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Cacaphonies: The Excremental Canon of French Literature

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The new book ‘Cacaphonies’ takes fecal matter and its place in literature seriously. In a stark challenge to the tendency to view 20th- and 21st-century French literature through sanitizing abstractions, Annabel L. Kim argues for feces as a figure of radical equality. ‘Cacaphonies’ reveals the aesthetic, political, and ethical potential of shit and its capacity to transform literature and life. Here, Kim is joined in conversation by Merve Emre, Rachele Dini, and Laure Murat.

Annabel L. Kim is the Roy G. Clouse associate professor of Romance Literatures and Languages at Harvard University. A specialist in 20th- and 21st-century French literature, Kim is author of ‘Unbecoming Language: Anti-Identitarian French Feminist Fictions’ and ‘Cacaphonies: The Excremental Canon of French Literature.’

Merve Emre is an associate professor of literature at the University of Oxford and a contributing writer at The New Yorker.

Rachele Dini is senior lecturer in English and American literature at the University of Roehampton, London.

Laure Murat is professor of French and Francophone Studies at UCLA’s Department of European Languages & Transcultural Studies and author of several books.

Episode references:

Louis-Ferdinand Céline; Voyage au bout de la nuit (Journey to the End of the Night)

Caca communism

Jean Genet

Kristin Ross (Fast Cars, Clean Bodies)

Susan Signe Morrison

Philip Roth (Patrimony)

Anne Garréta

Samuel Beckett (Molloy)

Rey Chow

James Joyce (Ulysses/Leopold Bloom)

Alain Resnais (Providence)

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The new book ‘Cacaphonies’ takes fecal matter and its place in literature seriously. In a stark challenge to the tendency to view 20th- and 21st-century French literature through sanitizing abstractions, Annabel L. Kim argues for feces as a figure of radical equality. ‘Cacaphonies’ reveals the aesthetic, political, and ethical potential of shit and its capacity to transform literature and life. Here, Kim is joined in conversation by Merve Emre, Rachele Dini, and Laure Murat.

Annabel L. Kim is the Roy G. Clouse associate professor of Romance Literatures and Languages at Harvard University. A specialist in 20th- and 21st-century French literature, Kim is author of ‘Unbecoming Language: Anti-Identitarian French Feminist Fictions’ and ‘Cacaphonies: The Excremental Canon of French Literature.’

Merve Emre is an associate professor of literature at the University of Oxford and a contributing writer at The New Yorker.

Rachele Dini is senior lecturer in English and American literature at the University of Roehampton, London.

Laure Murat is professor of French and Francophone Studies at UCLA’s Department of European Languages & Transcultural Studies and author of several books.

Episode references:

Louis-Ferdinand Céline; Voyage au bout de la nuit (Journey to the End of the Night)

Caca communism

Jean Genet

Kristin Ross (Fast Cars, Clean Bodies)

Susan Signe Morrison

Philip Roth (Patrimony)

Anne Garréta

Samuel Beckett (Molloy)

Rey Chow

James Joyce (Ulysses/Leopold Bloom)

Alain Resnais (Providence)

  continue reading

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