La possibilité socio-culturelle d’apparition de l’autofiction : étude comparée en France et en Iran

Abstract : The term autofiction invented by Serge Doubrovsky in 1979 in his novel Son is a category of self-writing that is popular in the West. In particular, in France, many writers have practiced and still practice this type of writing by describing elements of their personal life and revealing, often deeply, their intimacy. On the other hand, in Iran, although self-writing began to develop from the end of the 19th century and grew stronger in the 1990, by mixing fiction and reality, autofiction is not practiced as intensely as in France because of holistic society, where the individual has not yet managed to acquire full autonomy and complete freedom. This thesis examines the novels of four Iranian writers written between the nineties and two thousand and ten, on the subject of society rather than their personal life, taking as their model two recent French writers. This work also relies on French theorists from the last third of the 20th century who describe the basics of self-writing autobiography and autofiction, such as Philippe Lejeune and Serge Doubrovsky
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Khadijeh Seid Mohammadi. La possibilité socio-culturelle d’apparition de l’autofiction : étude comparée en France et en Iran. Littératures. Université de Lorraine, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LORR0389⟩. ⟨tel-02058787⟩

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