Littérature: évolution et émergence Étude comparée des romans qu
The very notion of World Literature seems to be a fractured one as it privileges only a particular section of World Literature, mainly from Western Europe and USA. In other words, the rest of the literatures emanating from developing and the postcolonial countries are often overlooked. Do these literatures stand a chance to become a part of the mainstream literature? The present book argues that both the Quebecker literature, a young literature, and its Bengali counterpart, a rejuvenated Indian literature, possess a tremendous potential to be placed in the front ranks of World Literature. The book is an endeavour to show how such reassessment and evolution has been instrumental in turning ‘marginal literatures’ into major literary players of the world.
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