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Title: War displacement in Nadine Gordime’s July’s people (1981)
Authors: Bazziz, Ahlam
Hafsa, Naima
Keywords: Roman : Nadine Gordime’s July’s people
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: university of Oum- El- Bouaghi
Abstract: This dissertation aims to examine the different effects of war movements on the displaced people. The study attempts to provide an analysis of Nadine Gordimer's July's people in a way that evokes the social, cultural and psychological problems that the war displaced people suffer from as a result of their displacement. In short, the study attempts to show the negative effects of war displacement on the dislocated people. The research is informed by three literary theories, which are feminism, Neo-Marxism, and psychoanalysis. Reading Gordimer's July's people in the context of this research suggests the destructive consequences and damages war displacement has had on the displaced people's psyches' and social relationships.
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