Tel qu'en lui-même enfin l'éternité le change : présence et réception de Mallarmé dans la poésie française après 1945 : autour de Bonnefoy, Deguy, Maulpoix et Meschonnic

Abstract : While many studies have considered the decisive importance of Mallarme's work in literary, poetic and artistic modernity, those who have attached themselves to the readings that poets have given of it are rarer. But it appears that, for many poets after 1945, writing is not done without Mallarme being present, as an object of reflection on poetry and language and, more broadly, as an interlocutor with which the act of writing makes its own way and invents itself. The study focuses mainly on four works that pose, with acuity and sometimes even gravity and deepness, the question of poetry: Yves Bonnefoy, Michel Deguy, Jean-Michel Maulpoix, Henri Meschonnic. It is about making dialogue the points of view and going through the poetic discourses on and with Mallarme’s work. And our goal is to show that the work of the author of "Tomb of Edgar Poe" speaks as well for itself as for our present. For that, we will be attentive to the idea that a work is itself because it is lived through the experience of its readers.
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Laurent Mourey. Tel qu'en lui-même enfin l'éternité le change : présence et réception de Mallarmé dans la poésie française après 1945 : autour de Bonnefoy, Deguy, Maulpoix et Meschonnic. Littératures. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAC007⟩. ⟨tel-02280395⟩

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