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Écrire, penser, panser ? : Véronique Tadjo et Tanella Boni ou l’écriture féminine au cœur de la violence

Abstract : Through this study, a theoretical essay on literary devices at the heart of writing violence in sub-Saharan Africa in the twenty-first century will be proposed. The objective of this work will be to determine if the existence of a feminine literary device emerging in response to a violent context is conceivable. The highlight of this study will be to demonstrate how the literary device is interacting with the violent device by introducing both order and disorder, beyond the generic borders. This research focuses on six works written between 2000 and 2010. Tanella Boni, writer and philosopher, will be honored through the study of two novels: "Curfew" (2005) and "Negroes n ' will never go to heaven" (2006). To these two fictions will be grafted his poetic opus "Everyday Hope" (2002). We will compare these works with two fiction and a poetic collection of Veronique Tadjo: "The shadow of Imana: Travels to the end of Rwanda" (2000) and "Far from my father" (2010) and "Midway" (2000).
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Sabrina Medouda. Écrire, penser, panser ? : Véronique Tadjo et Tanella Boni ou l’écriture féminine au cœur de la violence. Littératures. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017TOU20121⟩. ⟨tel-02355579⟩

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