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" Passages maléhiens "

Abstract : Examining the articulation between reading and writing and the way it is built into Edmond Amran El Maleh's fictional texture enables us to discern the subtle links between the texts that most impressed the author. In particular, the reading of Walter Benjamin's works appears as a source of inspiration that enables us to better understand a tangle of borrowings underlying a certain homogeneity in the development of El Maleh's writing. Establishing this link between the two authors allows us to re-read El Maleh's works as an extension of Benjamin's thought, as a carrying out of allegoric writing, inducing a particular connection to speech, history and art.
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Touriya Fili-Tullon. " Passages maléhiens ". Expressions maghrébines, 2010, vol. 9 (n°2), p. 33-44. ⟨halshs-00800798⟩



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