Quand le conflit s'invite au « Royaume des femmes »: Madeleine, mentore littéraire et marraine de guerre pour le journal canadien-français, La Patrie (1914–1918)

TitleQuand le conflit s'invite au « Royaume des femmes »: Madeleine, mentore littéraire et marraine de guerre pour le journal canadien-français, La Patrie (1914–1918)
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsRannaud, Adrien
JournalQuebec Studies
Volume68
Issue1
Pagination37-54
Abstract

This study builds on the work of Chantal Savoie (2014) surrounding the first French-Canadian women writers at the turn of the twentieth century to approach the First World War as an event that influenced the process of women's collective access to literature. The case of "Le Royaume des femmes," the women's page of the daily La Patrie, directed by Anne-Marie Huguenin (née Gleason, pen name “Madeleine”), appears to be significant of this reconfiguration of women's discursive practices and of women's relationship with politics. In this article, I show how the feminine page constitutes a crucible of commitment to the feminine in Québec.

URLhttps://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/article/54314/
Translated TitleWhen the Conflict Takes Place in the "Kingdom of Women": Madeleine, Literary Mentor and War Godmother for the French-Canadian Newspaper, La Patrie (1914–1918)
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