Women's writing in contemporary France: new writers, new literatures in the 1990s
This book provides an up-to-date introduction to and analysis of new women's writing in contemporary France including both new writers of the 1990s and their more established counterparts. The editors' incisive introduction situates these authors and their texts at the center of the current trends and issues concerning French literary production today, while 15 original essays focus on individual writers.
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Women's Writing in Contemporary France: New Writers, New Literature in the 1990s
Gill Rye,Michael Worton
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