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Le récit de filiation maternelle : réel, deuil et langage dans l’œuvre de Delphine de Vigan

Abstract : Since the eighties, publishing houses release a lot of memoirs about one’s mother and this enthusiasm reflects contemporaneous mankind’s concerns. In Delphine de Vigan, Annie Ernaux or Charles Juliet’s novels, this autobiographical literature straying onto the dead mother questions her origins but also encourages the author to deal with the emptiness and fragmentation of his own identity. By fixing these problematical filiations in literature, author and reader mourn over their mother but also grieve the possibility of catching reality. The filiation narrative about one’s mother replaces this desire by a new literary transmission welcoming suspicion and enlightening the blind legacies.
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Oksanna Le Rallec. Le récit de filiation maternelle : réel, deuil et langage dans l’œuvre de Delphine de Vigan. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2021. ⟨dumas-03597435⟩

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