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Women and Narrative Identity - Rewriting the Quebec National Text (Paperback, New Ed) Loot Price: R620 Discovery Miles 6 200

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Women and Narrative Identity - Rewriting the Quebec National Text (Paperback, New Ed): Mary Green
Women and Narrative Identity - Rewriting the Quebec National Text (Paperback, New Ed): Mary Green

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Women and Narrative Identity - Rewriting the Quebec National Text (Paperback, New Ed)

Mary Green

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In Women and Narrative Identity Green demonstrates that the "national text" has at times functioned to constrain women's literary expression, while in other cases it has empowered the feminine voice, endowing it with a unique identitary power. She shows that writers such as Laure Conan, Germaine Guevremont, Gabrielle Roy, Anne Hebert, and Marie-Claire Blais have been recognized as important because they have been widely perceived as speaking to and about the people of Quebec. The Quebec identity narrative has offered women writers a framework within which they are able not only to make their voices heard but to tell a story of feminine dispossession and desire that often questions central cultural values. Green shows that while women writers in Europe and America have subtly altered the form of the novel, in Quebec women have, in rewriting the narratives of Quebec identity, also redefined the terms of the nation itself.

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Imprint: McGill-Queen's University Press
Country of origin: Canada
Release date: May 2002
First published: May 2002
Authors: Mary Green
Dimensions: 231 x 165 x 16mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 216
Edition: New Ed
ISBN-13: 978-0-7735-2207-7
Barcode: 9780773522077
Categories: Books > Social sciences > Sociology, social studies > Gender studies > Women's studies
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LSN: 0-7735-2207-7

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