Michael Worton is Vice-Provost and Fielden Professor of French Language and Literature at University College London.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Surveying the work: on being a novelist, Michel Tournier; the perpetual temptation of impossible cures in the work of Michel Tournier, Christiane Baroche; relations between the sexes in the work of Michel Tournier, Francoise Merllie; the genesis of fiction - origin as theme and problem in Tournier's work, Michael Worton; metaphysical desires and ironist devices in the works of Michel Tournier. Part 2 Scrutinizing the work: learning and unlearning - Tournier, Defoe, Voltaire, Lynn Salkin Sbiroli; Germanic variations on the theme of Phoria in "The Erl-King" - the influence of Nietzsche, Bach and Mithraism, Arlette Bouloumie; history and legend in Tournier's works, William Cloonan; authorship and authority in "The Wind Spirit", Colin Davis; art and impertinence in "The Midnight Love Feast", Mireille Rosello. Part 3 An interview: talking shop - Michel Tournier in interview with Michael Worton.
Michel Tournier by Michael Worton
Modern Literatures In Perspective
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