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Atack, Margaret, and Phil Powrie, Contemporary French Fiction by Women: Feminist Perspectives, Manchester University Press, 1990.

This study includes a chapter on Ernaux.

Fallaize, Elizabeth, French Women's Writing: Recent Fiction, Macmillan, 1993.

Fallaize's study includes a chapter on Ernaux.

Gillick, Muriel R., Tangled Minds: Understanding Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, Plume, 1999.

Dr. Gillick creates a composite patient to show the problems that Alzheimer's sufferers and their families face, as well as providing an historical perspective of the disease.

Holmes, Diana, French Women's Writing: 1848-1994, The Athlone Press, 1996.

Holmes traces the development of French women's writing over a period of 150 years.

Stephens, Sonia, ed., A History of Women's Writing in France, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

This study introduces French women's writing from the sixth century to the present day. Each chapter focuses on a given period and a range of writers. A reference section includes a guide to more than 150 authors and...

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