The article analyzes the trajectories of four Italian women exiled during the fascist dictatorship in Italy, between 1922 and 1945: Joyce Lussu, Vera Funaro Modigliani, Graziella Sechi, Margherita Grassini Sarfatti. Based on these very different cases, the aim of the article is to address the question of the relationship between gender and exile. On the one hand, it raises some questions about the relative weight of this factor compared to others, such as socioeconomic status, in determining the political commitment of women in exile. On the other hand, it tries to understand if and how exile changed the gender relations in the couple.
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