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Jeux de mots – enjeux littéraires, de François Rabelais à Richard Millet

Essais en hommage à Sjef Houppermans

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Jeux de mots célèbre le pouvoir créateur des jeux de langage dans la littérature de Rabelais à Richard Millet. Calembour, mot-valise, bon mot, néologisme, mot-fétiche : ce volume collectif explore la productivité des mots en prose et en poésie. Jeux de mots celebrates the creative power of wordplay from Rabelais to present times. Puns, portmanteaus, ‘bon mots’, neologisms, fetish-words: this collective volume explores the productivity of words in prose and poetry.

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