Robbe-Grillet


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Robbe-Gril·let

 (rôb-grē-yā′), Alain 1922-2008.
French writer affiliated with the New Wave movement in cinema. His screenplays and novels, such as The Erasers (1953), subordinate plot to the treatment of space and time.
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Robbe-Grillet

(French rɔbɡrijɛ)
n
(Biography) Alain (alɛ̃).1922–2008, French novelist and screenwriter. Author of The Voyeur (1955), Jealousy (1957), and Djinn (1981): he was one of the leading practitioners of the antinovel
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Robbe-Gril•let

(ˌrɔb griˈyeɪ)

n.
Alain, born 1922, French writer.
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This particular exemplar could claim both Piers Anthony's Macroscope (1969) and Jonathan Lethem's As She Climbed Across the Table (1997) as antecedents from the sci-fi realm, but also Jose Luis Borges' Ficciones (1944) and Alain Robbe-Grillet's Instantanes (1962) from the lit-fic sphere.
But the book also carries with it an eastern European flavor as written by someone like Alain Robbe-Grillet or, more recently, Mathias Enard.
For instance, in a kind of proto-newsfeed, during the height of their activities members would use standard mail to circulate "Thoughts of the Month," a series of inspirational images or quotes from the likes of Samuel Beckett, Allan Kaprow, Lao Tzu, or Alain Robbe-Grillet.
The notoriety of Le Nouveau Roman was built partly through the cohesion of seven or eight writers united around their publisher, Jerome Lindon, at Les Editions de Minuit: Alain Robbe-Grillet, Michel Butor, Claude Simon, Robert Pinget, Claude Ollier, Samuel Beckett, and Nathalie Sarraute, as well as Jean Ricardou, who joined the group in the sixties.
fiction, Alain Robbe-Grillet's novel Jealousy, reader responses to literary fiction, The Sopranos, controlling fictional narrators in literature and film, metalepsis, and lyric poetry; performative art forms like drama, theatre, opera, and classical music; and games, with discussion of ethics and morality in role-playing games, agency and volition in Second Life, and prop perspectives in computer games.
Robbe-Grillet no se intereso en la realidad psicologica en si, sino en su aspecto fenomenico.
Mann harbors a particular fondness for the Left Bank Cinema group of filmmakers that included Alain Resnais, Alain Robbe-Grillet and Chris Marker.
Ainsi que le disait Alain Robbe-grillet : [beaucoup moins que]le roman doit etre delivre de toute interpretation prealable[beaucoup plus grand que].