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Domination sociale et émancipation individuelle dans l'œuvre de Gide

Abstract : The question of the individual emancipation is present in the work of Gide as of its literary beginnings. Bound on a tour of its typical case, which founds its singularity, this question is initially asked by Gide on the moral level. Gradually, moral criticism leads to a social criticism, Gidian work outlining a reflection on the forms and the challenges of the social domination exerted as well on the foreign bodies in the company as on other social groups. The thesis is focused thus more precisely on the representation of the Arabs in works like the Immoralist one or, later, If the grain does not die; the representation of the foreign bodies and their place in the company; the representation of the woman, perceived finally by Gide as blocked in its development by the rules and the values of the middle-class company
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Shaimaa Abedalkeder Al-Goberi. Domination sociale et émancipation individuelle dans l'œuvre de Gide. Littératures. Université de Lorraine, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LORR0041⟩. ⟨tel-01757239⟩



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