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Writing Women and Critical Dialogues: Subjectivity, Gender, and Irony By Françoise Lionnet,

  • Title: Writing Women and Critical Dialogues: Subjectivity, Gender, and Irony
  • Author: Françoise Lionnet
  • ISBN: 9990336687
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this study, Fran oise Lionnet discusses the poetic representation of insularity in the works of Evariste de Parny, Charles Baudelaire, Aim C saire, Malcolm de Chazal, and Edouard Maunick, who are then put into dialogue with Francophone and Anglophone Mauritian women writers She argues that novelists Nathacha Appanah, Lindsey Collen, Ananda Devi, and M T Humbert proIn this study, Fran oise Lionnet discusses the poetic representation of insularity in the works of Evariste de Parny, Charles Baudelaire, Aim C saire, Malcolm de Chazal, and Edouard Maunick, who are then put into dialogue with Francophone and Anglophone Mauritian women writers She argues that novelists Nathacha Appanah, Lindsey Collen, Ananda Devi, and M T Humbert provide salient examples of contemporary multilingual world literature 320 pages.Fran oise Lionnet is a UCLA professor of Comparative Literature, French and Francophone Studies, and Gender Studies, as well as the current director of the African Studies Center and Program Co Director of UCLA s Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities Cultures in Transnational Perspective She is a former president of the ACLA.
    Writing Women and Critical Dialogues Subjectivity Gender and Irony In this study Fran oise Lionnet discusses the poetic representation of insularity in the works of Evariste de Parny Charles Baudelaire Aim C saire Malcolm de Chazal and Edouard Maunick who are t

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