So over the rainbow? The singular plurality of Martineau and Ducastel's Drole de Felix

Hardwick, Joe (2011). So over the rainbow? The singular plurality of Martineau and Ducastel's Drole de Felix. In Jo McCormack, Murray Pratt and Alistair Rolls (Ed.), Hexagonal variations: Diversity, plurality and reinvention in contemporary France (pp. 101-117) New York, United States: Rodopi.

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Author Hardwick, Joe
Title of chapter So over the rainbow? The singular plurality of Martineau and Ducastel's Drole de Felix
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So over the rainbow? The singular plurality of Martineau and Ducastel's Drole de Felix
Title of book Hexagonal variations: Diversity, plurality and reinvention in contemporary France
Place of Publication New York, United States
Publisher Rodopi
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Faux titre
ISBN 9789042032453
9789042032460
Editor Jo McCormack
Murray Pratt
Alistair Rolls
Volume number 359
Chapter number 5
Start page 101
End page 117
Total pages 17
Total chapters 22
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Hexagonal Variations provides an essential overview of key debates about contemporary French society and culture. Concise, challenging and comprehensive, its chapters each address the processes of change and redefinition that characterise France today. Contributors analyse and situate cinematic, literary, online and visual texts, mediatic, political and everyday discourses, in each case pinpointing how diversity, plurality and reinvention inflect cultural and social evolution in France. The chapters in the collection share a key set of thematic concerns and raise topics for debate among scholars and students alike. Central to these are questions about Franceżs uncertain place and role in Europe and the wider world; the morphing topography of its capital; and the many conundrums posed by the persistence of Republican paradigms in a global environment. If France is no longer the exception, what are the versions and varieties of being French that are lived, thought and imagined in the new millennium? [Back cover]
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