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« Pendant trois mois, trois mois dont chaque jour durait un siècle ! ». Temps phénoménologique et temps mécanique dans Vingt mille lieues sous les mers de Jules Verne

Abstract : Jules Verne, as the father of the scientific novel, is the ideal author to be interested in the relationship between a quantifiable temporality and a temporality that escapes positive science. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea is presented as the novel that highlights the gap between phenomenological time and mechanical time, given that fiction takes place in a closed place, the Nautilus. Moreover, the vernian work seems to combine the temporality of the realistic novel with that of the adventure novel and the fantastic novel. In other words, Jules Verne mixes everyday life, habit and banality with the exceptional, the event and the extraordinary. Finally, one of the paradoxes of Twenty thousand leagues under the sea lies in the fact that it creates a daily life within the extraordinary while opening up a new temporality that allows the reader to escape his daily life.
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Anaïs Valla. « Pendant trois mois, trois mois dont chaque jour durait un siècle ! ». Temps phénoménologique et temps mécanique dans Vingt mille lieues sous les mers de Jules Verne. Littératures. 2021. ⟨dumas-03379732⟩

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