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La condition de la femme dans le roman Kiffe kiffe demain
Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, French.
2018 (French)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [fr]

Ce mémoire porte sur la condition de la femme dans le premier roman de Faïza Guène: Kiffe kiffe demain (2004). Notre étude porte une attention particulière à la narratrice Doria et les autres personnages principaux originaires du Maghreb et vivant en banlieue parisienne. Le roman raconte la vie de Doria, une jeune adolescente française, issue de l’immigration maghrébine. La narratrice décrit les conditions difficiles des femmes maghrébines dans sa cité. Elle dépeint une image positive de la cité qui n’est pas celle de la criminalité, des préjugés et des stéréotypes. Le cadre théorique est basé sur les Gender studies ou « études féministes », mais aussi sur la situation de la population musulmane en France en général et la condition de la femme maghrébine musulmane en France en particulier. Nous avons choisi cinq thèmes-clés pour l’analyse afin de comprendre le rôle de la femme dans le roman: l’abandon, la famille, le mariage, le racisme et la discrimination ainsi que la banlieue parisienne. L’étude explique comment l’identité s’exprime à travers ces cinq thèmes. Nous pouvons dire que le roman Kiffe kiffe demain de Guène est féministe parce que la narratrice se bat pour les droits et les libertés des femmes maghrébines vivant en France.

Abstract [en]

This thesis focuses on the condition of women in Faïza Guène's first novel: Kiffe kiffe demain (2004). Our study pays particular attention to the narrator Doria and the other main characters all from the Maghreb living in the suburbs of Paris. The novel tells the story of Doria, a young French teenager, born of Maghrebi immigration. The narrator describes the difficult conditions of Maghrebi women in her city. She portrays a positive image of the city that is not of crime, prejudice and stereotypes. The theoretical framework is based on Gender Studies, but also on the situation of the Muslim population in France in general and the condition of the Maghrebian Muslim woman in France in particular. We chose five key themes for the analysis to understand the role of women in the novel: abandonment, family, marriage, racism and discrimination, and the Parisian suburbs. The study clarifies how identity is expressed through these five themes. We can say that the Guène’s novel Kiffe kiffe demain is feminist because the narrator is fights for the rights and freedoms of Maghrebi women living in France.

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2018.
Keywords [en]
Faïza Guène, Maghreb immigration, Parisian suburbs, identity, feminism
Keywords [fr]
Faïza Guène, immigration maghrébine, banlieue parisienne, identité, féminisme
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URN: urn:nbn:se:du-28165OAI: oai:DiVA.org:du-28165DiVA, id: diva2:1232715
Available from: 2018-07-12 Created: 2018-07-12

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