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Quand la Folie Parle: The Dialectic Effect of Madness in French Literature Since the Nineteenth Century

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Quand la folie parle: The Dialectic Effect of Madness in French Literature since the Nineteenth Century - Cheallaigh, Gillian Ni (Editor), and Jackson, Laura (Editor), and McIlvanney, Siobhan (Editor)
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Quand la folie parle presents a timely reinvigoration of the complex subject of madness and its literary manifestations. This stimulating study, authored by a range of young and talented international scholars, is of key importance in defining and refining our ongoing endeavours to theorise and analyse the literary representations of the problematics of mental health. By including discussions of texts that speak of madness as well as those that speak from madness, this volume demonstrates that, in fact, the non-sense of ...

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Quand la folie parle: The Dialectic Effect of Madness in French Literature since the Nineteenth Century 2014, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne

ISBN-13: 9781443853989

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