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Comparative Literature | European Languages and Societies | French and Francophone Literature | Modern Literature | Translation Studies
Wolfson, multilingualism, schizophrenia, translation, schizophasia, émigré
This paper aims to show how the life and work of American francophone author Louis Wolfson - who suffered from schizophrenia and underwent a self-imposed exile from his own mother tongue - might serve to illuminate European émigré writers' relationships to multilingualism.
Rideau, Antoine N., "An Escape from Language into Language:
The Internal Exile of Louis Wolfson" (2016). CUNY Academic Works.