RECHERCHE SUR LEÏLA SEBBAR
Zahlner-Casmier, Yahia. Anti- and auto-exotism in the works of three North African women writers (Assia Djebar, Leïla Sebbar, Emna Belhaj). Washington University, 2005.
Stranges, Peter Bartles. Rebellion and Nihilism in the Works of Leïla Sebbar and V. S. Naipaul. Rice University, 2005.
Kian, Soheila. La Traversée des frontières : écritures et transgressions d'Assia Djebar et de Leïla Sebbar. University of Los Angeles, 2002.
McCullough, Mary Elisabeth. 'Beur' Culture as 'Métissage' in the Works of Leïla Sebbar. Michigan State University, 2001.
Clifford, Caroline Christiane. Writing Others: Itinerary, Poetics and Reception of Leïla Sebbar's Novels and Short Stories, University of Virginia, 1999.
McConnel, Daphne Leigh. Identity and Subjectivity in the Works of North African and French North-African Women Novelists. University of Georgia, 1998.
Huugues, Laurence Christine. Forbidden gaze, several sounds. The Problematic of the Gaze in the work of Algerian women writers from colonial and postcolonial era. Brown University, 1998.
Orlando, Valerie Key. Beyong Postcolonial Discourse : New Problematics of Feminine Identity in Contemporary Francophone Literature (Tahar Ben Jelloun, Assia Djebar, Leïla Sebbar), 1997.
Donadey, Anne. Polyphonic and Palimpsestic Discourse in the Works of Assia Djebar and Leïla Sebbar. Northwestern University, 1993.
Merini, Rakika. The Subversion of the Culture of Voyeurism in the Works of Assia Djebar and Leïla Sebbar: a socio-literary Study. Binghamton University, 1992.
Vergano, Elisabeth Lucie. Poétique, politique et culture dans les romans de Leïla Sebbar. University of Texas, 1992
Actualisation : juillet 2007