Kristeva



[kri-stey-vuh] /krɪˈsteɪ və/

noun
1.
Julia, born 1941, French literary theorist, critic, and psychoanalyst, born in Bulgaria.
/krɪsˈteɪvə/
noun
1.
Julia. born 1941, French semiotician, born in Bulgaria. Her works include La Révolution du langage poétique (1974), Histoires d’amour (1983), and the autobiographical novel Les Samourais (1990)

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