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Unnatural women and uncomfortable readers? Clotilde Escalle's tales of transgression.
In: Rye, G and Worton, M, (eds.)
Women's Writing in Contemporary France: New Writers, New Literatures in the 1990's.
(207 - 221).
Manchester University Press: Manchester, UK.
Jill Forbes 21-June 1947 13-July 2001 - In-memoriam.
1 - 3.
Whose body is it anyway? Reading Hervé Guibert/ Seeing him and his works.
Journal of the Institute of Romance Studies
292 - 306.