In het spoor van Emile Zola. De narratologische code(s) van het Europese naturalisme

For the first time since Chevrels seminal monography Le naturalisme: étude d’un mouvement littéraire international (1982), this study presents an encompassing approach to European naturalism. By means of a logical theoretical framework drawing on both comparative literature and narratology, Pieter B...

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Main Author: Borghart, Pieter
Format: eBook
Language:Dutch
Published: Gent Academia Press 2006
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