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Rachilde and French Women's Authorship: From Decadence to Modernism

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Rachilde and French Women's Authorship: From Decadence to Modernism - Hawthorne, Melanie C
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Under the assumed name Rachilde, Marguerite Eymery (1860-1953) wrote over sixty works of fiction, drama, poetry, memoir, and criticism, including Monsieur V???nus , one of the most famous examples of decadent fiction. She was closely associated with the literary journal Mercure de France , inspired parts of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray , and mingled with all the literary lights of the day. Yet for all that, very little has been written about her. Melanie C. Hawthorne corrects this oversight and counters the ...

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Rachilde and French Women's Authorship: From Decadence to Modernism 2001, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803224025

Hardcover