Josh Armstrong’s new book “Maps and Territories, Global Positioning in the Contemporary French Novel””

Joshua Armstrong places recent French fiction into dialogue with some of today’s most influential theorists.

‘This book importantly addresses questions that are at the very heart of contemporary debates about our relationship to space and places in a world where borders and distance are being redefined by the forces of globalization.’

Jean-Xavier Ridon, University of Nottingham

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