Les thèmes obsessionnels dans l'oeuvre romanesque de Jean Genet

Abstract : Genet never unveils himself completely to his readers although he pretends to write narratives with an autobiographicam tendency. By writing, the former child in care takes his revenge on an unjust society which has abandonned him. Writing, instead iof being a confession, is often a means for deveiving. The study of the obsessional themes consists in verifying whether Genet is the person he pretends to be. The first part distinguishes between the real episodes and the fictive episodes: it is the part of the conscious themes. The second part is a psychoanalytical interpretation of the unconscious themes. It ascertains who the man is because the writing is often the unconscious mirror of the writer. The third part verifies the two preceding parts by retracing Genet's moral universe by means of the novelistic structure of the narratives. It establishes a link between Genet as an author and Genet as a narrator in an attempt to answer the question whether the reader can recognize the man throught the heros of the novels. This part treats of Genet's evolution beyween 1946 and 1953
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Géraldine Klees. Les thèmes obsessionnels dans l'oeuvre romanesque de Jean Genet. Littératures. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1992. Français. ⟨NNT : 1992METZ001L⟩. ⟨tel-01775955⟩

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