spiralist

spiralist

(ˈspaɪərəlɪst) sociol
n
(Sociology) a person or thing that ascends in a spiral structure
adj
(Sociology) relating to spiralism
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Ready to Burst is the artists first novel and a foundational text of the spiralist phenomenon in Haitian literature.
Haiti Unbound: A Spiralist Challenge to the Postcolonial Canon.
Glover's Haiti Unbound: A Spiralist Challenge to the Postcolonial Canon stands out as an insightful study of the Spiralist novel, the narrative fiction of three of Haiti's foremost contemporary writers: the now famous Franketienne and the lesser known Jean-Claude Fignole and Rene Philoctete.
Following a panoramic preface contextualizing and synthesizing her study, Glover's theorizing of the Spiralist narrative arises organically, in five integrated parts, from her textual analysis of a selection of works by the three novelists: Franketienne's Mur a crever (1968), Ultravocal (1972), and Les Affres d'un defi (1979); Fignole's Lespossedes de lapleine lune (1987) and Aube tranquille (1990); and Philoctete's Le Peuple des terres melees (1989).
Indeed, as she herself acknowledges, her work stands on the foundation built by scholars who preceded her in the field, notably Jean Jonassaint (2008) who has studied with great critical insight and scholarly thoroughness the writings of the Spiralist novelist par excellence, Franketienne.
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