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Le Corps inerte dans le récit autobiographique d'Annie Ernaux

Abstract : This article is about the inert body in three narratives of Annie Ernaux. Through white writing, she describes the spoils of her parents in two stories of filiation "La place" and "Une femme", and another description of the dead fetus following her abortion in 1963 in "L'Événement". Our study of the inert body in these three accounts proposes a reading of the singular writing of death, in a description sometimes offensive that reveals the deep mourning of the narrator.
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Roselyne Estelle Kouadio. Le Corps inerte dans le récit autobiographique d'Annie Ernaux. Au rebut : la littérature aux prises avec le résiduel,, ELH-PLH, Apr 2016, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01398952⟩



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