'Une femme qui rêve n'est pas tout à fait une femme': Lélia en rupture d'identité

In the first version of her novel Lélia (1833), George Sand raises the question of a woman's identity to a crisis point by articulating it around the heroine's frigidity.

Ender, Evelyn.

Impressionnisme Poétique chez Marie Krysinska: Esthétique de L'Ambiguïté et Démarche Féministe

Marie Krysinska, Polish-born French woman poet, musician, femme chansonnier, and novelist of the decadent and symbolist period, innovated with free verse and was an active member of turn-of-the-century Parisian literary cabarets.

Goulesque, Florence
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