Women’s Writing in France 2000–2010
Edited By Gill Rye and Amaleena Damlé
ed include well-established names, the ‘new generation’ of writers who fi rst came to the fore of the French literary scene in the 1990s and whose work has now matured into an important oeuvre, as well as new emerging writers of the 2000s, whose work is already attracting scholarly and critical attention. Within the overarching theme of ‘experiment and experience’, the contributors explore a range of issues: identities, family relations, violence, borders and limits, and the environment. They consider fi ction, autobiography, writing for the theatre, autofi ction and other hybrid genres and forms. Their analyses highlight diffi cult issues, refreshing perspectives and exciting new themes at the start of the new millennium and moving forward into the coming decades. Experiment and Experience Women’s Writing in France 2000–2010 Gill Rye with Amaleena Damlé (eds) www.peterlang.com E xp erim en t an d E xp erien ce W o m en’s W ritin g in Fran ce 2000–2010 ISBN 978-3-0343-0885-4 PETER LANG studies in contemporar y women’s writing R ye w ith D am lé (ed s) Gill Rye is Professor Emerita and Associate Fellow at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London, where she is Director of the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s Writing and editor of the series Studies in Contemporary Women’s Writing. Amaleena Damlé is Research Fellow in French at Girton College, Cambridge. She is a specialist in modern literature and thought and has written various articles, book chapters and a forthcoming...
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