Volume 56, Number 2, Summer 2016

Table of Contents

French Autopathography

Guest Editor: Steven Wilson

Articles

Introduction: Embodiment, Identity, and the Patient’s Story

pp. 1-11
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De la création à la mutilation : Les récits d’Adèle Lauzier, femme, artiste et folle au XIXe siècle

pp. 12-24
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“Je-sans-moi”: Patients, Pain, and Painlessness in Malraux’s Lazare

pp. 25-37
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“Je ne sais plus du tout qui je suis”: The Phenomenology of Cancer in Anne Cuneo’s Une cuillerée de bleu

pp. 38-51
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Fragments d’un corps : L’écriture du SIDA dans les ouvrages d’Hervé Guibert

pp. 52-63
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Humoral Immunity in Recent HIV/AIDS Narratives

pp. 64-78
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“De simple malade j’étais devenu un handicapé”: Interrogating the Construction of ‘Disability’ in Jean-Dominique Bauby’s Le scaphandre et le papillon

pp. 79-92
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Le scaphandre et le papillon: Autopathography, the Locked-In Self, and Schnabel’s Cinema of Embodiment

pp. 93-107
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Voicing Abjection: Narratives of Anorexia in Contemporary French Women’s (Life-)Writing

pp. 108-120
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Dependence and Masculinity in Contemporary French Writing about Disability

pp. 121-134
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Book Reviews

Vietnam and the Colonial Condition of French Literature by Leslie Barnes (review)

pp. 135-136
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Cosa volante: Le désir des arts dans la pensée de Jean-Luc Nancy by Ginette Michaud (review)

p. 136
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