‘Noa Noa’ by Paul Gauguin and Charles Morice

Claire Moran (Editor)

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Reviews:
‘Moran has given us not only a fine new edition of Noa Noa, but also a forceful reminder of the generic complexities that underpin artists' writings.’ — Richard Hobbs, French Studies 72.3, July 2018, 450-51 (full text online)
‘Moran’s introductory essay is itself a noteworthy piece of contemporary scholarship on Gauguin... her very thorough and carefully edited new version of Noa Noa add to our understanding of Gauguin as a writer, in particular, the way he used writing as a mode of self-representation, not merely as a backdrop for his visual art... This affordable text will be useful for scholars of fin de siècle French art and literature as well as students of French language, art history, and aesthetic theory, and will likely lead to new scholarship on Gauguin... I would invite others going forward to consult Moran’s edition of Noa Noa as the definitive text for any study of Gauguin.’ — Heather Waldroup, H-France 18.213, October 2018
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherMHRA
Number of pages96
Volume50
ISBN (Print)978-1-78188-154-5, 978-1-781887-59-2
Publication statusPublished - 21 Aug 2017

Publication series

NameCritical Texts
PublisherModern Humanities Research Association
Volume50

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