Robbe-Grillet


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Robbe-Grillet

Alain . born 1922, French novelist and screenwriter. Author of The Voyeur (1955), Jealousy (1957), and Djinn (1981): he is one of the leading practitioners of the antinovel
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Uno de los ejes tematicos de Gallinas de madera versa sobre el oficio de escribir, a traves de dos literatos: Hrabal y Robbe-Grillet.
Fragola and Smith state that in Last Year at Marienbad, Robbe-Grillet offers intricate games designed to undermine any ultimate explanation of the events, also undermining any attempt to impose rational order, linear time, or plausible explanation on the filmic world (we are active participants in the dream).
Robbe-Grillet requires that his reader share in creating the work, and is a visionary who seeks to discover unfamiliar ways of seeing.
La Maison de Rendez-vous by Alain Robbe-Grillet, trans lated by Richard Howard
In this paper I am particularly interested in exploring Robbe-Grillet's insistence upon the cleansing power of vision, his refusal to go beyond an examination of the surface of things, his interest in the portrayal of phenomena as perceived, and the value of a phenomenological reading of Robbe-Grillet.
Constructing Meaning in the Spanish and French New Novel: Juan Benet and Alain Robbe-Grillet.
The aim of the present study is to examine and evaluate the intricate network of relationships that Robbe-Grillet has established between myth and the modern text, his formal and stylistic choices in La Jalousie, and his dialectical topology.
From his nouveaux romans to his provocative films to his controversial statements, Robbe-Grillet has challenged readers and spectators to see in a new way.
O conjunto formado pelas colaboracoes enviadas a Combat esta dividido em duas partes, uma primeira sobre a revirada da literatura em "escritura" e uma segunda sobre a revirada da escritura em "grau zero", sob o influxo das narrativas impassiveis do nouveau roman e do apaixonamento inicial de Barthes por Alain Robbe-Grillet.
Organized into five chapters along loosely chronological and thematic lines, the book benefits from Allemand's extensive knowledge of the nouveau roman (he has written widely on Robbe-Grillet and is the editor of the series Le Nouveau Roman en questions) and, especially his thorough preparation, his profound understanding of Butor's work, and the verve and intelligence he brings to this task.
Istanbul face aux regards: Visions, illusions, illuminations dans les arts et les recits des voyageurs francais aux XIXeme et XXeme siecles [sic], Theophile Gautier, Pierre Loti, Alain Robbe-Grillet.
The second brings together a number of documents: interviews with Robbe-Grillet and Butor, responses from Claude Simon to written questions, a letter from Philip Lejeune.