- Ethnolittérature: survie de l'ethnographe ou du romancier?
- Romance Notes
- Volume | Issue number
- 50 | 1
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- Number of pages
- Document type
- Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
- Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA)
- This article presents a hypothesis in which the author discusses the survival of two overlapping genres, such as ethnology
and romance, in a novel. Books such as "La Femme la plus riche du Yorkshire, by Fouad Laroui, "Nègre a Paris," by Bernard
Dadié, and "Lettres Persannes," by Charles de Montesquieu including character interactions are examined. A discussion on the
evolution of literature and globalization is also presented..
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