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Created in October 2003 by Professor Renée Dickason, Revue LISA/LISA e-journal is a bilingual (English/French) international peer-reviewed on-line publication.

Revue LISA/LISA e-journal welcomes contributions, from France and abroad, in social and human sciences and pluri-, inter- or trans-disciplinary projects.

Revue LISA/LISA e-journal, which celebrated its 50th number in 2020, publishes literary pieces by authors. It also publishes interviews with artists, and personalities from the worlds of politics and the sciences, along with thematic dossiers, the Virtual Loose Leaves, which include the Mélanges in homage to Pr. Dr. Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2018, and A Living Anthology on War Memories.

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ISSN 1762-6153 DOI: 10.4000/lisa

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vol. 18-n°50 | 2020
New Avenues in Paul Auster’s Twenty-First Century Work

Voies/voix d’aujourd’hui dans l’œuvre de Paul Auster
Edited by François Hugonnier and I. B. Siegumfeldt

New Avenues in Paul Auster’s Twenty-First Century Work gathers seven articles written by critics of Auster’s work: I. B. Siegumfeldt, Ilana Shiloh, Priyanka Deshmukh, François Hugonnier, Antoine Dechêne, Aliki Varvogli and Jesper Præst Nielsen, offer new perspectives on Auster’s work by exploring the synthesis of content and form, rhythm, tone and emotion, the interconnection between literature and politics, the parity between true and false. Auster’s latest book, 4 3 2 1 (Henry Holt, 2017; Actes Sud, 2018) harbors the majority of the new trends on which we focus. Therefore, each contributor has related their study, in one way or another, to this mastodon novel. Paul Auster kindly agreed to comment on aspects of the articles published in this LISA e-journal issue in an interview with I. B. Siegumfeldt and François Hugonnier which took place at his house in Brooklyn, 14th November 2019.

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