Belgian memories


    • Labio, Catherine

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Belgian memories

[special editor, Catherine Labio]

(Yale French studies, no. 102)

Yale University Press, c2002

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Part 1 Pierre Mertens, Perasma: A Novel (excerpt) Antoon Van den Braembussche, The Silenced Past: Trauma and Taboo in Belgian Memories Luc de Heusch, Ceci n'est pas la Belgique Piet Van de Craen, What, if Anything, Is a Belgian? Jacques Dubois, Wallonia: The Will to Remember Part 2 Marc Quaghebeur, The Sixteenth Century: A Decisive Myth Sophie de Schaepdrijver, Death Is Elsewhere: The Shifting Locus of Tragedy in Belgian Great War Literature Antoine Tshitungu Kongolo, Colonial Memories in Belgian and Congolese Literature Part 3 Serge Tisseron, Family Secrets and Social Memory in Les Aventures de Tintin Philip Mosley, Anxiety, Memory, and Place in Belgian Cinema Francoise Aubry, Victor Horta: Vicissitudes of a Work Alexander Murphy, Landscapes for Whom? The Twentieth-Century Remaking of Brussels

Table of Contents

  • Part 1: "Perasma: A Novel" (excerpt), Pierre Mertens
  • the silenced past - trauma and taboo in Belgian memories, Antoon Van den Braembussche
  • ceci n'est pas la Belgique, Luc de Heusch
  • what, if anything, is a Belgian? Piet Van de Craen
  • Wallonia - the will to remember, Jacques Dubois. Part 2: the 16th century - a decisive myth, Marc Quaghebeur
  • death is elsewhere - the shifting locus of tragedy in Belgian Great War literature, Sophie de Schaepdrijver
  • colonial memories in Belgian and Congolese literature, Antoine Tshitungu Kongolo. Part 3: family secrets and social memory in "Les Aventures de Tintin", Serge Tisseron
  • anxiety, memory, and place in Belgian cinema, Philip Mosley
  • Victor Horta - vicissitudes of a work, Francoise Aubry
  • landscapes for whom? The 20th-century remaking of Brussels, Alexander Murphy.

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