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Editorial Work

Monographs

Sex, Sea, and Self

Forthcoming, September 2021. Sex, Sea, and Self: Sexuality and Nationalism in French Caribbean Discourses 1924-1948. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, forthcoming, September 2021. Available for purchase in the UK here and in the US here and here.

Description

Sex, Sea, and Self reassesses the place of the French Antilles and French Caribbean literature within current postcolonial thought and visions of the Black Atlantic. Using a feminist lens, this study examines neglected twentieth-century French texts by Black writers from Martinique and Guadeloupe, making the analysis of some of these texts available to readers of English for the first time. This interdisciplinary study of female and male authors reconsiders their political strategies and the critical role of French creoles in the creation of their own history. This approach recalibrates overly simplistic understandings of the victimization and alienation of French Caribbean people. In the systems of cultural production under consideration, sexuality constitutes an instrument of political and cultural consciousness in the chaotic period between 1924 and 1948. Studying sexual imagery constructed around female bodies demonstrates the significance of agency and the legacy of the past in cultural resistance and political awareness. Sex, Sea, and Self particularly highlights Antillean women intellectuals’ theoretical contributions to Caribbean critical theory. Therefore, this analysis illuminates debates on the multifaceted and conflicted relationships between France and its overseas departments and expands ideas of nationhood in the Black Atlantic and the Americas.

Sex, Sea and Self brings cutting-edge critical analyses of overlooked texts to a broad scholarly audience. It is a timely and original contribution to French Caribbean studies.”
Anny Dominique Curtius, University of Iowa

Author Information

Jacqueline Couti is Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Rice University, Houston, Texas.


Dangerous Creole Liaisons: Sexuality and Nationalism in French Caribbean Discourses from 1806 to 1897. Liverpool:Liverpool University Press, 2016.
Available for purchase here.

Critical Editions



Ed., Les amours de Zémédare et Carina. By Auguste Traversay de Sansac. Collection Autrement Mêmes. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2017.
Critical, annotated edition with an introduction to the 1806 novel.
The introduction can be read here.

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Ed., Maïotte. By Jenny Manet. Collection Autrement Mêmes. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2014.
Critical, annotated edition with an introduction to the 1896 novel.
The introduction can be read here.

Special Issues

Ed. with Kathleen Gyssels, “‘Mines de rien’: L’Antillaise et l’Afropéenne face aux tropologies, entre mythes et réalités au fil du temps.” Special issue, Essays in French Literature and Culture 56 (October 2019; peer-reviewed Australian journal). 

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Ed., “Discourses of Trans/National Identity in Caribbean Literature.” Special issue, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CRCL/RCLC) 38.1 (March 2011).
Can be read here.

Other Contribution

Archivist for the collective volume on Aimé Césaire, Poésie, Théâtre, Essais. Paris: CNRS edition, Planète libre, 2013.
Read about it here.

Book chapters

Forthcoming in Spring 2020.“Lumina Sophie, Nineteenth-Century Martinique.” In Women Claiming Freedom: Gender, Race, and Liberty in the Americas, ed. Erica L. Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri L. Snyder. Gender and Slavery Series. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in Spring 2020.

“‘Am I My Sister’s Keeper?’ Race, Class, Violence, Diasporic Spaces, and Fight for Equality in the Works of Suzanne Lacascade, Jane and Paulette Nardal, Maïotte Capecia, and Gisèle Pineau.” In Black French Women and the Struggle for Equality, 1848-2016, ed. Félix Germain and Silyane Larcher, 129-148. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2018.
Book available here.

Introduction to Les amours de Zémédare et Carina, by Auguste Traversay de Sansac, vii-xli, ed. Jacqueline Couti. Collection Autrement Mêmes. Paris, France: L’Harmattan, 2017.
Book available here.

“Hors de soi: Dissociation et réintégration corporelles dans C’est vole que je vole (1998) de la martiniquaise Nicole Cage-Florentiny.” In Amour, Sexe, Genre et Trauma dans la Caraïbe Francophone, ed. Gladys M. Francis, 169-180. Paris, France: L’Harmattan, 2016. 
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

“The Mythology of the Doudou: Sexualizing Black Female Bodies, Constructing Culture in the French Caribbean.” In Provocations: A Transnational Reader in the History of Feminist Thought, ed. Susan Bordo, 131-143. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2015.
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

“Birthing Chaos: Two-Faced Women, Cultural Conflict and Betrayal in Créoliste Writings.” In Critical Perspectives on Conflict in Caribbean Societies of the Late 20th and Early 21stCenturies, ed. Patricia Donatien and Rodolphe Solbiac, 31-50. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

“Migrations de corps meurtris et de rêves brisés: vision culturaliste de la nation dans Mamzelle Libellule et Morne Pichevin de Raphaël Confiant. ” In Genre et migrations postcoloniales : lectures croisées de la norme, ed. Yolaine Parisot and Nadia Ouabdelmoumen, 69-84. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2013. 
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

Postface [Afterword] to new edition of novel Une Femme Chambardée by Dominique Lancastre, 169-175. Paris: Editions Fortuna, 2013.
Book available here.

“Topographie d’une masculinité malaisée: Corps féminin et espace domestique chez T. Ben Jelloun et P. Chamoiseau.” In Mémoires et imaginaires du Maghreb et de la Caraïbe, ed. Samia Kassab-Charfi and Mohamed Bahi, 163-182. Paris, France: Edition Honoré Champion, 2013.
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

“Seduction and Power: Battle of the Sexes in Ken Bugul’s Riwan ou Le chemin de sable, Calixthe Beyala’s Comment cuisiner son mari à l’africaine, and Mongo Beti’s Le pauvre Christ de Bomba.” In Emergent Perspectives on Ken Bugul, ed. Ada Uzoamaka Azodo and Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier, 163-181. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009.
Chapter can be read here, book available here.

Articles

Forthcoming Spring 2020. “Le conte créole: Langue et pouvoir à l’époque contemporaine,” in “La France en récit,” 20th anniversary issue, Cités: Philosophie, Politique, Histoire, forthcoming Spring 2020.

(and Kathleen Gyssels), “Aux ‘Mariannes noires’, la France afropéenne,” in “‘Mines de rien’: L’Antillaise et l’Afropéenne face aux tropologies, entre mythes et réalités au fil du temps,” ed. Kathleen Gyssels and Jacqueline Couti, special issue, Essays in French Literature and Culture 56 (October 2019): 5-22.
Full article

“Flambeau d’insoumission: Mémorialisation de Lumina Sophie, dite Surprise, à la Martinique,” in “‘Mines de rien’: L’Antillaise et l’Afropéenne face aux tropologies, entre mythes et réalités au fil du temps,” ed. Jacqueline Couti and Kathleen Gyssels, special issue, Essays in French Literature and Culture 56 (October 2019): 75-92.
Article preview on ProQuest

(and Jason C. Grant), “Man up! Masculinity and (Homo)sexuality in René Depestre’s Transatlantic World,” in “Humanities: Unsilencing Black Sexuality in the African Diaspora,” ed. Tara Green, special issue, Humanities 8.3 (2019): 150. https://doi.org/10.3390/h8030150
(International, scholarly, peer-reviewed, open-access journal).
Full article

“Hors de soi: Dissociation et réintégration corporelles dans C’est vole que je vole de la martiniquaise Nicole Cage-Florentiny,” Vents Alizés, 2016

“La Doudou contre-attaque: Féminisme noir, sexualisation et doudouisme en question dans l’entre-deux-guerres,” in “Du côté obscur: Féminismes Noirs/From The Dark Side: Black Feminisms,” special issue, Comment s’en sortir 1(2015): 111-39.
(feminist peer-reviewed journal published in France).
Full article

“Le Bourreau et la victime: Politiques du corps et des rapports sociaux des sexes dans l’œuvre de Gisèle Pineau.” Nouvelles Études Francophones 27.2 (2013): 74-89. 
Full article

“‘Le chant du koké’ de Patrick Chamoiseau: rapport des sexes, marquage phallique et politique de négociation culturelle,” in “Tracées de Patrick Chamoiseau, ” ed. Samia Kassab-Charfi, special issue, Interculturel Francophonies 22(Nov/Dec 2012): 47-64.
(peer-reviewed journal published in Italy).
Full article

“Sexual Edge in the Tropics: Colonization, Recolonization and Rewriting the Black Female Body in Raphaël Confiant’s Le Nègre et l’Amiral and Reverend Isaac Teale’s ‘Sable Venus: An Ode’ (1764),” in “Placing the Archipelago: Interconnections and Extensions,” special issue, Sargasso I & II (2010-2011): 129-145.
Full article

“L’errance d’exil et le recadrage mémoriel dans Pélagie-la-Charrette d’Antonine Maillet et Chronique des sept misères de Patrick Chamoiseau,” Romance Studies 29.2 (April 2011): 93-107.
(international, fully refereed journal devoted to the study of the Romance literatures and cultures, England). 
Full article

“Dreaming the Other, Dreaming the Self: Construction and Reconstruction of Trans/National Identity in Caribbean Literature,” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/ Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CRCL/RCLC) 38.1 (March 2011): 5-13.
Full article

“Politiques culturelles des sexes: Erotisme féminin et nationalisme chez Rafael Luis Sánchez, Raphaël Confiant et Patrick Chamoiseau,” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/ Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CRCL/RCLC) 38.1 (March 2011): 120-137.
(journal published in Canada).
Full article

“Tambour-Ka, Cyclones, and Awakenings of Body and Spirit in Pineau’s Macadam Dreams,” in “Francophone Women Writers,” ed. Sarah Barbour and Gerise Herndon, special issue, Mango Season 1.1 (April 2007): 67-83.
Full article

“Au sommet du mât: érotisme et masculinité dans Le mât de cocagne de René Depestre.” Cincinnati Romance Review 25 (2006): 45-63.
Full article

Translations

“L’insignifiant garçon peintre,” by David Dabydeen. Critique: Aux quatre vents de la Caraïbe 711-712 (2006): 787-796.
(French journal).
Article preview on Cairn

Book Reviews

Slave Old Man: A Novel, by Patrick Chamoiseau, trans. Linda Coverdale, Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 52:1 (Spring 2019): 155-157. https://doi.org/10.1080/08905762.2019.1619416
Preview on Taylor & Francis Online.

Kaiama L. Glover and Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken, éd. Revisiting Marie Vieux Chauvet: Paradoxes of the Postcolonial Feminine. Yale French Studies 128. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 2016.  French Review 91.3 (2018): 201-202.
Available for order here.

Abbé Casimir Dugoujon, Lettres sur l’esclavage et l’abolition dans les colonies françaises. Ed. Nelly Schmidt. In series Autrement Mêmes. L’Harmattan, 2015. NCFS Nineteenth-Century French Studies 45.3-4 (2017).
Available to read here.

Régine Michelle Jean-Charles, Conflict Bodies: The Politics of Rape Representation in the Francophone Imaginary, in Postcolonial Text, 9. 4 (2014).
Available to read here.

Doris Y. Kadish, Fathers, Daughters, and Slaves: Women Writers and French Colonial Slavery. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2012. New West Indian Guide (NWIG) 88.3-4 (2014):  411-413. https://doi.org/10.1163/22134360-08803046
Available to read here.

Littérature francophone contemporaine: Essais sur le dialogue et les frontières directed by Samira Belyazid. Lewiston, ME: Edwin Mellen Press (2008). Revue de l’Université de Moncton 40.1 (2009): 129-134.
Available to read here.

Friends and Enemies: The Scribal Politics of Post/Colonial Literature by Chris Bongie. New West Indian Guide (NWIG) 85.1-2 (2011): 152-154.
Available to read here.

Passages. Écritures francophones, théories postcoloniales: Revue Littérature 154 (2009).
Available to read here.

Writings from the Hearth: Public, Domestic, and Imaginative Space in Francophone Women’s Fiction of Africa and the Caribbean by Mildred Mortimer. New West Indian Guide (NWIG), 83.3-4 (Winter 2009): 239-331.
Available to read here.

Race, Culture, and Identity: Francophone West African and Caribbean Literature and Theory from Négritude to Créolité by Shireen K. Lewis. New West Indian Guide (NWIG) 82.3-4 (Winter 2008): 327-329.
Available to read here.

Online Publications

“Like Bruce Banner,” Pluton-Magazine (2019).
https://pluton-magazine.com/2019/10/24/like-dr-bruce-banner/

“Hear (Her) Hear (Her),” Rice Feminist Forum (2019).
https://ricefeministforum.org/hear-her-hear-her/

“Bounce Theory,” Sliver of Stone Magazine 17 (November 2018).
https://sliverofstonemagazine.com/bounce-theory-by-jacqueline-couti/

“Masculine Desire and Gothic Sex in Post-Revolutionary Caribbean Literature, 1806-1835.” Post #3 in “Roundtable.” In Sexing Histories of Revolution, on website The Age of Revolution.
https://ageofrevolutions.com/2017/04/24/masculine-desire-and-gothic-sex-in-post-revolutionary-caribbean-literature-1806-1835/

“Une poétique du corps dansant: Quand la hanche se met en liesse,” Pluton-Magazine (2016).
https://pluton-magazine.com/2016/10/28/poetique-corps-dansant-hanche-se-met-liesse/

Impact of Research – work reviewed, cited, or referenced

REVIEWED

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Anny Curtius, New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids Volume 92 Issue 1-2 (2018): 166–168.  
Can be read here.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Jason Hong, sx salon 28, June 2018, “Locating Corporeality in Another Corpus: The Creole Woman in French Caribbean Discourses.”
Can be read here.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Grégory Pierrot, H-France Review Vol. 18 (March 2018), No. 58, 1-4.
Can be read here.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Harpin, Tina, Études littéraires africaines 44 (2017): 214–216. https://doi.org/10.7202/1051557ar
Can be read here.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Bulletin of Francophone Postcolonial Studies, (Spring 2017):25-26, Vanessa Lee.
Can be read here.

Maïotte by Jenny Manet. In Nineteenth-Century French Studies 43.3-4, Lindsey Scott.
Can be read here.

Maïotte by Jenny Manet. In Complément à Généalogie et Histoire de la Caraïbe 17 (2015).
Can be read here.

“Topographie d’une masculinité malaisée: Corps féminin et espace domestique chez T. Ben Jelloun et P. Chamoiseau.” In Elizabeth Belivacqua, “Œuvres générales et autres francophonies.” Ponti/Ponts. Langues littératures civilisations des Pays Francophones 13 (2013): 321-314, 335-336.

“Seduction and Power: Battle of the Sexes in Ken Bugul’s Riwan ou Le chemin de sable, Calixthe Beyala’s Comment cuisiner son mari à l’africaine, and Mongo Beti’s Le pauvre Christ de Bomba.” In Emergent Perspectives on Ken Bugul. Ed. Ada Uzoamaka Azodo and Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009. 163-181. Reviewed by Nathalie Etoke in Research in African Literatures, 40.4 (Winter 2009): 192-193.

“Seduction and Power: Battle of the Sexes in Ken Bugul’s Riwan ou Le chemin de sable, Calixthe Beyala’s Comment cuisiner son mari à l’africaine, and Mongo Beti’s Le pauvre Christ de Bomba.” In Emergent Perspectives on Ken Bugul. Ed. Ada Uzoamaka Azodo and Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009. 163-181. Reviewed by Natalie Edwards in Women in French Studies, 17.4 (2008): 183.

CITED

“Le Bourreau et la victime: Politiques du corps et des rapports sociaux des sexes dans l’œuvre de Gisèle Pineau.” In Edwards, Natalie. Multilingual Life Writing by French and Francophone Women. New York: Routledge, 2019. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429054877

 “Dangerous Creole Liaisons.” In Margrave, Christie. Environment and Identity in the Nineteenth-CenturyFrench Caribbean Novel: Traversay’s Les amours de Zémédare et Carina and Bergeaud’s Stella, Dix-Neuf, 23:3-4 (2019), 171-182, see p. 172, p. 173 (7 citations).

“La romance nationale transatlantique: amour, famille et patrie,”  (introduction to the novel Les amours de Zémédare et Carina). In Margrave, Christie, “Environment and Identity in the Nineteenth-Century French Caribbean Novel: Traversay’s Les amours de Zémédare et Carina and Bergeaud’s Stella,” Dix-Neuf, 23:3-4 (Nov. 2019): 171-182. See p. 172, p 173 (7 citations on that page).

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Prasad, Pratima. “Colour and Conflict in Nineteenth-Century Île Bourbon: the Case of the Affaire Houat,” Dix-Neuf (Oct. 2019) DOI: 10.1080/14787318.2019.1679516 . See   p. 12.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Shiro Yuki. ユーマ』における主人公のアイデンティティ形成をめぐって(Formation of the Hero’s Identity in Youma), ヘルン研究(Hern), 4 (March 2019): 41-50. See p. 50 notes 3 and 5. HearnKenkyu_04_01-05_Page041to050_Yuki .pdf 

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Hammond, Charlotte. Entangled Otherness: Cross-gender Fabrications in the Francophone Caribbean, Routledge, 2018. See p. 19.

Birthing Chaos: Two-Faced Women, Cultural Conflict and Betrayal in Créoliste Writings.” In Hammond, Charlotte. Entangled Otherness: Cross-gender Fabrications in the Francophone Caribbean, Routledge, 2018. See p.17, 109, 19.

Am I My Sister’s Keeper? The Politics of Propriety and the Fight for Equality in the Works of French Antillean Women Writers, 1920s–40s.’In Jennifer Anne Boittin “‘The Rot that remains’: aphasia and France’s multiple temporalities of race and colonialism,” Postcolonial Studies, 21.4 (2019): 515-519. See note 6, p. 519.

Dangerous Creole Liaison. In Lee, Vanessa. Women Staging the French Caribbean: History, Memory, and Authorship in the Plays of Ina Césaire, Maryse Condé, Gerty Dambury, and Suzanne Dracius, University of Oxford, 2017. See p. 143, p. 144, p. 145, p. 170, p. 171.

“La doudou contre-attaque.” In Gyssels, Kathleen. “Lapin, Luciole: LG Damas et Toni Morrison travestissent le conte,” Genre and Globalization: Transformación de géneros en contextos (post-) coloniales / Transformation des genres dans des contextes (post-) coloniaux. (Potsdamer inter- und transkulturelle Tex) ed. by Miriam Lay Brander, Hildesheim : Georg Olms, 2017. See p. 113.

“Migrations de corps meurtris et de rêves brisés: vision culturaliste de la nation dan Mamzelle Libellule et Morne Pichevin de Raphaël Confiant.” In Gyssels, Kathleen. “Lapin, Luciole: LG Damas et Toni Morrison travestissent le conte,” Genre and Globalization: Transformación de géneros en contextos (post-) coloniales / Transformation des genres dans des contextes (post-) coloniaux. (Potsdamer inter- und transkulturelle Tex) ed. by Miriam Lay Brander  Hildesheim : Georg Olms, 2017. See p. 128.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons. In Slavery in the British and French Caribbean, the section “Creole women in the French Caribbean” is based on my book, October 2019.
Wikipedia entry here.

Dangerous Creole Liaisons and my edition and introduction of Les amours de Zémedare et Carina. In McCusker Maeve. “‘We Were All Strangers Here’: Time, Space, and Postcolonial Anxiety in Traversay’s Les Amours de Zémédare et Carina, et description de l’île de la Martinique,” French Studies, 72.2 (April 2018):209–224, https://doi.org/10.1093/fs/kny003. See p. 211, note 12, p. 213, note 17, p. 227.

 “Au sommet du mât: érotisme et masculinité dans Le mât de cocagne de René Depestre.” In Baage, Silvia. “Du realisme merveilleux : de Depestre à Carpentier,”in Leconte, Frantz-Antoine, sous la direction de. René Depestre: Du chaos haïtien à la tendresse debout. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016, 193-208. See p. 198.

“Politiques culturelles des sexes: Erotisme féminin et nationalisme chez Rafael Luis Sánchez, Raphaël Confiant et Patrick Chamoiseau.” In Costa, Luana Antunes. Traços do chão, tramas do mundo. Representações do político na escrita de Mia Couto e Patrick Chamoiseau, These de doutorado, Universidade de Sao Paulo. See pages 26, 205, 207.
See here.

Sexual Edge: Re-Colonization of Black Female Bodies in the French Caribbean.” iIn Loichot, Valérie. The Tropics Bite Back: Culinary Coups in Caribbean Literature, 2013. See p 108, p. 123, p. 209, note 20.

Postface : “Pour qui sonne le glas,” Dominique Lancastre’s “Le regard Antillais” (the French Antillean Gaze) at the Salon International du livre de La Martinique (online since April 4, 2013).
See here.

 “Seduction and Power: Battle of the Sexes in Ken Bugul’s Riwan ou Le chemin de sable, Calixthe Beyala’s Comment cuisiner son mari à l’africaine, and Mongo Beti’s Le pauvre Christ de Bomba. In Rofheart, Mahriana. Shifting Perceptions of Migration in Senegalese Literature, Film, and Social Media. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013. See p. 70.

“How to Write in a Dominated Country: The Rewriting of Vichy History in Raphaël Confiant’s Le Nègre et l’Amiral.” In Murdoch, H. Adlai, The Language(s) of Martinican Identity: Resistance to Vichy in the Novels of Raphaël Confiant.  L’Esprit Créateur, 47. 1 (Spring 2007): 68-83.  See p. 79.

REFERENCED

My contribution to the field as far as Aimé Césaire’s corpus is concerned is referenced in Arnold A. James, Aimé Césaire : Genèse et transformations d’une poétique, Würzburg : Königshausen und Neumann, 2020 (forthcoming). See Chapter II, note 168, Chapter VII, note 458. Chapter IV, note 309 references my work on Raphaël Confiant’s novels and see Appendix B: Description of my archival work in Aimé Césaire’s library in July 2010.

My presentation on the writer Jenny Manet and serialized novels published in Martinique in 19th century is referred in Brown, Rachel Linnea, Charlton, Ryan, Huang, Amy, Tuttle, Joshua, Underland, Susanna Compton, Anzalone, Marla, Boyle, Elizabeth, et al. “The Year in Conferences—2018.” ESQ: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture 65, no. 1 (2019): 109–211. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/729403. See p. 202.

Dangerous Creole Liaison. In M. Paliyenko, Adrianna. “French Studies: The Post-Romantic Era,” in The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 78:1(2018), 90–103. See p. 90.

“Le Bourreau et la victime: Politiques du corps et des rapports sociaux des sexes dans l’œuvre de Gisèle Pineau.” in French XX Bibliography 66: A Bibliography for the Study of French Literature and Culture since 1885 (September 30, 2015) by Sheri K. Dion. See p. 22079.

My scholarship and language expertise in “Introduction” and “Notes”, Aimé Césaire, Solar Throat Slashed/Soleil cou-coupé, Clayton Eshleman and A. James Arnold (trans). Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2011. See  p. xiii, p. 173, p. 180.

My scholarship and language expertise in “From Solar Throat Slashed: Notes on four poems http://actionyes.org/issue15/eshleman/eshleman1.html by Aimé Cesaire.” Action yes: Online Quarterly 1.15 (winter 2011). See “Notes” on-line: http://actionyes.org/issue15/eshleman/eshleman3.html

Origins and Future of Creole Language and Culture in Martinique: an Interview with R. Confiant.”  In French XX Bibliography 57: Critical and Bibliographical References for the Study of French Literature Since 1885 (no. 57) by William J. Thompson (Sep 30, 2006). See p. 18881.

How  to Write  in a Dominated  Country : The Rewriting  of Vichy History in Raphaël Confiant’s Le Nègre et l’Amiral (read here). In Gurrieri Antonio, “La scrittura della storia il caso Raphaël Confiant,” Archivia – Archivio istituzionale dell’Universita’ di Catania, DISS. 2012. See p. 217.
See here.

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