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La robinsonnade, une affaire de femme engagée au début du xixe siècle

  • Publication type: Journal article
  • Journal: Cahiers d’études nodiéristes
    2019 – 2, n° 8
    . Littérature de jeunesse et Europe romantique
  • Author: Dubois-Marcoin (Danielle)
  • Abstract: Rapidly translated throughout Europe, Daniel ­Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe (1719), extensively rewritten, serves as a matrix for the robinsonade, an essential novelistic model from the early days of youth literature. We see works ranging from Mme De ­Montolieu’s dialogue—full of freedom with Rousseauian prescriptions regarding fiction for young people—to the expression of political engagement : discreet in Eugénie Foa, more ­combative in the hands of the Catholic women authors Mme Mallès de Beaulieu and Mme Woillez.

  • Pages: 87 to 102
  • Last edition: 2019
  • Journal: Nodier Studies, n° 6

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  • ISBN: 978-2-406-09219-3
  • ISSN: 2264-8496
  • DOI: 10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-09220-9.p.0087
  • Publisher: Classiques Garnier
  • Parution date: 05-02-2019
  • Periodicity: Biannual
  • Language: French
  • Keywords: woman author, Catholicism, education, youth literature, rewriting
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