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Récit morisque et expérimentation fictionnelle ou comment penser et dire différemment l'insoutenable altérité

Abstract : The so-called “Moorish novel” was born in 16th and 17th-centuries Spain. It includes four main works: the anonymous Historia del Abencerraje y la Hermosa Jarifa, the two parts of Guerras Civiles de Granada by Ginés Pérez de Hita, the “Historia de los dos enamorados Ozmín y Daraja” by Mateo Alemán, and the episodes involving Ruy Pérez, Zoraida, Ricote and Ana Félix in Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. These texts stage peaceful relationships between Moors or moriscos and Christians, which arouse a lot of interrogations: what is the meaning of this idealized (asepticised, maybe?) representation of relationships between members of different religious communities at a time when discriminations towards the morisca community are increasing, and will soon lead tothe drastic decision of the expulsion in 1609? We intend to study the representation of the morisco Other in these works: the authors reutilise and question discourses and images linked with the morisca community. Thus they include their texts in the contemporary polemic. By doing so, they have to question every literary convention, especially the intercalation or narrative embedding. These poetic considerations allow them to embody an incontestable modernity in literature.
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Marine Ansquer. Récit morisque et expérimentation fictionnelle ou comment penser et dire différemment l'insoutenable altérité. Linguistique. Université de Lyon, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LYSE2077⟩. ⟨tel-02482760⟩

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