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35.1 | 2012

Edited by Kerry-Jane Wallart

If fiction constantly stages, represents and fantasizes its own encounter with reality, associating perception with pellucidity, both language and the very text would seem to set it under the sign of opacity, not transparency. The latter concept poses further questions in the case of postcolonial literatures, where one very often finds an increased awareness of the impact and multiplicity of perspectives. The volume interrogates the idea of transparency through a scrutiny of those of enunciation, realism, diffraction, mimicry, coding and transposition.

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