Léonore Brassard

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Léonore Brassard is a Ph.D candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature of the University of Montréal. Her work focuses on sexual exchange in modern and contemporary literature, inter alia, on the economy of gifting and reciprocity in the literary representation of prostitution.

She also specializes in feminist and gender studies: her Master’s thesis was a comparative analysis of the technical and mechanical performance of gender in Les Chiennes savantes (1996) by Virginie Despentes and L’Ève future (1886) by Villiers de l’Isle-Adam.


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