The Epistolary Novel in World Literature
NEMLA Conference in Boston 2/26 - 3/1 2009
This session will explore the "correspondences" in the development of
epistolary novels in different linguistic and cultural traditions.
Epistolary fiction has been redefining the complex relationships between
fiction and verisimilitude from Roman times to today's e-pistolaries or
novels written as a series of email messages. Comparative papers are
especially welcome. Please
submit 150-word abstract to Chiara Frenquellucci, Harvard University,
Papers in English can be on a single literary tradition, such as English
and/or American or comparative in nature.