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Tombéza ou la narration impossible de Rachid Mimouni

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Mimouni's novelistic discourse hovers between being and non-being, between ‘enonciation’ and ‘silence’, between sense and non-sense. It remains without conclusion, the problematisation of its referent being insurpassable. This is why it will be limited to an endless redundance, to the cries and delirium of its indeterminate repetition.

Keywords: Mimouni; conscience narratrice; discours; quête du signe; sujet d'énonciation

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: December 1, 2003

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