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Four visions of Tahiti in twentieth century French literature : Gauguin, Segalen, Chadourne, t'Serstevens
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|Title:||Four visions of Tahiti in twentieth century French literature : Gauguin, Segalen, Chadourne, t'Serstevens|
|Authors:||Gray, Frederic Charles|
Tahiti (French Polynesia : Island)
|Abstract:||This paper takes a look at French exoticism in literary works about Tahiti by examining the works of Paul Gauguin, Victor Segalen, Marc Chadourne, and Albert T'Serstevens.|
Bibliography: leaves -69.
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M.A. - European Languages and Literature (French)|
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