'Sellers's book is consistently lucid and enjoyable to read. She offers helpful introductions to a range of complex and sophisticated theoretical discourses, whilst...avoiding the pitfalls of over simplification...Required reading for anyone with an interest in (French) women's writing.' - Alex Hughes, Modern Languages Review 'Language and Sexual Difference provides a lucid and cogent account of 'French feminism' for non-French speaking readers...a fascinating and comprehensive guide to a complex and highly theoretical body of thought' An accessible introduction to French feminist theory and contemporary French women's writing for non-French speakers. The book offers a context to this challenging, controversial body of work by giving clear accounts of the philosophical, post-structural and psychoanalytic debates which have had such an impact on French intellectual life in recent years, and to which French feminist writers offer a response.
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan