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Rémanences médéennes dans La réparation de Colombe Schneck

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This article examines Medea’s remanences through the figures of the “women mothers who wanted to live” in La réparation by Colombe Schneck. At the cross point of a family investigation and the exploration of Holocaust postmemory, La réparation revolves around a family story that is unspeakable and shameful because of the sacrificing instead of self-sacrificing mothers at its core. The “mothers who wanted to live” perform a motherhood that does not conform to the representations of the good mother. The myth of Medea helps us to look upon the grey zone of motherhood and understand how complex and ambiguous maternal figures can be as long as they are not seen through the frame of the antagonists of the good and the bad mother.
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Colombe Schneck, mère infanticide, women's writing, postmemory, Holocaust French literature, representation of motherhood, Medea, infanticide mother, Shoah, La réparation, postmémoire, littérature des femmes, littérature française, Médée

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Ledoux-Beaugrand, Evelyne. “Rémanences Médéennes Dans La Réparation De Colombe Schneck.” Ed. Marie Carrière. MUSEMEDUSA 3 (2015): n. pag. Print.
APA
Ledoux-Beaugrand, E. (2015). Rémanences médéennes dans La réparation de Colombe Schneck. (M. Carrière, Ed.)MUSEMEDUSA, (3).
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Ledoux-Beaugrand, Evelyne. 2015. “Rémanences Médéennes Dans La Réparation De Colombe Schneck.” Ed. Marie Carrière. Musemedusa (3).
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Ledoux-Beaugrand, Evelyne. 2015. “Rémanences Médéennes Dans La Réparation De Colombe Schneck.” Ed. Marie Carrière. Musemedusa (3).
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Ledoux-Beaugrand E. Rémanences médéennes dans La réparation de Colombe Schneck. Carrière M, editor. MUSEMEDUSA. 2015;(3).
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E. Ledoux-Beaugrand, “Rémanences médéennes dans La réparation de Colombe Schneck,” MUSEMEDUSA, no. 3, 2015.
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