Dominique Marc Combe

Dominique Marc Combe
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris | ENS · Département Littérature et Langages

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During the Bâton-Rouge congress, presided over by Edouard Glissant, in 1992, Jacques Derrida responds to Abdelkébir Khatibi, quoting Amour bilingue. Khatibi, on many occasions, pays tribute to his friend Derrida, whom he regularly invites over to Rabat. Le Monolinguisme de l’autre, published in 1996, originated from this dialogue and is a reflectio...
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Even if Garneau, Aubert de Gaspé father and son, Crémazie or Fréchette are far from being able to rival Thoreau, Emerson, Melville or Whitman, French Canadian literature begins, like that in the United States in the 19th century, with a “national” project whose inspiration is in the epic genre. Octave Crémazie (1827 – 1879), who embodies the romant...
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During the Early modern era, the Republic of Letters used to gather poets, historians and philosophers in one single community. Latin was the common language of the Humanities, among which Philosophy was a part of the «Belles-Lettres». In 1637, Descartes's Discours de la méthode opened up the possibility of a philosophical discourse in French. How...
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Michel Charles a contribué de manière décisive au développement de poétique et de la théorie littéraire en France à partir des années soixante-dix. Dans le séminaire « Questions de théorie littéraire » tenu à l’École normale supérieure, dans les publications qui en sont issues – Rhétorique de la lecture (1977), L’Arbre et la source (1985), Introduc...
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Situation of Edward W. Said, as a critic and theoretician Edward W. Said’s thought has too often been reduced to postcolonial studies in France. Beyond the ground-breaking Orientalism (1978) and Culture and Imperialism (1993), Said’s whole critical work on literature, music and politics should be taken in consideration : Joseph Conrad and the Ficti...
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Camus was dreaming of a federal and multicultural Algeria in a liberal colonial state, and this provoked a polemic which could not be reduced to debate with Sartre, Fanon or Memmi in the French context. Early on, Camus was read and translated in the Anglophone world. E. W. Said referred to Conor Cruise O’Brien’s essay and considered Camus as expres...
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The trauma of the Algerian War and of decolonization in the 1950s and 1960s triggered a new awareness in France, which, building on the thought of Camus, Sartre and M. Merleau-Ponty emerging from the experience of World War II and the division between East and West, contributed to a questioning of humanist thought. The work of the French poet Jean...
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The trauma of the Algerian War and of decolonization in the 1950s and 1960s triggered a new awareness in France, which, building on the thought of Camus, Sartre and M. Merleau-Ponty emerging from the experience of World War II and the division between East and West, contributed to a questioning of humanist thought. The work of the French poet Jean...
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Anglophone postcolonial theory appears completely alien to textual genetics. There remains a misunderstanding that divides Anglophone postcolonial criticism and French criticism, which is still often adverse to an interdisciplinary approach considered too general and moreover too ideological. One of the main reasons for this disagreement is a diffe...
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Saïd's 1978 Orientalism is justifiably understood to be the founding work of postcolonialism; yet it is in many ways extremely different from other postcolonial works -in the specificity of Saïd's existential position, in the clarity and accessibility of its language, in the use of its references, and, probably most interesting, in Saïd's indebtedn...
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À travers le « poème philosophique », genre majeur depuis l’Antiquité, la poésie a partie liée avec l’enseignement. Mais ce genre fait l’objet d’une suspicion dans la seconde moitié du xix e siècle, au même titre que l’épopée à laquelle il est d’ailleurs apparenté et, d’une manière plus générale, le « poème » long, narratif, descriptif ou discursif...
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Because of the "philosophical poem," a major genre since Antiquity, poetry and teaching have been enduringly associated. This genre, however, fell under suspicion in the second half of the nineteenth century, as did the epic to which it is related, and, in a more general way, the long - narrative, descriptive or discursive - "poem." It was principa...
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In spite of the importance of literary kinds in theory today, a stylistics of genres is still to be expected, although it was initiated in France by Pierre Larthomas. The field of such a stylistics was yet opened by Russian Formalists and Bakhtin in the twenties, but the ambivalent situation of stylistics (individual/social discourse, formal criter...
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Dominique Combe : The stylistics of genres In spite of the importance of literary kinds in theory today, a stylistics of genres is still to be expected, although it was initiated in France by Pierre Larthomas. The field of such a stylistics was yet opened by Russian Formalists and Bakhtine in the twenties, but the ambivalent situation of stylistics...
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In spite of the importance of literary kinds in theory today, a stylistics of genres is still to be expected, although it was initiated in France by Pierre Larthomas. The field of such a stylistics was yet opened by Russian Formalists and Bakhtine in the twenties, but the ambivalent situation of stylistics (individual/social discourse, formal crite...

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