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This study looks at French women writers and representations of the Occupation in post-'68 France. Two groups of women writers are selected for discussion: "The Women Resisters," those who were adult resisters during the war years, and "The Daughters of the Occupation," those who were born during or after the war. By examining a number of texts, many of which have received little critical attention to date, this study analyzes how a nascent awareness of gender, representation and political activism informs the texts of an older generation of women writers. Such a perspective is reworked into overtly feminist representations of the Occupation by younger women writers who deal with their familial connection to three wartime memories: resistance, collaboration and Jewish persecution. This gender-conscious approach to women's writing and the Occupation marks this book as a new departure in the study of French literature and the Second World War.
'This book certainly does offer...a new perspective on French literature about the Second World War...(a 'gender-conscious' approach to a period habitually considered from the point of view of its male protagonists.' - Modern Languages Review
'A stimulating perspective and an interesting corpus of texts.' - African Affairs
Number Of Pages: 168
Published: 11th August 1998
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0 x 1.12
Weight (kg): 0.35