 2004

Au-Delà De Leurs Doléances, Au Nom De L’In-Nocence: Renaud Camus And The Political, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

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