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Poétique du bilinguisme et l’ enjeu de l’ entre-deux

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De la lecture du “Bateau ivre” à l’ écriture des Nouvelles

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L’ étude de la traduction du “Bateau ivre” par Beckett et la confrontation de cette traduction aux trois nouvelles de Nouvelles et Textes pour rien (“L’ Expulsé,” “Le Calmant” et “La Fin”) révèlent une écriture de l’ exil fondée sur l’ hésitation. Le “bateau ivre,” figure de l’ exil, est pour Beckett une ‘invitation au voyage,’ aux sens propre et figuré, et les résurgences du “Bateau ivre” et de sa traduction dans ses écrits ultérieurs sont une clé pour appréhender sa poétique du bilinguisme.

Affiliations: 1: Université d’ Angers, France


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