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Corporeal bonds : the daughter-mother relationship in twentieth century Italian women's writing

Author: Patrizia Sambuco
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©2012.
Series: Toronto Italian studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The mother-daughter relationship is a popular theme in contemporary Italian writing but has never before been analysed in a comprehensive book-length study. In Corporeal Bonds, Patrizia Sambuco analyses novels by authors such as Elsa Morante, Francesca Sanvitale, Mariateresa Di Lascia, and Elena Ferrante, each of which is narrated from the daughter's point of view and depicts the daughter's bond with the mother.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrizia Sambuco
ISBN: 9781442644250 1442644257
OCLC Number: 778189883
Description: vi, 215 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1 Psychoanalytic Accounts of Sexual Difference: Luce Irigaray and Italian Feminism ; The Denial of the Mother ; The Mother Figure and the Maternal ; Irigaray: Subjectivity and the Mother-Daughter Corporeal Bond ; From Mothers to Daughters: The Italian Scene ; Diotima and Luisa Muraro ; Adriana Cavarero --
2 Elsa Morante's Menzogna e sortilegio: The Incorporeal Bond ; Menzogna e sortilegio and the Critics ; Motherhood and the Mother-Daughter Relationship: Cesira and Anna ; Maternal Love: Rosaria and Alessandra ; Elisa --
3 Francesca Sanvitale's Madre e figlia: Bodies of Pain and Imagination ; Body as Object of Desire ; The Male Hero ; Medical Establishment: The Attack on the Body ; Critique and Re-imagining ; Writing, Imagination, and Language ; Narrator, Character, and Author in Search of Identity --
4 Mariateresa Di Lascia's Passaggio in ombra: The Maternal as Expression of Desire and Corporeality ; Desire ; Chiara ; The Daughter within the Heterosexual Economy ; Body and Knowledge --
5 Elena Ferrante's L'amore molesto: The Renegotiation of the Mother's Body ; Delia: The Love and Hatred of a Selfless Subject ; Reconstructing the Past ; The Language of Dresses --
6 Elena Stancanelli's Benzina: The Surreal Mother-Daughter Relationship and New Possibilities ; Elena Stancanelli and the Literary Scene, 1995-2000 ; Benzina 154 ; Mother and Daughter: Different Bodies, Different Personalities ; A Relationship of Fusion and Independence ; Oppressed Bodies in the Family Home ; Looking, and Looking at Each Other.
Series Title: Toronto Italian studies.
Other Titles: Daughter-mother relationship in twentieth century Italian women's writing
Responsibility: Patrizia Sambuco.
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