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Gavronsky, Serge, Toward a New Poetics: Contemporary Writing in France, University of California Press, 1994.

Avant-garde French poetry and prose have been changing quite liberally in the late twentieth century. Gavronsky's collection of twelve interviews with some of France's most important writers explores these developments. The interviews include writers discussing their own creative processes as well as an overview of current literary theory.

Hollier, Denis, and R. Howard Bloch, eds., A New History of French Literature, Harvard University Press, 1994.

A recent collection of essays by both American and European literary scholars, this book discusses various movements, genres, and circumstances of French literature from the ninth century through the twentieth century.

McIlvanney, Siobhan, Annie Ernaux: The Return to Origins, Liverpool University Press, 2001.

This book is literary criticism of Ernaux's extensive body of work.

Solomon, Andrew, The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression, Scribner's, 2001.

Solomon, an award-winning novelist, began suffering from...

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