Colette Et Gabrielle Roy

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Au-dela de la langue, Colette et Gabrielle Roy, ecrivaines de pays, cultures et generations differentes, ont pris le meme chemin de la venue a l'ecriture amorcant les traits distinctifs de l'ecriture feminine. La portee de leurs oeuvres qui atteint le grand public aussi bien que l'enclave academique merite d'etre approfondie dans leur similitude. Cette etude qualitative est a la fois esthetique et sociale du point de vue de la litterature moderne. Elle procede au ras du texte sans negliger neanmoins l'apport de ...
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Overview

Au-dela de la langue, Colette et Gabrielle Roy, ecrivaines de pays, cultures et generations differentes, ont pris le meme chemin de la venue a l'ecriture amorcant les traits distinctifs de l'ecriture feminine. La portee de leurs oeuvres qui atteint le grand public aussi bien que l'enclave academique merite d'etre approfondie dans leur similitude. Cette etude qualitative est a la fois esthetique et sociale du point de vue de la litterature moderne. Elle procede au ras du texte sans negliger neanmoins l'apport de l'autobiographie et de la biographie. En examinant la totalite de leurs oeuvres, il est apparent que seules les oeuvres qui definissent leur identite d'ecrivaines et celles qui puisent dans le domaine de l'enfance et des relations maternelles montrent un acheminement parallele vers l'ecriture. Leur quete d'une identite feminine est consideree dans leurs premieres oeuvres et les oeuvres qu'elles ont publiees au seuil de la vieillesse. Leur venue a l'ecriture feminine, telle qu'elle est proposee par Helene Cixous, Julia Kristeva et Beatrice Didier, est poursuivie dans leurs oeuvres traitant de l'enfance et dans leurs propres commentaires sur l'ecriture. Leur venue a l'ecriture qui le plus souvent se rapproche et qui rarement s'oppose amene a conclure qu'elles ont donne naissance a une expression litteraire nouvelle comportant des traits distinctifs en dehors de l'ecriture masculine.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781243966513
  • Publisher: BiblioLabsII
  • Publication date: 9/10/2011
  • Language: French
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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