Amandine Dhée, write the desire
Amandine Dhée, French writer in studio at RFI (February 2020). © RFI / Fanny Renard
By: Catherine Fruchon-Toussaint
After La Femme brouillon, a fair and offbeat look at pregnancy (Prix Hors Concours 2017), Amandine Dhée confirms her talent as a stylist with her new book entitled À mains nues, published by La Contre Allée, which raises the question of female desire faced Standards.
Cover of Amandine Dhée's book © La Contre Allée
"In À mains nuues, Amandine Dhée explores the question of desire in the light of a woman's journey and her sexual and emotional experiences. How to become yourself in a society where ready-made discourses and ready-to-think models abound The narrator revisits her whole life, from childhood to adulthood and projects herself into the age of old age.
Feminist thinking appears at each of these ages.
Amandine Dhée thus continues the reflection started in 2017 with "La femme brouillon" on the representation of women in the collective imagination and their emancipation. " (Presentation of the editor La Contre Allée ).
The author takes part in the 1st “ Break-in ” festival which takes place at the Bpi of the Center Pompidou in Paris, from February 27 to March 1, 2020.
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