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L’écriture de la mémoire chez Albert Bensoussan

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Les écrits autobiographiques d’Albert Bensoussan dépassent de loin les preoccupations solipsistes de l’autobiographie occidentale car ils relèvent d’une méditation ethno-historique et l’individu Bensoussan incorpore non seulement la perte d’Alger, sa ville, mais aussi de son identité juive-berbère, et de son identité sépharade, dans le sens originel du terme, et encore plus loin dans le passé, à l’histoire du judaisme biblique. De là, la tâche acharnée de sa mémoire répétitive obsédée par une récupération impossible qui, dans cette quête indéterminée, constitue une oeuvre multiple et variée.
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Keywords: Mémoire; autofiction; discours identitaire; obsession; répétition; sépharade

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Haifa

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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