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L'Eau: Source D'une Ecriture Dans les Litteratures Feminines Francophones

L'Eau: Source D'une Ecriture Dans les Litteratures Feminines Francophones (Hardback)

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L'eau: source d'une ecriture dans les litteratures feminines francophones est un recueil d'essais sur la composante de l'eau dans les textes d'ecrivains contemporains d'Afrique Noire, d'Afrique du Nord, du Quebec, de France, de Suisse, de Belgique et des Caraibes. Partant de l'hypothese selon laquelle l'eau constitue une matiere qui donnerait a la creativite feminine une specificite propre, ces essais examinent la maniere dont cet element sous-tend l'imaginaire feminin. Le recueil souligne ainsi la constance du retour aux sources profondes dans le processus de la creation litteraire.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 - Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 01/10/1995 ISBN-13: 9780820426150  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Yolande Helm detient un doctorat de la Pennsylvania State University (1989). Professeur adjoint a Hope College (Michigan), elle est specialiste de litterature contemporaine et d'etudes feminines francopohones. Elle est co-editrice de BFF-Presence Francophone et auteur d'articles sur Colette et Marie Gevers, ecrivaine belge, dont elle prepare la biographie litteraire.

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