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See detailVers un motif cynique dans le roman du dernier tiers du XIXe siècle
Schürgers, Elise ULiege

Conference (2019, March 14)

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See detailÉnonciation de la marginalité : le pauvre dans Salammbô
Schürgers, Elise ULiege

in Romantisme (2018), 181

This paper, in combining a socio-critical methodology with a linguistic approach to the literary text as utterance, focuses on the perception of marginality by discussing the way different formal ... [more ▼]

This paper, in combining a socio-critical methodology with a linguistic approach to the literary text as utterance, focuses on the perception of marginality by discussing the way different formal procedures used by Flaubert in Salammbô affect the representation of the poor. The analysis, sensitive to the writing up of point of view and perception, highlights the ambivalence of the narrative set-up, which rejects both empirical evidence and the putting in perspective of the codes by which the poor are usually described or perceived. Neologisms, double irony, and the erasure of the writing subject are textual strategies that, in fine, contribute to a redefinition of this social reality in an unstable manner, for lack of a final instance that thus comes out as usually necessary in order to arrive at a definition of the poor. [less ▲]

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See detailLa figuration de la prostituée comme rhétorique du pratico-inerte dans Salammbô
Schürgers, Elise ULiege; Franck, Thomas ULiege

in Revue Flaubert (2018), 16

This article suggests interpretating the prostitute in Flaubert’s novel Salammbô from a double angle, using both Sartre’s political philosophy and Alain Rabatel’s enunciative and rhetorical analysis ... [more ▼]

This article suggests interpretating the prostitute in Flaubert’s novel Salammbô from a double angle, using both Sartre’s political philosophy and Alain Rabatel’s enunciative and rhetorical analysis. Understanding that discursive devices reveal an ideological and moral dimension, this approach intends to highlight the constitutive ambivalence of the prostitute by considering this figure in the social ensemble that determines and constrains human relations and that Sartre named “pratico-inerte”. Far from reducing the figure to a pure reification, we propose to understand it as what the philosopher called “matière ouvrée”, namely the result of a collective work, which tends to be defined as fetishized merchandise. As Sartre’s philosophy suggests, the prostitute is then given a power of subjectivation that transforms the men behind the prostitution in objects subjected to this fetishism, becoming in return a “matière ouvrée” according to a dialectical reversal which is translated in the enunciative and rhetorical structures of the novel. [less ▲]

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See detailApproche empirique du morphème phatique : vers un renouvellement de corpus
Schürgers, Elise ULiege

Conference (2015, May 15)

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