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- DescriptionMarguerite Duras's writing is analogous to the surrealist endeavor, though her work is rarely compared to surrealist principles. This study proposes a detailed analysis of Duras's relationship to the male-dominated literary domain of Surrealism, founded in France in 1924 by Andre Breton. Such an approach allows a greater understanding of her work and broadens the realm of surrealist aesthetics to include the female experience. With Duras's final text C'est tout in mind, this book suggests a reevaluation of the Durassian corpus based on a comparison of the ultimate silence of her texts to the surrealist ideal of the marvelous. This study shows how Duras's work encourages a reexamination of the surrealist movement to encompass the feminine unconscious, which finds its place in the realm of silence.
- Author BiographyThe Author: Lisa F. Signori received her B.A. in French from Macalester College and her M.A. in French and Ph.D. in Romance languages from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She taught French at Central Methodist College for three years. She currently lives and writes in the South of France.
- Author(s)Lisa F. Signori
- PublisherPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Date of Publication01/12/2000
- Series TitleFrancophone Cultures & Literatures
- Series Part/Volume Number31
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Weight370 g
- Width160 mm
- Height230 mm
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