Books by Christine Pagnoulle

About the Author

Christine Pagnoulle teaches English literatures and translation at the University of Liège; she translates contemporary poets as well as technical texts.  Her immediate professional interests thus cover the whole range of the written word.  She is particularly attracted, however, to those border-territories between poetry and fiction, as exemplified by the novels of William Faulkner or Wilson Harris, and by Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano to which she devoted an earlier study (L'Age D'Homme, 1977). 

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