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Post-war Jewish women's writing in French

Author: Lucille Cairns; Modern Humanities Research Association.
Publisher: London : Legenda : Modern Humanities Research Association : Maney Pub., 2011.
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How have French Jewish women reacted to the great traumas of the last century, the Holocaust, North African decolonization and the resulting migration of African Jews to France, the Arab-Israeli crisis and the aftermath of 9/11? Cairns's major new volume identities the themes of books by French Jewish women from 1945 to the present, day, gauging to what extent they are dominated by, informed by, or relatively  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lucille Cairns; Modern Humanities Research Association.
ISBN: 9781906540401 1906540403
OCLC Number: 731677878
Description: 257 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: World War II : the Shoah and its psycho-memorial legacies --
Second generation : the transmission of trauma --
Nation/deracination : gendered experiences of diaspora and the French Republic --
New sites of conflict : the personal and the political.
Responsibility: Lucille Cairns.

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