The André Malraux Review
La Revue André Malraux
& Editorial Policy
The Revue André Malraux Review is an international journal devoted to the life and works of André Malraux (1901-1976). The journal began in 1969 at the University of Kentucky as the Mélanges Malraux Miscellany under the editorship of its founder, Professor Walter G. Langlois. Beginning in May 1984, Professor Robert S. Thornberry of the University of Alberta took over publication of the journal with volume 16 and served as its editor through volume 25. In Fall 1986 with volume 18, the Mélanges Malraux Miscellany was officially renamed the Revue André Malraux Review. In 1996 Professors Karen Levy and John Romeiser of the University of Tennessee began editing the RAMR with volume 26.
Eclectic in approach, the RAMR publishes essays and articles that embrace different schools of literary theory, as well as pertinent historical and biographical material. It also publishes book reviews, notices of conferences, and information of general interest to those interested in André Malraux.
For further information about the journal, including subscriptions and rates, please contact: John B. Romeiser (email@example.com), Revue André Malraux Review Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0470, USA.
For back issues (prior
to volume 26), please contact: Professor Robert S. Thornberry, Department
of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton,
Alberta, T6G 2E6 CANADA