Adele King (essay date 1989)
SOURCE: King, Adele. “Nathalie Sarraute.” In French Women Novelists: Defining a Female Style, pp. 85-107. London: Macmillan, 1989.
[In the following essay, King examines the works of Nathalie Sarraute, noting that the writer did not associate her strong sense of political feminism with her work.]
When I write, I am neither man nor woman, cat nor dog. I am not me. … I don't exist.
(Rykiel, 1984, p. 40)
I have never understood how some writers can display their life as they do. … What counts is the books.
(Saporta, 1984, p. 23)...
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