Posts by tag: Laurent Demanze

Pierre Senges, l’invention érudite

La Revue des lettres modernes recently published an issue of critical articles and writings devoted to the discussion of Pierre Senges’s work; I know that it may be of interest to some of you who share my enthusiasm for this nonpareil author. I look forward to reading it myself, sooner or later. It is edited by scholars Audrey Camus and Laurent Demanze. See the Table of contents here.

While I’m at it I might as well mention a few other critical resources on the same author, published not too long ago.

The above volume (Editions Corti, 2015) I had the pleasure of perusing a while back. The below volume (Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2017) I have not yet seen.