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by Alex Hughes,Kate Ince,Jennifer Birkett

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Alex Hughes,Kate Ince,Jennifer Birkett
ISBN: 1859730191
ISBN13: 978-1859730195
Language: English
Publisher: Berg Publishers (March 1, 1996)
Pages: 191
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Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-1859730492. Series: Berg French Studies Series.

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This fascinating study explores the pleasures and torments of love and sexuality as depicted in the works of six important French women writers: Rachilde, Colette, Leduc, Wittig, Cixous and Duras. Historically, erotic literature has been dominated by male writers.

This fascinating study explores the pleasures and torments of love and sexuality as depicted in the works of six important French women writers: Rachilde, Colette, Leduc, Wittig, Cixous and Duras

Paperback March 1, 1996. This fascinating study explores the pleasures and torments of love and sexuality as depicted in the works of six important French women writers: Rachilde, Colette, Leduc, Wittig, Cixous and Duras.

Alexandra Hughes, Kate Ince. This fascinating study explores the pleasures and torments of love and sexuality as depicted in the works of six important French women writers: Rachilde, Colette, Leduc, Wittig, Cixous and Duras

Alexandra Hughes, Kate Ince.

com Short Title FRENCH EROTIC FICTION.

Short Title FRENCH EROTIC FICTION. French Coast - Paperback NEW Anita Hughes(Au 2015-05-01. Author:-Anita Hughes(Author). Genre: Women's Fiction.

Margaret Atack and Phil Powrie (eds), Contemporary French Fiction by Women: Feminist Perspectives (Manchester and New .

Margaret Atack and Phil Powrie (eds), Contemporary French Fiction by Women: Feminist Perspectives (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1990). The discussion that follows focuses on women’s prose writing. Diana Holmes, Alex Hughes and Jennifer Birkett in Alex Hughes and Kate Ince (eds), French Erotic Fiction: Women’s Desiring Writing (Oxford and Washington, DC: Berg, 1996). 14. First published in Feminist Issues, 5 (2) (Fall 1985); revised for Nancy K. Miller (e., The Poetics of Gender (New York: Columbia University Press, 1986), pp. 63–73.

This fascinating study explores the pleasures and torments of love and sexuality as depicted in the works of six important French women writers: Rachilde, Colette, Leduc, Wittig, Cixous and Duras. Historically, erotic literature has been dominated by male writers. Feminist critics have argued that its central motifs of voyeurism, sadomasochism, incest and violence to women's bodies are governed by the unconscious fantasies and prejudices of a patriarchal sociocultural order.The contributors question how this sociocultural order has affected the erotic writing of the women writers studied. They explore the opportunities for, and constraints on, women's erotic writing in the early to mid-twentieth century through the works of Rachilde, Colette and Leduc. This is contrasted with the writing of prominent contemporary authors -- Wittig, Cixous and Duras -- to reveal new developments and diversification within the genre. The focus throughout is on how these writers deal with erotic language and rhetoric, their treatment of traditional themes of eroticism, and -- most vital to recent feminist criticism and theory -- their vision of the female body and women's sexual pleasure. The book provides key insights into the development of women's erotic discourse throughout this century and the diversity that characterizes it.
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