A propos du "Rachildisme" ou Rachilde et les lesbiennes

@article{Fisher2003APD,
  title={A propos du "Rachildisme" ou Rachilde et les lesbiennes},
  author={Dominique D. Fisher},
  journal={Nineteenth-Century French Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={297 - 310}
}
La lesbienne hante l'espace romanesque rachildien fin de siecle dans un contexte decadent pour le moins ambivalent. Car si Rachilde a ete parmi les premieres femmes a introduire des lesbiennes dans ses oevres et a les utiliser pour destabiliser les frontieres entre les sexes et les genres, il n'en reste pas moins que la lesbienne alimente souvent chez elle une misogynie et un antifeminisme notoires. A la fois objet de fascination et de mepris, la lesbienne n'assumerait par ailleurs qu'un role… Expand
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