Lucette Finas

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Lucette Finas (born July 13, 1921) is a French author and essayist,[1] part of the structuralist movement.[2] She has published several articles relating interviews with French scholars and philosophers in the 1970s, like writers Nathalie Sarraute,[3] philosopher and historian Michel Foucault or philosopher Jacques Derrida.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vauchon, Stéphane (1997). "Lucette Finas, Le Toucher du rayon. Proust, Vautrin, Antinoüs". Romantisme (in French) (Armand Colin) 27 (98): 145. ISSN 1957-7958. 
  2. ^ Dosse, François; Glassman, Deborah (1997). U of Minnesota Press, ed. History of Structuralism: The sign sets, 1967-present (1998 ed.). p. 544. ISBN 978-0-8166-2371-6. 
  3. ^ Finas, Lucette (1979). Etudes Litteraires (in French) 12 (3): 393–401 http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/500503ar |url= missing title (help).