The enunciatory effacement presupposes the existence of linguistic and discursive lines of action by means of which a speaker feigns withdrawal from enunciation, by dissimulating its source. Thus, the impression is created that the discourse is imposed from the outside and that the speaker only witnesses it. This method is utilized in literature, by the use of free indirect style, in order to create certain stylistic and pragmatic effects: dissimulating the enunciatory source determines a dilution of responsibility, the loss of reference points, and the modification of the viewpoints. In this paper, we will be examining some of the consequences that the enunciatory effacement has upon the subjectivity of communication, more precisely, upon the way in which the first person (“I”), which is apparently absent, becomes indirectly present.
(Română) EFFACEMENT ÉNONCIATIF ET REPRÉSENTATION BIAISÉE DE SOI DANS LE DISCOURS
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