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Les rapports homme-femme dans l'oeuvre d'Ingeborg Bachmann

Abstract : The subject of this thesis is the study of the relationship between men and women in the work of Ingeborg Bachmann. The relation between both sexes is seen as a leitmotiv and as a metaphor of the multiple polarities and opposing themes in her work. The analysis considers the psychological and philosophical implications this question involves. In addition, this thesis tries to show the insufficiency of feminist interpretations. Men are first of all products and negative projections of the feminine imagination. The role of men is to serve as mediators between the ego and reality. In chapter are the interpretation focuses on the first part of Bachmann's work (poems, radio plays, prose until 1961) and explores the tension between men and woman in the context of the tension between the individual and the world. Chapter two deals with the transformation of this tension into an ethical conflict in “Todesarten”, “Gier” and “Simultan”.
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Sylvie Hamen. Les rapports homme-femme dans l'oeuvre d'Ingeborg Bachmann. Littératures. Université Nancy 2, 1992. Français. ⟨NNT : 1992NAN21002⟩. ⟨tel-01776747⟩



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