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This work explores the significance of sex and gender in the construction of history and society - specifically, the Nazi genocide of Jews in World War II - by focusing on the writing of Anne Frank and Etty Hillesum. It uses a range of psychoanalytic and feminist theories to approach their writing.
DENISE DE COSTA is a researcher at the University for Humanist Studies in Utrecht. She is author of Silences That Speak: A Postmodern Reading of Feminine Writing. Irigaray, Kristeva, Lyotard
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