Naomi Bliven, "Daphne in India, Catherine in France", The New Yorker, July 02, 1966 (recension de The Jewel in the Crown de Paul Scott, et de The Opoponax de Monique Wittig)

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Yannick Chevalier, « Naomi Bliven, "Daphne in India, Catherine in France", The New Yorker, July 02, 1966 (recension de The Jewel in the Crown de Paul Scott, et de The Opoponax de Monique Wittig) », Études wittigiennes / Wittig Studies, ID : 10.58079/okpe


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The Opoponax by Monique Wittig (translated from the French by Helen Weaver ; published by Simon & Schuster ((Monique Wittig, The Opoponax [1964], trad. Helen Weaver, New York, Simon & Schuster, 1976.))) is a charming feat of virtuosity – a little girl’s own view of her unremarkable life from nursery school to high school. The little girl is Catherine Legrand, and she and her younger sister live in a French town, go to school, go to Church, play with each other, play with other children, visi...

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