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Figure d’auteur et modernisation du discours des sujets exclus : la trajectoire des écrivains Gloria Stolk et Juan Rulfo

Abstract : This research centers its study in how the Latin-American literature in the 50’s became a place of alternative symbolic creation. The modernization project in Latin-America resulted in the questioning of the subject representation. Some speeches intended to combine minorities, like women and peasants. The literary field has thus opened space for individuals willing to participate in the development of new project of nation, where diversity would be accepted. From this perspective, we are interested in the work of the Venezuelan writer Gloria Stolk, and Mexican Juan Rulfo. During the 50’s, they were able to establish a new space that diversify and transform the traditional role of the author. The analysis in this study considers two dimensions: the speeches and the profiles of these two authors. On one side they developed fiction around characters of their interest, on the other side they emerged as authors with multiple roles
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Carmen Vivas Lacour. Figure d’auteur et modernisation du discours des sujets exclus : la trajectoire des écrivains Gloria Stolk et Juan Rulfo. Linguistique. Université de Cergy Pontoise, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018CERG0891⟩. ⟨tel-01760202v2⟩

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