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The relation among women of different generations and different power has been the object of feminist reflection in Italy in the eighties; in particular, the periodiCal publication Sottosopra, produced by the Libreria delle Donne, Milan, has dealt with the difficulty and the importance of relating to la donna pill, the woman with more power or better knowledge. ' 62 It is the primacy of such relation that transforms female difference into 'female authority', based on the work of mediation. The insistence on the concept of mediation as the figure of exchange, fundamental in the symbolic pact, has been crucial in Italian feminist theory, starting from Carla Lonzi's Sputiamo su Hegel ( 1 974).

He shows that Blanchot's story, whose title is sometimes La Folie du Jour and sometimes simply Un Recit (with or without a question mark), makes 'the recit and the impossibility of the recit its theme, its impossible theme or content at once inaccessible, indeterminable, interminable, and inexhaustible; and it makes the word "recit" . . its titleless title, the mentionless mention of its genre' (p. 59) . He had already specified that - he has no difficulty in accepting Genette's statement that recit is a mode and not a genre, though he is sceptical about such distinctions, starting from the one between nature and history.

Fantasy becomes another way to connect with reality and history. In 'Grandma's Story', the last chapter in Woman Native Other, Trinh Minh-ha fights against the equation of truth with fact, of imagination with falsification: since fictional and factual have come to a point where they mutually exclude each other, fiction, not infrequently, means lies, and fact, truth. DID IT REALLY HAPPEN? IS IT A TRUE STORY? . Which truth? the question unavoidably arises . . Truth. No t one but two: truth and fact, just like in old times when queens were born and kings were made in Egypt .

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