Madeleine Velguth analyzes the representation of women in the first six novels of Raymond Queneau (1903-1976) in the context of the social and intellectual climate of early twentieth-century France. Her balanced approach shows how surrealism, psychoanalysis and autobiography inform Queneau's sympathetic and finely-drawn portraits of women. Revealing previously unnoticed structures, Velguth's study presents these works as an organic whole; six variations on the theme of the slow maturing of the man and the artist.
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Subtítulo: THE REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICA