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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 Poupees de cire, poupees de sang : les femmes dans la litterature australienne
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This article explores the portrayal of women in contemporary Australian literature - as suffering beings, self-harming, bulimic, obese, depressed and even mad. The author examines women writers' sense of the body as a source of suffering rather than pleasure.

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  • English translation of the title: Wax dolls , bloodied/mutilated dolls : women in Australian literature.

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Language: French
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