Chantal Chawaf - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Rodgers, Catherine,Gender in Modern France: Society in Transition - edited by Malcolm Cook, Grace Davie (Routledge, 1999)
  • Monique Saigal, Ecriture: Lien De Mere a Fille Chez Jeanne Hyvrard, Chantal Chawaf Et Annie Ernaux, (Rodopi, 2000)
  • Robson, Kathryn,"The female vampire: Chantal Chawaf's melancholic Autofiction" in "Women's writing in contemporary France: New Writers, New Literatures in the 1990s", directed by Rye, Gill & Worton, Michael; (Manchester University Press, 2002)
  • Coward, David, History of French Literature: From Chanson de Geste to Cinema;(Blackwell Publishing, 2003)
  • Vicki Mistacco, Les Femmes et la tradition littéraire- 2eme partie, Yale University, 2006
  • Frédérique Chevillot and Anna Norris, Des Femmes écrivent la guerre, Editions complicité, 2007
  • Collectif, Génération MLF 1968-2008, Ed. des Femmes- Antoinette Fouque, 2008

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