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The Representation of Women in the Autobiographical Novels of Raymond Queneau


Madeleine Catherine Velguth

Contents: The Status of Women in the France of Raymond Queneau's Early Novels: 1903-1940 - Women in Queneau's Life - Mothers and Mediators - The Autobiographical Novels: A Focus on Women.
This book is the first to analyze Queneau's portrayal of women and the first to organize hitherto fragmented biographical data into a narrative. It will interest specialists in twentieth-century French literature, autobiographical studies and women's studies, as well as the educated general reader who knows some French and is familiar with Queneau's work.