Trois exils, trois femmes, trois Médées du Québec contemporain
AbstractThe myth of Medea makes its contemporary appearance in the feminist writings in Quebec. However, the works in the study need first and foremost to be rewrites of the myth situating the infanticide mother in a very precise social and historical context — namely one of exile and of migration. Résumé Le mythe de Médée fait son apparition contemporaine dans l’écriture au féminin du Québec. Or les œuvres à l’étude se veulent d’abord et avant tout des réécritures du mythe situant la mère infanticide dans un cadre social et historique très précis — notamment celui de l’exil et de la migration.
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