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According to Graham Huggan, postcolonial studies is inherently plural and interdisciplinary, in that it is made up of literary and cultural analysis as well as political theory, psychoanalysis, anthropology, history and philosophy. It is in the combination and manipulation of such forms of analysis that postcolonialism is able to imagine alternative identities and societies.
Henri Chabrol (1897-1981)
This volume of postcolonial poetics therefore probes some examples of different kinds of literary writing, its blurring with other discourses and its manipulation of genre and form, in order to achieve a better understanding of its transformatory power. This exploration of the poetics of genre also sheds light on how different kinds of texts offer specific, distinct modes of thought. Naming peoples and places was a central feature of colonial and imperial enterprises: to name was to have dominion, or at least the illusion of control that colonial administrators sought to make real.
The attempt to regulate, in some Drawing on Giorgio Agamben's work on messianic time, principally The Time That Remains, this article seeks to extend Agamben's epistemological paradigm on messianic time to Fanon's work. At stake here is the question of the Messianic and Given that his concept of identity would appear to have Pierre Michon: The Afterlife of Names. Pierre Michon is one of France's most significant contemporary writers.
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Since the publication in of his first book, "Vies minuscules," Michon's work has never ceased to evade generic classifications. His work ingests books, lives and His work ingests books, lives and thought and probes their complex interrelationship and those moments of convergence that transform an ordinary name into that of an 'Author' or of an 'Artist'. The contents of Michon's work are well documented: they are drawn from canonical novels, chronicles, archives and the biographies of artists' lives and are worked into cross-generic forms that revive names and make us rethink the uncertainty of literature.
Less has been written of his engagement with avant-garde thought. The legacy of French avant-garde thinkers of the s and s, in particular the work of Roland Barthes, informs Michon's work. Barthes's notions of the referent, of intertextuality and of authorship, for example, are transposed, reconfigured and sometimes contested within Michon's work.
In this way, Barthes's name, the afterlife of his thought, remains encrypted within Michon's prose. This book situates and reads Michon's texts through the complex inscription and transformation of names drawn from the Creuse, literature, art and avant-garde thought. And it is within this matrix that Michon puts in play his own name and its uncertain relation to literature.