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Traces of Françoise

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Write and fight!

As for you who will live after us, you will be asked to remain open to the invisible. That is to say to the small gaps in the Letters through which passes the murmured call so necessary to hear, if only once.

Françoise, La Liseuse et la Lyre

Biography

Biography

1920 – 2005 in twenty-three moments

Biography

Biography

1920 – 2005 in twenty-three moments

References by dates

References by dates

More than 100 books published, from 1940 to today

References by dates

More than 100 books published, from 1940 to today

Thematic references

Thematic references

Commented editions classified into 7 themes

Thematic references

Commented editions classified into 7 themes

Texts

Texts

Books, extracts, letters, articles, pamphlets…

Texts

Books, extracts, letters, articles, pamphlets…

Audios

Audios

Songs, interviews…

Audios

Songs, interviews…

Paintings

Paintings

Her secret garden…

Paintings

Her secret garden…

“I bequeath to all those who have loved me and will read me or have read me with understanding my irreducible hatred of a society filthier than all those that have preceded it, the love of the men and women it crushes and degrades in all ways and at all levels, the love of the environment to be resurrected if it is still possible, and the care to continue the fight against the patriarchal and imperialist power that my last strength will be used to curse and my last writings to fight.”

Good evening everyone”

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The fate of women is linked to that of revolutions.

Prologue

D’Eaubonne saw ecofeminism as a new humanism that put forth the goals of the ‘feminine masses’ in an egalitarian administration of a reborn world. A society in the feminine would not mean power in the hands of women but no power at all.

The human being would be treated as a human being, not as a male or a female.

Women’s personal interests join those of the entire human community, while individual male interests are separate from the general interests of the community. The preservation of the earth was a question not just of change or improvement but of life or death. The problem, she said, paraphrasing Marx, is “to change the world … so that there can still be a world.

But only the feminine, which is concerned with all levels of society and nature, can accomplish “the ecological revolution.” She concluded her foundation essay with the telling words: “And the planet placed in the feminine will flourish for all.”

Ecofeminism, in its various forms and nuances, remains a major topic for women today.

Over the years, new books and articles have appeared that elaborate on the term and the movement. Conferences have been held around the world; marches and movements continue to embrace its meaning and promote its goals. All of these manifestations have their origins in the early 1970s movements in Europe on which d’Eaubonne drew and elaborated in her book “Feminism or Death.”

Carolyn Merchant, 2021

The curse of the planet is only 40,000 km …

…and human ingenuity will never increase the size of the Earth.

The world of Françoise d’Eaubonne is a complete universe unto itself. Pardon the links that don’t work yet; there is still so much to do!

But rest assured, we are working on completing the site!

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