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Fiction et autofiction antillaises : la poétique énonciative de Patrick Chamoiseau

Abstract : Our thinking is to analyze, through narratology utterance, fiction and fictionalized autobiography of the writer Patrick Chamoiseau. Its role is multiplied. He creates doubt in characterization of generic text, a strongly digressive and paratextual text. He tries to give a reading to a narrative creole telling in a poetic compromise – the oralture – where written and oral collide, where a more personal aesthetic struggles in a more dominant one. The staging of the characters ‘speech is the place of a scriptural and literary negotiation: the statements highlight the marriage of heuristic fiction and diction, but also their intimate interaction which implicit enunciation – in a Bakhtinian sense of the theory of enunciation – that reflect the author's specific ideological commitment. In his polyphonic narration, Chamoiseau attempts to retrieve a subject free from horrors of the present and History. He built this subject with a trivial and serious word which uses a spectrum of identity, to say and tell the community. Exchanges proliferate inside the dreams, imagination, stories or memories that his lyrics create.
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Ahamada Bourhane-Maoulida. Fiction et autofiction antillaises : la poétique énonciative de Patrick Chamoiseau. Littératures. Université de la Réunion, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013LARE0010⟩. ⟨tel-01127943⟩



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