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من الواقع إلى الخيال ؟أبو العنبس الصيمري وأبو الفتح الإسكندري : قراءة في مقامات بديع الزمان الهمذاني1

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This study aims to see whether the absence of Abū l-Fatḥ al-Iskandarī, and his replacement by Abū l-ʿAnbas al-Ṣaymarī, truly moves the narrative of the Maqāmāt of al-Hamaḏānī from fiction to the allegedly factual “autobiography,” or whether, on the contrary, it confirms that the identity of the “hero” is, and whatever his name or kunya is, at least, double, which makes it impossible to distinguish the true from the false or the copy from the original.‫يتطلع هذا البحث إلى الوقوف على حقيقة غياب أبي الفتح الإسكندري، واستبداله، في ”المقامة الصيمرية“ للهمذاني، بأبي العنبس الصيمري : هل يعني ذلك انتقالا من السرد التخييلي إلى السرد الواقعي الذي تزعمه كل ”سيرة ذاتية“ أو تأكيد على أن هُوية ”البطل“ — مهما كان اسمه أو كنيته — هي، على الأقل، ثُنائية، فيستحيل معها التمييز بين الشخصية الحقيقية والشخصية المزيَّفة أو التفريق بين النسخة والأصل.‬Cette étude se propose de voir si, véritablement, l’absence d’Abū l-Fatḥ al-Iskandarī, et son remplacement par Abū l-ʿAnbas al-Ṣaymarī, fait passer le récit des Maqāmāt d’al-Hamaḏānī du fictionnel au factuel, prétendu par toute « autobiographie », ou si, au contraire, elle confirme que l’identité du « héros », quelqu’en soit le nom ou la kunya, est double, à tout le moins, ce qui rend impossible toute entreprise de distinguer la vraie de la fausse ou de séparer la copie de l’original.This article is in French.

Affiliations: 1: جامعة باريس السوربون abdallah.cheikh-moussa@paris-sorbonne.fr

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2017-03-17
2017-11-22

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