Women's Time

  title={Women's Time},
  author={Julia Kristeva and Alice A. Jardine and H. G. O. Blake},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  pages={13 - 35}
The nation--dream and reality of the nineteenth century-seems to have reached both its apogee and its limits when the 1929 crash and the National-Socialist apocalypse demolished the pillars that, according to Marx, were its essence: economic homogeneity, historical tradition, and linguistic unity.1 It could indeed be demonstrated that World War II, though fought in the name of national values (in the above sense of the term), brought an end to the nation as a reality: It was turned into a mere… 
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