Gans, Eric L.

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GANS, Eric L.

GANS, Eric L. American, b. 1941. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Humanities. Career: State University of New York at Fredonia, instr. in French, 1965-67; Indiana University, Bloomington, Dept. of French and Italian, asst. prof., 1967-69; University of California at Los Angeles, asst. prof., 1969-73, assoc. prof., 1973-76, chmn. of dept., 1974-77, 1981-86, prof. of French, 1976-. Publications: The Discovery of Illusion: Flaubert's Early Works 1835-1837, 1971; Un Pari Contre l'Histoire: Les Premieres Nouvelles de Merimee, 1972; Musset et le Drame Tragique, 1974; Le Paradoxe de Phedre, 1975; Essais d'esthetique paradoxale, 1977; The Origin of Language: A Formal Theory of Representation, 1981; The End of Culture: Toward a Generative Anthropology, 1985; Madame Bovary: The End of Romance, 1989; Science and Faith: The Anthropology of Revelation, 1990; Originary Thinking, 1993; Signs of Paradox, 1997. Address: Dept. of French, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1550, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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