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life-writing concerns through, 126; rising influence of, 105–6; Semprun and, 78; as term, 161n15 Azaustre, Manolo, 75 Balibar, Etienne, 90–91 Balzac, Honoré de, 104 Baron Supervielle, Silvia, 109 Barth, John, 24, 49 Barthelme, Donald, 24, 49 Barthes, Roland: Camera Lucida, 61–62; “death of the author” notion, 56, 57, 63; Huston’s studies with, 23, 28 Bauman, Zygmunt, 91 Beaujour, Elizabeth Klosty, 20, 21 Beckett, Samuel, 5, 103; collaborators on translations, 144n44; commitment to bilingualism, 52–53, 124–25; End Game, 66; excisions by, 39, 53, 66; Federman influenced by, 52–56; first self-translation, 19; firstperson instability in, 54–56, 124; horror and revulsion at self-translation, 20, 21, 146n16; Krapp’s Last Tape, 56; Malone Dies/Malone meurt, 42, 124; “minorizing” language aesthetic, 27, 43; Molloy, 42, 124; poetics of language in self-translation, 21; prolificness of, 19–20; scholarship on, 144n46; self-translation as maintaining authority, 16–17, 18–19; “Suite”/”La Fin,” 19; universality of characters, 41–42; The Unnamable, 42, 124; Waiting for Godot, 53 Belleau, Rémy, 4 Ben Jelloun, Tahar, 22 Benoin, Daniel, 157n35 Abrahams, Annie: “painsong,” 135, 135–36 Abramovitsh, Shalom Yankev, 5, 17–18, 41 Actes Sud, 32, 139n5 Adam de la Halle, 67 Al Dante/Léo Scheer imprint, 51 Alexakis, Vassilis, 22, 69 “alienation effect,” 43 “ambilinguals,” 22, 107 analogies, 128–33 Anderson, Benedict, 99 Antin, Mary: The Promised Land, 163n49 Apter, Emily, 94, 133, 135 Artaud, Antonin, 27 Asturias, Miguel Angel, 108 Atelier littéraire radio show, 49, 51 Augustine, St.: Confessions, 107 authenticity: illusions of, 13–14, 156n29; as term, 82–83; textual, 21, 31, 67. See also language authenticity; verbal authenticity authorship: “death of the author” and, 56–57, 66, 67–68; Federman and, 24, 47–68, 132, 137; Internet and, 133–37; in medieval era, 67, 153n40; theories of, 48, 56–68 autobiography: autofiction distinguished from, 105–6; Federman’s project, 56–61, 65–66; Semprun’s narratives and, 76–82; truth and, 105; unrealistic expectations about, 81, 105 autofiction, 25; of Bianciotti, 102–3, 113–27, 132; bilinguality and, 102–3, 123–27; as blend of genre, 126–27; coinage of word, 103–4, 105; critical discussions of, 103–6; memory and, 120–23; narrated vs. narrating self in, 112; relocation of i n de x Index 168 Bruss, Elizabeth, 105 Butor, Michel, 104 Caillois, Roger, 107–8 Calveyra, Arnaldo, 109 Calvin, Jean, 4 Canada, French language and identity issues in, 27–28, 29–32 Canada Council for the Arts, 29–32 Carpentier, Alejo, 108 Casanova, Pascale: Atelier littéraire radio show, 49, 51; La République mondiale des lettres, 3–4, 9–10, 11, 141n23; The World Republic of Letters, 15–17, 18, 74, 108, 113– 14, 162n26 Cauwet, Laurent, 51 Celan, Paul, 159n45 Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 27, 104 Cerquiglini, Bernard: In Praise of the Variant, 57, 67, 68, 153n40 Cervantes, Miguel, 104 Chamberlain, Lori, 13 Chang, Young-hae, 134, 137 Cioran, E. M., 19, 114 Cohn, Ruby Haykin: Samuel Beckett, 151n13 Colonna, Vincent, 104 Compagnon, Antoine, 137 Coover, Robert, 24, 49 Corneille, Pierre: Le Cid, 80 Cortanze, Gérard de, 159n56 Cortázar, Julio, 108; Rayuela (Hopscotch), 109 Cronin, Michael, 136 Culler, Jonathan: Structuralist Poetics, 148n33, 156n25 Damrosch, David, 10–11, 92 Darío, Ruben, 108, 114 De Man, Paul: “Autobiography as De-Facement,” 161n15 “death of the author,” 56–57, 66, 67–68 Deleuze, Gilles, 27, 28, 43 dépaysement, 43, 156n29 Derrida, Jacques, 13; Deconstruction and Criticism, 141–42n27; The Ear of the Other, 141–42n27; Le monolinguisme de l’autre, 122–23 Descartes, René, 17 Devi, Ananda, 8, 22 Devoir, Le, 30 “differential literary bilingualism,” 17 digital literature, self-translation and, 26, 133–36 Dimock, Wai Chee, 127 Dinesen, Isak. See Blixen, Karen Benveniste, Émile: “De la subjectivité dans le langage,” 111–12 Berman, Antoine: L’épreuve de l’étranger, 85, 88, 156n31 Bianciotti, Hector, 22; Académie française acceptance speech, 101–2; El amor no es amado, 101, 102, 109–10; autofiction concept and, 102–3, 113–27, 132; “La barque sur le Neckar”/”La Barca en el Néckar,” 101–2, 110; “Bonsoir les choses d’ici-bas,” 110; La Busca del jardín, 110–12, 113; Ce que la nuit raconte au jour, 102, 110, 114–17, 163n42; Comme la trace de l’oiseau dans l’air, 102, 110, 119–23; Les déserts dorés/Los desiertos dorados, 107, 109, 162n31; Detrás del rostro que nos mira, 162n29; genre...

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9780810132061
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9780810132047
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930760533
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185
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2016-01-01
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English
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