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Le bilinguisme comme genèse du projet beckettien

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image of Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

Cet essai veut s’ inscrire dans la perspective d’ un ‘devenir de la critique génétique’ qui dépasserait les frontières de l’ écrit. Il propose ainsi d’ adapter les méthodes herméneutiques et objets scientifiques de cette critique pour rendre compte du processus de création à l’ origine de l’ Œuvre bilingue beckettienne. Dans ce but, il repère dans la structure de l’ écriture bilingue la trace d’ un travail mental qui permet de reconstituer une ‘genèse du commencement.’ Cette reconstitution se fonde sur une analyse génétique hétérodoxe conduite à partir de la rémanence de l’ activité créatrice.

Affiliations: 1: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh louarn@uwosh.edu

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2018-01-01
2018-06-21

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