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L'évolution de l'écriture de Maurice Bellet

Abstract : Maurice Bellet's writing indicates a veritable novelty in his taking up of the religious question. Begun with the faith crisis, Bellet's writing passes through a good many universes, and leads to the easiest and the most intelligible. Nevertheless, we must accept that this easiest is a difficult quest requiring a long course. We have tried to study in this thesis the writing of an author who doesn't usurp the place of "God", and speaks but about man and about his need of the word of God. Therefore, we have guided our analysis towards the different senses of the religious language inside the author's texts. For that, we have devoted four parts to the four important discourses that dominate Bellet's works. The first part is the study of the religious discourse in the early years of his career ; the second part examines the crossing of the psychoanalytical discourse ; the third part makes known the philosophical discourse ; and the fourth part evaluates the literary discourse. In the evolution of the author's writing, we have tried to show, with a textual approach, that the aim of this abundant work is to give an answer to the quest of a thought strong enough for assuming all the possibles. In fact, the answer proved to be convincing : the strong thought is in the religious language. Bellet's writing has evolved and approached man more and more for pointing out to him the importance of the salvation and the place from where this salvation comes.
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Seyed Djamal Moussavi Chirazi. L'évolution de l'écriture de Maurice Bellet. Littératures. Université Nancy 2, 1999. Français. ⟨NNT : 1999NAN21030⟩. ⟨tel-01776390⟩



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