This 'self' which is not one : women's life writing in French /

The ""Self"" Which is Not One: Women's Life-Writing in French, assembles articles on women's life-writing from diverse areas of the Francophone world. It is comprised of nine chapters that discuss female writers from North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, the C

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Other Authors: Edwards, Natalie, Hogarth, Christopher
Format: eBook
Published: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2010.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : this "self" which is not one : women's life writing in French / Natalie Edwards and Christopher Hogarth
  • Pluralité et fragmentation dans Garçon manqué de Nina Bouraoui / Ann-Sofie Persson
  • Dual, doubled, and divided selves : women writing between Algeria and France / Amy Hubbell
  • L'autobiographie collective d'Assia Djebar : un exemple d'hybridité culturelle / Névine El-Nossery
  • Shameless : Marguerite Duras's critique of colonial shame in L'amant / Erica Johnson
  • Pedagogically speaking : autobiography and the learning subject / Lisa A. Connell
  • The unwanted one wants more : the notion of plurality through heritage in Ken Bugul's Le baobab fou / Christopher Hogarth
  • 'Amélie Nothomb est un homme dangereux' : constructions médiatiques de l'identité / Mark D. Lee
  • Dissimulation et dédoublement dans l'œuvre de Suzanne Lilar / Carmen Cristea
  • Christine Angot's second-person autobiography / Natalie Edwards.