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Marie Cardinal

New Perspectives
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ISBN-13:
9783039105441
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
29.12.2005
Seiten:
258
Autor:
Emma Webb
Gewicht:
388 g
Format:
223x149x20 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Exklusives Verkaufsrecht für: Gesamte Welt.
Contents: Emma Webb: Introduction - Phil Powrie: The Father with the Movie Camera: Cet été-là, Mouchette and the 'force utérine de l'oeil' - Owen Heathcote: The Personal and the Political: Algeria, Violence, Gender and Writing in Marie Cardinal, Hélène Cixous and Assia Djebar - Emma Webb: Writing Fragments: Dialogic Utterances in Comme si de rien n'était - Patricia De Méo: Dégager les fils de son histoire: les fonctions narratives et thématiques de la broderie dans Le Passé empiété - Kathryn Robson: The Hysterical Body in La Souricière and Les Mots pour le dire - María José Palma Borrego: Le 'récit de cure féminin' comme 'débordement' du canon autobiographique - Alison Rice: La Terre Maternelle: Algeria and the mother in the work of three women writers from Algeria, Marie Cardinal, Hélène Cixous, Assia Djebar - Annik Houel: Mère morte pour une fille vivante - Nancy Lane: Mother/Land: Cardinal, Beauvoir and the Body - Walter Wagner: Les Mots pour le dire ou la dialectique de l'aveu - Sarah Hartshorn: The Importance of the Heterosexual Couple and the Father-Daughter Relationship in the Work of Marie Cardinal - Elaine Martin: From Marie Cardinal and Verena Stefan to Banana Yoshimoto: Feminism and the Best-Seller - Colette Trout: Marie Cardinal's Legacy: Quels mots pour la dire?
What impact did Cardinal's texts have on the 1970s feminist movement? What is her position in relation to French women's writing and the French literary tradition today? This volume brings together a series of papers given at the first international conference on the influential feminist author Marie Cardinal. Leading critics of Cardinal's oeuvre engage in analysis alongside new commentators in the field. The collection provides an extensive yet cohesive overview of Cardinal's writing, including original commentaries on earlier works like Cet été-là, popular classics like Les Mots pour le dire, and more recent texts including Amour... amours... Contributors provide new perspectives on Cardinal's oeuvre, drawing from a range of areas of scholarly interest including film studies, life-writing, postcolonial discourse, critical theory, gender studies, and reception theory.