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Pour une lecture de "l'enfantin" chez Cocteau, Fitzgerald, Kafka, Saint-Exupéry et Vian
In this thesis I propose a new approach to the study of the “childlike” in five works from the first half of the 20th century: Les Enfants terribles (1929) by Jean Cocteau, “Un diamant gros comme le Ritz” (1922) by F. Scott ...
l'Humour et l'ironie en litterature francophone subsaharienne. Une poétique du rire
Humour and Irony are identity markers that have long since been associated with Sub-Saharan francophone literary works. Intimately linked to Africa throughout the years, humour and irony have evolved hand to hand with ...
A la recherche du soi perdu: etude phenomenologique de La derniere bande de Samuel Beckett
The goal of the present study is to examine the way in which Samuel Beckett, an artist whose work contributes also to philosophy, presents his metaphysical vision of the world through drama, where different plays represent ...
Poésie de l'absence : le rapport à l'autre chez trois poètes haïtiennes
Although many in the contemporary academic world would avoid themes such as solitude, love, and, in the context of “francophone” literature, exile, I have decided to give these all the attention they deserve based on the ...
Le regard dans "L'art du maquillage" de Sergio Kokis
"L’art du maquillage" (1997), a novel by Sergio Kokis, a Quebec author originally from Brazil, not only illustrates the theme of exile but also the universal theme of self discovery, making it a true bildungsroman. This ...