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Open Access « Un ouvrage meurt d'être achevé »: problèmes de l'achèvement et de l'arbitraire dans l'œuvre de Paul Valéry

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La problématique de l'achèvement, liée nécessairement à l'arbitraire, intervient régulièrement dans l'oeuvre de Valéry. En fait, Valéry n'aime guère achever et toute son entreprise consiste à privilégier systématiquement ce qui est en cours et la création du « poïein ». Le travail l'intéresse plus que le produit du travail. Il s'ensuit que le rôle de l'auteur est immanquablement remis en cause.
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Language: French

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2001

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  • The Irish Journal of French Studies is an annual international refereed journal published by the Association des Études Françaises et Francophones d'Irlande. Articles in English, French or Irish are welcomed on any aspect of research in the area of French and Francophone culture, society, literature and thought. Articles published within the last two years are available free online to members and may be purchased by non-members. All other articles are available on an open access basis.

    Please note that the Print ISSN listed for the journal on this website applies to volumes 1 to 10, and part of volume 16. All other volumes are published, in their entirety, on-line only.

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