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Le récit court stendhalien

Abstract : This study is to embrace in the same movement the various short stories Stendhal. It is divided into five times. The first three stages are to analyze separately the anecdotes, news stories and unfinished Stendhal. After these established typologies, the study focuses on the concept of energy, the common denominator of all short stories composed by Stendhal. The last chapter seeks to show both the extent that instead of these heterogeneous texts in the broad set of Stendhal's creation. One of the main interests of this work is to rehabilitate texts that, for reasons both generic editorial, have not yet been subject to a comprehensive study. Our thinking is also intended to show the permanence and unity of the short kind in Stendhal's work, despite the undeniable existence of differences between the texts. Our study also establishes continuity between short stories and long stories, allowing a better understanding of phenomena as essential as Stendhal incompleteness, rewriting or intertextuality.
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Nicolas Allard. Le récit court stendhalien. Littératures. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCA056⟩. ⟨tel-01778354⟩

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