French Feminism In The 19th Century

Author: Claire Goldberg Moses
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780873958592
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The book recounts the turbulent story of nineteenth-century French feminism, placing it in the context of the general political events that influenced its development.

Revolution And Women S Autobiography In Nineteenth Century France

Author: Kathleen Hart
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042017016
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Tracing the rise of autobiography in relation to women's domestic confinement, Kathleen Hart demonstrates how Flora Tristan, George Sand, and Louise Michel transformed the genre.Inspired by Romantic socialism, each of these remarkable ...

Consumable Metaphors

Author: Ceri Crossley
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039101900
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Attitudes Towards Animals and Vegetarianism in Nineteenth-century France Ceri
Crossley. Chapter 1 1 Women's Responses to Vivisection and Animal Cruelty In
her comprehensive study, Women 's Writing in Nineteenth-Century France1
Alison Finch has described how, during the final third of the century, women
writers turned with a new intensity to animal-related subjects and used a
language rich in animal metaphors. They did so in order to express their feelings
of ...

Madness In Twentieth Century French Women S Writing

Author: Suzanne Dow
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039115402
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If Felman s nineteenth-century texts say something about the undecidability both
of madness, and of themselves, might not these texts say all this, and something
more besides ? Perhaps they might say something also about their own
indecision regarding the notion of undecidability, and the authority of their
authorship that it renders indecise at precisely the historical moment when
woman is beginning to emerge from her historical status as 'Other'. Leduc,
Beauvoir, Duras, Cardinal ...

The New Biography

Author: Jo Burr Margadant
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520221413
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This collection offers new perspectives on the lives of eight famous women in nineteenth century France. Their stories are used as a starting point through which the contributing authors experiment with what is called "the new biography.

Fathers Daughters And Slaves

Author: Doris Y. Kadish
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1781386536
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The book enriches our understanding of French and Atlantic history in the revolutionary and postrevolutionary years when Haiti was menaced with the re-establishment of slavery and when class, race, and gender identities were being ...

A History Of Women S Writing In France

Author: Sonya Stephens
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521581677
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Rosemary Lloyd While the eighteenth century allowed a considerable degree of
intellectual freedom to women in the upper echelons of society, the Revolution of
1789 and its aftermath mushroomed forth a series of depictions of the Republic,
symbolized by woman as devouring virago, driving young men into the
destruction of conflict and war. 1 Intimately connected with such iconography, the
removal of women's suffrage, in 1793, remains a potent symbol of just what
fraternite can ...