Le moi, la fiction et l'histoire dans les oeuvres de Serge Doubrovsky, Georges Perec et Jorge Semprun

Abstract : This thesis addresses the relationship between writing about oneself, writing about History and how three contemporary authors – Serge Doubrovsky, Georges Perec and Jorge Semprun – fictionalized themselves. The first two sections’ aim is to establish biographical, historical and literary guidelines, indispensable to the better comprehension of an individual, an era and a literary landscape. On the basis of information collected like so, the third and fourth sections analyse the characteristics of writing about oneself when dealing with History. This discussion is articulated around two axis: that of childhood and that of quest for identity. From underlining theme, History progressively becomes an obsessive motif. The fifth section highlights the stigmas in the text elements. We conclude with a discussion on the notion of “textual tribunal.”
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Catherine Ponchon. Le moi, la fiction et l'histoire dans les oeuvres de Serge Doubrovsky, Georges Perec et Jorge Semprun. Littératures. Université de Bourgogne, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014DIJOL017⟩. ⟨tel-01136943⟩

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