Intertextualité et récurrences dans le roman historique italien mineur, 1822-1834 : enquête sur la typologie d'un "palimpseste"

Abstract : The minor Italian historical novel met great success during the first half of the nineteenth century. As in Walter Scott's novels, the setting of these novels is nature and architectures, seen as in the English "gothic" novels, referring to "sublime" aesthetics and sensualism. The narration is frequently divided into history and fiction ; the characters, on one hand, and the narrator, on the other, give a relative unity to the narrative, which is strongly intertextual, influenced by Manzoni, Scott and the gothic novels. The intertextuality of these texts is not, however, purely literary , it also comes from the insertion of historical erudition, which is carried out thanks to the evocation of events, people or historical customs and through various processes on the historical source ; there are a lot of inacurracies to history. On the eve of the risorgimento, the Italian historical novel brings the innovation of nationalist ideological dimension, compared to the genre created by Scott and its authors waver between enlightenment philosophy and romanticism.
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Elsa Chaarani-Lesourd. Intertextualité et récurrences dans le roman historique italien mineur, 1822-1834 : enquête sur la typologie d'un "palimpseste". Littératures. Université Nancy 2, 1993. Français. ⟨NNT : 1993NAN21025⟩. ⟨tel-01776740⟩

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