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L’algérianité littéraire : pour une nouvelle approche du roman algérien contemporain

Abstract : Our work offers a double state of place while seeking to place the Algerian novel in the field of critical theory. This is to demonstrate how the qualification of the Algerian as novel [francophone] and/or [postcolonial] imposes readings-analyses that are beyond the literacy of the text, which impose biased interpretations codes and do not demonstrate the poetics and aesthetics of the texts. To do this, it will “dé-lire” theory of the contemporary Algerian novel criticism, in order to get out of the aporias, commonplaces and required latter reflections which are often outdated and dated. The second movement will be reading. It’s to the state of affairs of the Algerian novel in a double movement, the state of affairs of his works and his readings. The last movement is clearly free and subjective reflection that will be conclusion of our proposal assumed of a new conceptualization of literary production. The contemporary literary algerianity as a new approach to the Algerian novel offers a novel which attaches no more to please the reader by telling him what he already knows or to flatter his ego leaving it a crutch to follow a story… The literary algerianite would be a perfect reflection of the author with his book, with its text and its characters. The contemporary Algerian novel moves between fabula and utopia, between memory and silence. And above all, it is what’s left to write
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Lynda-Nawel Tebbani. L’algérianité littéraire : pour une nouvelle approche du roman algérien contemporain. Littératures. Université de Lorraine, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LORR0033⟩. ⟨tel-02060800⟩



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