Fictions du scandale: Corps féminin et réalisme romanesque au dix-neuvième siècle
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According to Rogers, the nineteenth century was incapable of managing the feminine question and preferred to mythicize it. Everything that was related to it, especially feminine sexuality, was transformed into fiction. Thus women were saddled with the role of scapegoat.
About the Author(s):
Nathalie Buchet Rogers is a French professor at Wellesley College. She completed her Masters and PhD in French Studies at Brown University.