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019    885123207|a956655975 
020    9781443864862|q(electronic bk.) 
020    1443864862|q(electronic bk.) 
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245 00 As time goes by :|bportraits of age /|cedited by Joy 
       Charnley and Caroline Verdier. 
264  1 Newcastle upon Tyne. UK :|bCambridge Scholars Publishing,
300    1 online resource (vii, 308 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tIntroduction /|rJoy Charnley and Caroline Verdier --
       |gThe ageing mother --|tThe veiled mirror : epiphany and 
       epicalyptry in contemporary French women's writing about 
       ageing /|rJean Anderson --|tMemories and nostalgia : 
       discovering the mother in Tahar Ben Jelloun's Sur ma mère 
       /|rNancy Arenberg --|tTo break the looking-glass : writing
       a mother's ageing, illness and death in Annie Ernaux's Une
       femme and "Je ne suis pas sortie de ma nuit" /|rMarzia 
       Caporale --|gWomen facing old age --|tLa vieillesse 
       menac̦ante : female ageing in latterday nineteenth-century
       French society /|rDanielle Bishop --|tLearning to be old :
       Laure Wyss's literary reflections on the challenge of 
       ageing /|rBarbara Burns --|tAs time goes by : old age and 
       the elderly in Maria Judite de Carvalho's Seta despedida /
       |rJuliet Perkins --|tThe quest for Leonora Carrington : 
       the older role model in Monika Maron's novel Ach Glück /
       |rJuliet Wigmore --|gFatherhood and age --|tLe père Goriot
       : the depiction of old age and obsession? /|rMaureen 
       Ramsden --|tLife begins at sixty : representations of old 
       age in Emile Zola's Le docteur Pascal /|rBarbara M. Stone 
       --|gAgeing 'heroes' --|tMemories and old age : the old 
       Goethe, as seen by Thomas Mann /|rHans Hahn --|tRespect or
       ridicule? : the representation of old age in Cervantes's 
       works /|rIdoya Puig --|gExploring sexuality --|tFuture age
       and children : a compensatory "trope of vulnerability" in 
       Llorenc̦ Villalonga's fiction? --|tAgeing, masculinity and
       sexuality in Serge Doubrovsky's L'après-vivre and Un homme
       de passage /|rPatrick Saveau --|gCreativity and positivity
       in old age --|t"Silent transformations" : ageing and the 
       work of writing in Robert Pinget's Thèo ou le temps neuf /
       |rDebra Kelly --|t"In my end / is my beginning: " Giuseppe
       Ungaretti's last works and old-age creativity /|rEleanor 
       Parker --|tTowards a positive psychology of ageing : a 
       discussion of the representation of old age in the 
       writings of Gabrielle Roy /|rJulie Rodgers --
520    "Academic work in a range of disciplines has been making 
       an important contribution to the fraught and confusing 
       debate around ageing, and through writers' consciousness 
       and experience, literature, just like economics, 
       psychology, history and sociology, can provide valuable 
       insights into the attitudes and prejudices prevalent in 
       society. The present volume adds to this burgeoning field 
       by providing a wide spectrum of literary analyses drawing 
       on a range of approaches (Freud, Lacan, Kristeva and 
       feminist theory, amongst others) and covering a broad 
       geographical area (France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain
       and Switzerland, in addition to Francophone Canada and 
       Morocco). Major writers such as Balzac, Cervantes, Goethe,
       Mann and Zola are discussed here, as well as a number of 
       important twentieth-century writers (Ben Jelloun, Cixous, 
       Doubrovsky, Ernaux, Roy and Ungaretti) and less well-known
       figures (Carvalho, Châtelet and Fleutiaux)."--|cPublisher 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Aging in literature. 
650  0 Old age in literature. 
650  0 Literature. 
650  7 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY|xLiterary.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Aging in literature.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00800359 
650  7 Old age in literature.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01045348 
700 1  Charnley, Joy,|d1960- 
700 1  Verdier, Caroline. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAs time goes by|z1443842451|w(DLC)  
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