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In a way that allows him to meet the authors of the manifesto on this more international, cosmopolitan, cooperative—and thus postpostcolonial—conceptual terrain. In both cases there is a movement away from an oppositional particularism and toward a neutral forum in which free exchange is fostered” (2010, 114; emphasis in original). Rather than simply shunning postcolonial studies, the signatories of the manifesto and contributors to the collective volume might therefore ﬁnd themselves more at home in Glissant’s ﬂuid and multidimensional “post-postcolonial” Tout-monde than in a postcolonial Francophonie.
For Derrida, unstranslatability is the universal predicate of language names. So how might Derrida’s aporia deconstruct the nationalist nominalism of language names? By locating an always-prior other within monolingual diction, the aporia loosens the national anchor from the language name, wedging a politics of the subject between the name of a nation and the name of a language” (2005, 302). In the same vein several of the writers featured in Pour une littérature-monde emphasize the “othering” process that necessarily accompanies writing, regardless of the writer’s national or ethnic origins.
According to him, the increasing number of literary prizes attributed to so-called Francophone writers signals “the toppling over of an era” and “the death certiﬁcate for a certain idea of Francophonie perceived as a space on which France would bestow its lights to the beneﬁt, one has to assume, of masses still engulfed in darkness. The end of this Francophonie, and the emergence of a world literature in French” (2007, 24). In his defensive response to the manifesto, Abdou Diouf points out “the determining part played by Francophonie in peace and reconstruction eﬀorts” on the African continent (2007); responding in turn to Diouf, Alain Mabanckou denies the notion that the manifesto constitutes a “crusade” against the Francophone institution and acknowledges the oif‘s commendable eﬀorts to promote cultural exchanges as well as both linguistic solidarity and diversity, although he, like Le Bris, ultimately condemns the underlying neocolonial agenda of Francophonie (Claire 2007).