Léonore Brassard

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Léonore Brassard is a doctoral student in the University of Montreal’s Literatures and World Languages program. She works on the representation of sexual exchange in modern and contemporary literatures, especially on the economy of gift and counter-gift in the texting of prostitution.
At the same time, she is interested in the fields of feminist and gender studies: her research on mastery posed the question of the technical and mechanical performance of the genre, in a comparative way between Les Chiennes savantes (1996), Virginie Despentes and L’Ève future ( 1886) of Villiers de l’Isle-Adam.

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