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Some of the most largely stated attributes of Francophone literature ordinarily is that it brings wideranging socio-political matters to endure on literary thought, worldviews, and old occasions. This research brings to gentle the ensuing implications of this truth at the common issues of femininity underlying the originating, unveiling, and demystifying that take place within the works of 2 of the best-known and such a lot hugely complete ladies writers of North African beginning - Assia Djébar and Leïla Sebbar. This research additionally issues itself with those writers' texts and intertexts of their dating with cultural manifestations and with language.

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