PARIS FRAMED: TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRENCH WRITERS CROSSING THE CITY
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Twentieth-century writers frame Paris as a locus of desire for their characters, whether working in fiction or in the more contemporary ethno¬graphic journaling exemplified by the writing of Annie Ernaux in La Vie extérieure (2000) and Journal du dehors (1993). This article draws on the critical approaches taken by Christopher Thompson (1992) and Richard Burton (1988) in their respective works on French nineteenth-century literature and uses their critical frameworks as a starting point with which to explore this travel writing of Ernaux.
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