The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction
By Donna Wilkerson-Barker.
"The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction appeals widely to readers interested in the transformations literature has undergone in visual culture. Advancing the compelling argument that literary space functions as a space of critical reflection on and within image culture, Donna Wilkerson-Barker explores the centrality of media spectatorship in the novels of Genet, Guibert, and Bouraoui. The result is a new understanding of the dynamic intersections between bookspace and cyberspace within the developing landscape of postmodern literacy."-Publisher
New York : Peter Lang, 2003.
vi, 177 p. ; 24 cm.
Series: American university studies. Series II, Romance languages and literatures ; v. 227
French and Francophone Language and Literature | Modern Languages
Modern Languages and Cultures
Wilkerson-Barker, Donna, "The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction" (2003). Brockport Bookshelf. 225.