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Pour une typologie de la littérature du secret : mystère et sens dans l'oeuvre romanesque de Pierre Jean Jouve

Abstract : This work is built on the mystery that irradiates Pierre Jean Jouve’s novels « like a permanent nimbus ». We adopt here above all the phenomenological view, which considers the body as the center of consciousness, in order to analyse the links between mystery an meaning. The first part constitutes a topology of mystery. In Pierre Jean Jouve’s novels, indeed, the visible is doubled by an invisible with an ambiguous status : it is in the same time related to an immanent meaning and to a presence which escapes the meaning.The second part analyses the stylistic signs that generate the mysterious atmosphere. As Jean Paul Sartre says, a novelistic technique is a reflection of the novelist’s metaphysic. The third part studies the different occurrences of mythological references as accesses to the mystery of the « interior continent » : the unconscious. These images, that emerge in the body, come from an archaïc structure and proceed as revelations : they are pictures of what is impossible to show and they give an idea of P.J. Jouve’s psyche’s structures. Lastly, we study the links between mystery and mysticism.
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Titaua Porcher. Pour une typologie de la littérature du secret : mystère et sens dans l'oeuvre romanesque de Pierre Jean Jouve. Littératures. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009PA030086⟩. ⟨tel-00771450⟩

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