Claude Simon : le temps dans l'espace / Alastair B. Duncan

Claude Simon : le temps dans l'espace / Alastair B. Duncan. In colloque international "Claude Simon géographe" organisé par l'Équipe Littérature et Herméneutique du laboratoire Patrimoine Littérature Histoire (PLH) de l'Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail. Toulouse : Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 26-27 mai 2011.

Alastair B. Duncan analyse la manière dont Histoire et Géographie se conjuguent dans la roman de Claude Simon, "Les corps conducteu
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