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Chénetier, Marc


CHÉNETIER, Marc. French, b. 1946. Genres: Translations, Literary criticism and history. Career: Scholar and translator. Centre Pedagogique Regional de Tours, teacher of English in training, 1969-70; Stanford University, CA, lecturer in French, 1970-72, visiting professor, 1981; University of Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, assistant professor, 1972-79; University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, visiting professor, 1979-80; University of Orleans, France, professor, 1980-91; visiting professor, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1983-84, Princeton University, 1987; Ecole Normale Superieure, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France, professor of American literature, 1990-97; Institut Universitaire de France, Professor Universite Paris VII, 1997-. Publications: TRANSLATOR: (with O. Chenetier) G.W. Parkyn, Vers un modele conceptuel d'education permanente, 1973; R. Brautigan, Dreaming of Babylon, 1981; J. Baumbach, Ce soir, on joue mes reves (Reruns), 1983; R. Brautigan, So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away, 1983; W. Byron, Cervantes, 1984; E. Swados, Lea and Lazar, 1984; W. Cather, Death Comes for the Archbishop, 1986; Cather, My Mortal Enemy, 1986; J. Charyn, Frog, 1988; Charyn, Pinocchio's Nose, 1990; Charyn, Un Bon Flic, 1990; Charyn, Elseneur, 1991; Charyn, Les Filles de Maria, 1994; W. Gass, Au coeur du coeur de ce pays; R. Coover, Demandez le programme; D. Johnson, Fiskadoro; R. Banks, Continents a la Derive; Pionniers, Une Dame Perdue, and Un des notres, all by Cather; Cather, La Maison du Professeur, 1993; R. Brautigan, Romans, 1994; G. Capenegro, Star Cafe, 1994; A. Theroux, Three Frogs. EDITOR: Selected Letters of Vachel Lindsay, 1979; (with R. Kroes) Impressions of a Gilded Age, 1983. OTHER: (with J. Barson) Textuellement, 1974; By Signs Obsessed, 1981, as L'Obsession des signes, 1984; Richard Brautigan, 1983; Critical Angles, 1985; Au-Dela du soupcon (Beyond Suspicion), 1989; La Fiction Americaine de 1960 a 1985 (American Fiction from 1960 to 1985); Brautigan Sauve du Vent, 1992; Sgraffites, Encres et Sanguines, 1994; De la Caverne a la Pyramide, 2000; La Perte de l'Amerique archeologie d'un amour, 2000; Steven Millhauser: la precision du l'impossible, 2003. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals. Editor or co-editor of special issues of scholarly journals. Address: 10 rue Charles V, 75004 Paris, France. Online address: [email protected]

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