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n French Studies in Southern Africa - La littérature française dans l'oeuvre romanesque d'André Brink

Volume 2005, Issue 34
  • ISSN : 0259-0247
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Abstract

André Brink's writing is characterised by an evident will desire to make his texts a meeting point of other texts from writers worldwide. The author has lived in France and a good knowledge of the French language has certainly opened its literary and cultural world to him. This paper attempts to explore the French intertextuality in his works by describing its forms, functions and significations. The aim is to show the important role it plays in his quest for identity as a man and as writer.

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