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Intertextuality and/in Cadiot

Citation: Glynn, Dominic (2015) Intertextuality and/in Cadiot. French Studies Bulletin, 36 (136). pp. 47-49.

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It is a measure of Olivier Cadiot's current standing in the French literary landscape that an increasing number of young scholars are discussing his work in their doctoral theses.1 Moreover, those working in the emerging field of ‘Cadiot studies’, well versed in literary theory, appear to be most interested in digging out hidden references that form part of inter- as well as intra-textual networks. Yet despite much excellent fine-grained analysis of the mechanics of Cadiot's writing, not enough has been made of the fact that the poet cum novelist cum playwright titillates, plays with and frustrates his reader in each of his works by referring to others.

Creators: Glynn, Dominic ( and
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Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
Divisions: Institute of Modern Languages Research
  • 1 September 2015 (published)


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