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Robert Pinget, poète à Minuit : l'ethos poétique d'un nouveau romancier

Author: Aline Marchand, (Researcher)
Publisher: Paris : Honoré Champion éditeur, 2018.
Series: Littérature de notre siècle, 66.
Edition/Format:   Print book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Abandoning the poem and painting a few years after his arrival in Paris, Robert Pinget (1919-1997) built a career as an author of the New Novel at Éditions de Minuit. The reception of his work is dependent on the generic framing promoted by the publisher, the author himself having never denied his belonging to the neo-romantic movement. Yet his statements and all his texts constantly affirm the poet's ethos. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Hochschulschrift
Named Person: Robert Pinget; Robert Pinget; Robert Pinget; Robert Pinget
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Aline Marchand, (Researcher)
ISBN: 9782745346582 274534658X
OCLC Number: 1030968715
Notes: Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Université Paris 3, 2012.
Description: 690 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Littérature de notre siècle, 66.
Responsibility: Aline Marchand.

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Abandoning the poem and painting a few years after his arrival in Paris, Robert Pinget (1919-1997) built a career as an author of the New Novel at Éditions de Minuit. The reception of his work is dependent on the generic framing promoted by the publisher, the author himself having never denied his belonging to the neo-romantic movement. Yet his statements and all his texts constantly affirm the poet's ethos. The disjunction between the self - presentation of the poet - writer and his author 's books(excluding the poem) invites a sensitive reading to the continuous and worried movement of writing towards a poetry resistant to all taxonomy. The exile out of the poetic territory is replayed when the New Novelist experiments with other modes of expression (scenic or radio plays, notebooks, graphic books, scenarios) to find the neophyte's non-knowledge. Finally, poetry represents an origin and a future of the entire work, which invents its place, between Fantasy and Agapa, where to inscribe a singular and addressed, lyrical and critical word.--Honoré Champion.

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