Le malaise identitaire dans les romans de Ken Bugul, Léonora Miano et Abla Farhoud

Authors: Tang, Elodie Carine
Advisor: Bisanswa, Justin Kalulu
Abstract: This thesis is intitled«The identity crisis in some novels of Ken Bugul, Leonora Miano and Abla Farhoud» is an analysis of some novels of three French female writers.It is based on the general assumption of the existence of minority group in French literature including that of women writers whose texts have shy echo in the literary field and the novel expresses more opacities of identity crisis. It grabbed the texts of these writers on their context of emergence and how their provisions, their positions and stances draw and identity crisis rooted in the trajectory.Their writing shows an interactive brands binomial text/context. Thus, the study shows that writing deconstructed and installs the identity crisis which is sexual, religious and cultural.It upsets the ticket aesthetics and fragmentations values and social codes, like motherhood and fatherhood. Social play on the definition of identities and fragmentation reaches the relationship between self and other.The identity problem which states especially the connoted language and riting the transgression of gender and language codes cover important issues that are social, literary and institutionnel. This thesis load to positive results. In particular, it establishes the flow of certain identities, even those that appear at first glance as immutable in power of social. The writing of identity crisis to better read the specificity of women’s writing, to better determine the identity of the female writer and literary field.
Document Type: Thèse de doctorat
Issue Date: 2013
Open Access Date: 19 April 2018
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/24328
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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