The Feminist Encyclopedia of French Literature, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313033455
  • ISBN-13: 9780313033452
  • DDC: 840.992870
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 636 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 1999 | Published/Released December 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 1999

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Provides extensive information about French women writers and the world in which they lived. Spans French literature from the Middle Ages to the present and covers those writers who lived and worked mainly in France.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
A Feminist History of French Literature.
The Middle Ages.
Sixteenth Century.
Seventeenth Century.
Eighteenth Century.
Nineteenth Century.
Twentieth Century.
1: Abortion.
2: Ackermann, Louise Victorine Choquet (1813–1890).
3: Adam, Juliette (Née Juliette Lambert, Also Known as Juliette Lamber) (1836–1936).
4: Adultery.
5: Agoult, Marie d’ (Née Marie-Catherine-Sophie), Comtesse de Flavigny (1805–1876).
6: Aïssé, Charlotte Elisabeth (c. 1694–1733).
7: Albiach, Anne-Marie (1937– ).
8: Albret, Jeanne d’ (1528–1572).
9: Alia, Josette (1936– ).
10: Allart, Hortense (1801–1879).
11: Amar, Marlène (1949– ).
12: Amazons.
13: Amboise, Katherine d’ (?–1550).
14: Amrouche, Marie-Louise Taos (1913–1976).
15: Anarchism.
16: Androgyny (1800–1900).
17: Angeville, Henriette d’ (1794–1871).
18: Angot, Christine (?– ).
19: Anissimov, Myriam (1943– ).
20: Anne, Catherine (?– ).
21: Arnaud, Angélique (Née Bassin) (1799–1884).
22: Arnothy, Christine (1930– ).
23: Atlan, Liliane Cohen (1932– ).
24: Aubespine, Madeleine de l’ (Dame de Villeroy) (1546–1596).
25: Aubrac, Lucie (1912– ).
26: Auclert, Hubertine (1848–1914).
27: Audouard, Olympe (1830–1890).
28: Audoux, Marguerite (Pseudonym of Marguerite Donquichotte) (1863–1937).
29: Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville, Baronne d’ (Also Known as Comtesse) (1650 or 1651–1705).
30: Autobiography.
31: Autriche, Marguerite d’ (1480–1530).
32: Babois, Marguerite Victoire (1760–1839).
33: Badinter, Elisabeth (1944– ).
34: Balasko, Josiane (1950– ).
35: Bancquart, Marie-Claire (1932– ).
36: Barbier, Marie-Anne (1670–1745).
37: Barney, Natalie Clifford (1877–1972).
38: Baroche, Christiane (?– ).
39: Barry, Marie Jeanne Bécu du (1743–1793).
40: Barthélémy-Hadot, Marie-Adélaïde (1763–1821).
41: Bas-bleu.
42: Beauharnais, Fanny de (1737–1813).
43: Beaumer, Madame de (Eighteenth Century).
44: Beauvoir, Simone de (1908–1986).
45: Beccary, Madame (Also Known as Beccari) (Eighteenth Century).
46: Beck, Béatrix (1914– ).
47: Belghoul, Farida (1958– ).
48: Belgiojoso (or Belgioioso), Cristina Trivulzio di, “la Bellejoyeuse” (1808–1871).
49: Bellon, Loleh (1925– ).
50: Belot (or Bellot), Octavie Guichard, Présidente Durey de Meynières (1719–1804).
51: Belvo (or Bellevaux), Marquise de (1728–?).
52: Benmussa, Simone (?– ).
53: Benoist (or Benoît), Françoise Albine (1724–1809).
54: Bernard, Catherine (1663–1712?).
55: Bernheim, Cathy (1948– ).
56: Bernheim, Emmanuèle (1956– ).
57: The Beur Novel.
58: Beyala, Calixthe (1961– ).
59: Bible.
60: Billetdoux, Raphaële (1951– ).
61: Birth Control.
62: Blanc, Thérèse (1840–1907).
63: Blanchecotte, Augustine-Adolphine-Malvina Souville (1830–1897).
64: Blémur, Jacqueline Bouette de (1618–1698).
65: Bonal, Denise (?– ).
66: Boukhedenna, Sakinna (1959– ).
67: Bouraoui, Nina (1967– ).
68: Bourbon, Catherine de, Princess of France, Duchess of Bar (1559–1604).
69: Bourbon, Charlotte de Montpensier, Princesse d’Orange (1546 or 1547–1582).
70: Bourdic-Viot, Marie-Anne Payan de l’Estang, Marquise d’Antremont (Also Known as Mme de Bourdie) (1746–1802).
71: Bourette, Charlotte Reynier (1714–1784).
72: Bourgeois, Louise (Also Known as Boursier) (1563–1636).
73: Breast-Feeding.
74: Brégy (or Brégis), Charlotte Saumaise de Chazan, Comtesse de (1619–1693).
75: Bretagne, Anne de (1476–1514).
76: Brion, Hélène (1882–1962).
77: Brisac, Geneviève (1951– ).
78: Brohon, Jacqueline-Aimée (1737?–1778).
79: Buffet, Marguerite (Seventeenth Century).
80: Calages, Marie Pech (or Puech) de (1630–1661).
81: Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette Genest (1752–1822).
82: Cardinal, Marie (1929– ).
83: Caro, Pauline (1835–1901).
84: Carpe Diem.
85: Castelloza (Second Half of Twelfth Century? First Half of Thirteenth Century?).
86: Caylus, Marthe-Marguerite de Villette de Murcay, Marquise de (1673–1729).
87: Cerf, Muriel (1950– ).
88: Certain, Marie-Françoise (?–?).
89: Chaix, Marie (1942– ).
90: Chalem, Denise (1952– ).
91: Chansons de Geste.
92: Chansons de Toile.
93: Chantal, Jeanne-Françoise Frémyot (or Frémiot), Later Baronesse Rabutin de (1572–1641).
94: Chapsal, Madeleine (1925– ).
95: Charrière, Isabelle de (1740–1805).
96: Chastenay de Lanty, Louise Marie Victoire (Called Victorine), Comtesse de (1771–1855).
97: Châteauroux, Marie-Anne de Mailly-Nesle, Duchesse de (1717–1744).
98: Châtelet, Gabrielle Emilie le Tonnelier de Breteuil, Marquise de (1706–1749).
99: Chauveau, Sophie (1953– ).
100: Chawaf, Chantal (1943– ).
101: Chedid, Andrée (1920– ).
102: Chéron, Elisabeth Sophie (1647–1711).
103: Children’s Literature.
104: Christianity.
105: Christine de Pizan (c. 1364–c. 1431).
106: Cinema.
107: Cixous, Hélène (1937– ).
108: Clairon, Claire Josèphe Hyppolyte Leris de la Tude (1723–1803).
109: Classicism.
110: Clément, Catherine (1939– ).
111: Coicy, Madame de (Eighteenth Century).
112: Coignard, Gabrielle de (c. 1550–c. 1586).
113: Colet, Louise (1810–1876).
114: Colette, Sidonie-Gabrielle (1873–1954).
115: Colleville, Anne Hyacinthe de Saint-Leger, Dame de (1761–1824).
116: Collin, Françoise (1928– ).
117: Colonialism.
118: Commune, The Paris.
119: Compagnonnage.
120: Compain, Louise-Marie (?–?).
121: Condorcet, Sophie de Grouchy de (1764–1822).
122: Constant, Paule (1944– ).
123: Convents.
124: Corday, Charlotte (1768–1793).
125: Cosmopolitism.
126: Cosnard, Marthe (1614–After 1659).
127: Cotteblanche, Marie de (Sixteenth Century).
128: Cottin, Sophie Risteau (1770–1807).
129: Courtly Love.
130: Craven de la Ferronays, Pauline (1808–1891).
131: Crenne, Hélisenne de (Literary Pseudonym of Marguerite Briet) (1510?–1560?).
132: Cross-Dressing.
133: Dacier, Anne Le Fèvre (1654–1721).
134: Dada.
135: Daubié, Julie Victoire (1824–1874).
136: Decadence (c. 1884–1914).
137: Deforges, Régine (1935– ).
138: Delarue-Mardrus, Lucie (1874–1945).
139: Delbée, Anne (1946– ).
140: Delbo, Charlotte (1913–1985).
141: Delphy, Christine (1941– ).
142: Démar, Claire (1800?–1833).
143: Dentière (or D’Ennetières), Marie (d. 1561).
144: Deraismes, Maria (1828–1894).
145: Deroin, Jeanne (1805–1894).
146: Desbordes-Valmore, Marceline (1786–1859).
147: Deshoulières, Antoinette du Ligier de la Garde, Madame (1637–1694).
148: Dia, Comtessa de (Second Half of Twelfth Century?).
149: Didactic Literature.
150: Dieulafoy, Jane (1851–1916).
151: Divorce.
152: Djebar, Assia (1936– ).
153: Djura (1949– ).
154: Dormann, Geneviève (1933– ).
155: Dorval, Marie (1798–1849).
156: Doutreligne, Louise (1948– ).
157: Droit du Seigneur (Droit de Cuissage).
158: Du Bocage (or Du Boccage), Anne-Marie Fiquet (1710–1802).
159: Du Deffand, Marie de Vichy-Chamrond, Marquise (1697–1780).
160: Dufrénoy, Adélaïde-Gillette Billet (1765–1825).
161: Du Noyer, Anne-Marguerite Petit, Dame (1663–1719).
162: Durand, Catherine, Dame Bédacier (?–1736?).
163: Durand, Marguerite (1864–1936).
164: Duras, Claire de (1777–1828).
165: Duras, Marguerite (1914–1996).
166: Eaubonne, Françoise d’ (1920– ).
167: Ecole Lyonnaise.
168: Ecriture Féminine.
169: Education.
170: Elie de Beaumont, Anne Louise (1729 or 1730–1783).
171: Encyclopédie.
172: Enlightenment.
173: Epinay, Louise-Florence Tardieu d’ (1726–1783).
174: Ernaux, Annie (1940– ).
175: Erotic Fiction (1799 to the Present).
176: Essentialism.
177: Estienne, Nicole (1545–Between 1584 and 1596).
178: Estournelles, Louise de Constant d’ (1792–1860).
179: Etcherelli, Claire (1934– ).
180: Etienne, Marie (1938– ).
181: Evangelism.
182: Existentialism.
183: Fable.
184: Fabliaux.
185: Fagnon, Marie-Antoinette (?–c. 1770).
186: Fairy Tales.
187: Falconnet (or Falconet), Françoise-Cécile de Chaumont (1738–1819).