La metamorphose dans les Metamorphoses d'Ovide: Etude sur l'art de la variation

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Telle la facies non omnibus una, non diuersa tamen des Nereides (Met., II, 13-14), l'ecriture poetique des passages consacres par Ovide a la metamorphose dans les Metamorphoses se caracterise par un equilibre subtil entre similitudes et dissemblances: ce qui semble devoir etre toujours le meme recit (celui du miracle de la transformation des corps, sujet unique et total annonce des les premiers vers et vertigineusement decline jusqu'au uiuam final) n'est pourtant jamais semblable, tant l'art de la variation ...

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Telle la facies non omnibus una, non diuersa tamen des Nereides (Met., II, 13-14), l'ecriture poetique des passages consacres par Ovide a la metamorphose dans les Metamorphoses se caracterise par un equilibre subtil entre similitudes et dissemblances: ce qui semble devoir etre toujours le meme recit (celui du miracle de la transformation des corps, sujet unique et total annonce des les premiers vers et vertigineusement decline jusqu'au uiuam final) n'est pourtant jamais semblable, tant l'art de la variation deploie de ressources, transformant chaque nouvelle evocation de la mutata forma en une experience d'ecriture et de lecture absolument singuliere. C'est sur ces deux realites poetiques jumelles, la metamorphose et la variatio, que porte la presente etude, attachee tout a la fois a en decrire les ressorts respectifs, a definir la nature du lien organique qui, au fil des vers, se noue entre elles et a analyser le rapport entre cette alliance et la conception ovidienne de l'ecriture. Ancienne eleve de l'Ecole Normale Superieure de Fontenay- Saint-Cloud, agregee de lettres classiques et docteur en etudes latines, Helene Vial est maitre de conferences de latin a l'Universite Blaise Pascal de Clermont-Ferrand. Specialiste de l'oeuvre ovidienne a laquelle elle a consacre communications et articles, elle elargit a present sa reflexion a l'etude des relations entre poesie et rhetorique, un theme illustre par le titre de son dernier colloque: La variatio : l'aventure d'un principe d'ecriture, de l'Antiquite au XXIe siecle .

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Introduction : metamorphoses de la metamorphose ovidienne

Premiere partie : Les contours indistincts : frontieres de la metamorphose.I. L'absence de metamorphose, forme premiere de la variationII.Deux formes materielles extremes de la metamorphoseIII.Ivresse de la metamorphose?

Deuxieme partie : Fragments d'une cartographie imaginaire : les recits de metamorphoses.Prologue : naissances humainesI.L'eau, matiere vitale de la metamorphose ovidienneII.La terre, entre reveries de la volonte et reveries du reposIII.L'air et les songesIV.Les apotheoses ou le poeme pentavalent

Troisieme partie : Le poeme inepuisableI.A l'oeuvre : Lieux et formes poetiques de la variationII.L'art de la variation, ou dire l'indicible

Conclusion : la transparence, l'oxymore et la fuite.Annexe : Recits de metamorphoses

Bibliographie selectiveIndices nominum et locorum

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