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Naguib Mahfouz et Michel Houellebecq : deux romanciers face au tabou religieux. Le cas des Fils de la Médina [Awlâd Hâratinâ] et de Plateforme

Abstract : Taboo is an eminently touchy subject in the academic field as part of both religious and social life. According to our study the status of the taboo changes as time goes by and technology progresses. In other words, Internet allows the circulation of forbidden books and publications in making them available to the greatest number of readers. For instance, works such as Les Fils de la Médina or Plateforme can easily be read on the web in the entire world. Therefore, the notion of religious taboo, which has always depended upon the culture of each country and on the role of the religious entities in the political, religious and social life of the country, are at the risk of being shaken or, at least, of being influenced by a circulation that technology keeps on making easier and faster.
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Mounira Khedre. Naguib Mahfouz et Michel Houellebecq : deux romanciers face au tabou religieux. Le cas des Fils de la Médina [Awlâd Hâratinâ] et de Plateforme. Littératures. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010PA030036⟩. ⟨tel-00831353⟩

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