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International Journal Of Francophone StudiesFrance', comment the editors of this volume, 'is of course, not what it used to be'; the French language itself is 'something much more protean, changeable, and diverse, something able to cross linguistic and cultural boundaries'. Reacting to these observations, Tyler Stovall and Georges van den Abeelee have brought together in this volume a fascinating collection of essays. Their contributors contribute to the increasingly urgent task of addressing the transformations of the French studies caused by postcolonialism and the growing popularity of francophone subjects.
— Charles Forsdick, University of Liverpool