Louis Aragon | Critical Essay by Richard J. Scaldini

This literature criticism consists of approximately 21 pages of analysis & critique of Louis Aragon.
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Critical Essay by Richard J. Scaldini

SOURCE: Scaldini, Richard J. “Les Aventures de Télémaque, or Alienated in Ogygia.” Yale French Studies, no. 57 (1979): 164-79.

In the following essay, Scaldini examines modernity in Aragon's Les Aventures de Télémaque.

In Je n'ai jamais appris à écrire, ou les incipit Aragon informs us that he learned to read from Fénelon's didactic novel Les Aventures de Télémaque.1 He also tells us that his own Dadaist Aventures de Télémaque, published in 1922 and “correcting” (in the Ducassian sense of the term) Fénelon's original, could only evolve “insofar as, in the decor of the Odyssey, my life, my modern preoccupations, could disrupt its development.&#x...

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