(Română) ELSA MORANTE: LA MÉMOIRE COMME EXAMEN PATOMORPHOLOGIQUE DES MENSONGES ROMANESQUES

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

The article brings into discussion the grand „topic” of the modern world: the non-identity with oneself of the individual invaded by the other and by the knowledge offered by the other/others through fable, invention, representation, illusion, fiction, artifice, creation. In other words, the literature views as a lie and its opposite – the  defying  through self-illusion, witchery, make-up, „conjuration” of the tales told since the birth of humanity. The parallel world of the „dream in wake” rivals the reality and substitutes it duet o an excessive complexity of what we attempt to grasp. The interchangeability of the fiction and reality, …


(Română) AUTOFICTION, OBLIQUITÉ ET AUTRES «ÆNCRAGES» DANS LA REPRÉSENTATION DISCURSIVE DU MOI INTIM

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

This study focuses on the fundamental strategies in Georges Perec’s literary representations of his aching inner self. The French writer relates himself to reality throughout rhetoric artifacts essentially based on the ambivalent hide-and-seek between the real world and its multiple-faced embodiment in writing, between the truth and the surrogate, between memory and void in order to build up a word fortress while facing the terror of confession. Writing a fragmentary autobiography throughout autofiction and self-reference, Georges Perec proves to be the master of disguise in the confrontation to the History that has painfully marked him with a mutilation of his …


MEMORY AS THE PROTECTION OF IDENTITY IN THE STATE OF EXILE. THE POETRY OF MARIA PAWLIKOWSKA – JASNORZEWSKA

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

The main conundrum discussed in this article is Maria Pawlikowska- Jasnorzewska’s definition of the identity of poetic creativity in exile. The act of selfdetermination is understood as a dynamic process, open to constant change and confrontation. In a state of exile, which is recognized as one of loss and coercion, confrontation with an alien cultural space conveys the demand to remain a stranger. Memory, for an exile, is a guarantee of cultural quality and allows the exile to challenge basic values and to seek protection, which provides a sense of and ensures continuity. In addition, images deposited in the memory …