Women and the City in French Literature and Culture: Reconfiguring the Feminine in the Urban Environment

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The city has traditionally been configured as a fundamentally masculine space. This collection of essays seeks to question many of the idees recues surrounding women's ongoing association with the private, the domestic and the rural. Covering a selection of films, journals and novels from the French medieval period to the Franco-Algerian present, it challenges the traditionally gendered dichotomisation of the masculine public and feminine private upon which so much of French and European literature and culture is predicated ...

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