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Réécrire la Renaissance, de Marcel Proust à Michel Tournier présente neuf lectures rapprochées autour d'un thème commun : la réécriture de la Renaissance dans la littérature française au XXe siècle. Paul J. Smith nous invite à une promenade littéraire chez quelques grands auteurs du siècle dernier - Proust, Yourcenar, Albert Cohen, Céline, Ponge, René Char, Perec, François Bon et Tournier - afin d'y étudier la présence de Rabelais et de Montaigne, et la réécriture de quelques thèmes chers à...
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Overview

Réécrire la Renaissance, de Marcel Proust à Michel Tournier présente neuf lectures rapprochées autour d'un thème commun : la réécriture de la Renaissance dans la littérature française au XXe siècle. Paul J. Smith nous invite à une promenade littéraire chez quelques grands auteurs du siècle dernier - Proust, Yourcenar, Albert Cohen, Céline, Ponge, René Char, Perec, François Bon et Tournier - afin d'y étudier la présence de Rabelais et de Montaigne, et la réécriture de quelques thèmes chers à la Renaissance (le philosophe ambulant, le Juif Errant, la théorie des quatre éléments, la mythification de Jeanne d'Arc...). Ces essais se proposent non seulement d'éclairer tel ou tel aspect particulier des œuvres de ces auteurs modernes, mais également d'élargir cette vision à l'ensemble de leurs créations littéraires. Dans les cas de Proust, Céline, Ponge et Perec, la lecture rapprochée des Modernes, en proposant un autre regard sur ces écritures, permet de renouveler notre vision des auteurs de la Renaissance.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789042025462
  • Publisher: Rodopi
  • Publication date: 2/27/2009
  • Language: French
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

Table of Contents

Crédits
Introduction
Réécrire l’homosexualité : Proust lecteur de Montaigne
Zénon à la croisée des chemins
Solal et le Juif Errant
Présence de Montaigne dans Voyage au bout de la nuit
Maniérismes de Ponge : Belleau – Montaigne – Malherbe
René Char élémentaire et ornithologue
Rabelais dans La Vie mode d’emploi
François Bon rabelaisien
Tournier bricoleur : écrire Gilles & Jeanne
Épilogue : réécritures étrangères
Bibliographie
Index nominum
Liste des illustrations
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