Dominique Poncelet publishes article in The French Review

Dominique Poncelet, professor of French and Francophone studies, is the author of “Le livre comme tombeau litteraire: Franz et Francois de Francois Weyergans et D’autres vies que la mienne d’Emmanuel Carrere” (“The Book as a Literary Tomb in Franz and Francois by Francois Weyergans and Lives Other Than Mine by Emmanuel Carrere”).

The article was published in volume 93.2 of The French Review in December 2019.


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