Agnieszka Tworek

Agnieszka Tworek holds a B.A from The University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from Yale University. Her teaching interests include French language; nineteenth through twenty first-century literature; contemporary theater;  theater across the centuries; representation of Paris in literature; and fin-de-siècle literature and culture.

Her research is in the fields of contemporary theater; the representation of prison in literature; face, body and voice in Samuel Beckett; the novels of Emile Zola; and the relationship of literature and the other arts.




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Recent Publications

"Death Masks of Thérèse Raquin" in Excavatio 23: 1-2 (2008): 195-202.

"Endgame Incarcerated: Prison Structures in Beckett's Play" in The Journal of Beckett Studies 16: 1-2 (Fall 2006/Spring 2007): 247-258.

"La mémoire emprisonnée dans le théâtre de Charlotte Delbo" in Ecriture emprisonnée (Paris: L'Harmattan, 2007): 107-115.

"Monstre-victime: La Deuxième existence du camp de Tatenberg" in French Literature Series 32 (March 2005): 35-43.

"Nana e(n ana)morphose" in Excavatio 19: 1-2 (2004): 26-38.


Department of French

Le Château
139 Château Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753