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The ‘Slave Sublime’ How do Chamoiseau's 'Biblique des derniers gestes' and Jones' 'The Known World' contribute to a critique of trends in the remembrance of slavery in France and America?

Citation: Phillips, Anna (2009) The ‘Slave Sublime’ How do Chamoiseau's 'Biblique des derniers gestes' and Jones' 'The Known World' contribute to a critique of trends in the remembrance of slavery in France and America? Masters thesis, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies.

2007-2008 dissertation submitted for the MA in Cultural Memory at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies (IGRS). Tutors: Dr Andrew Asibong (Birkbeck) and Dr Richard Crownshaw (Goldsmiths).

Creators: Phillips, Anna and
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
Human Rights & Development Studies
History
Divisions: Centre for Cultural Memory Studies
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Collections: Dissertation
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Dates:
  • 17 February 2009 (published)
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