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Jean-Pierre Brisset et «la folie de l’insolite» considérée du point de vue de Marcel Duchamp, d'André Breton, de Raymond Queneau, de Michel Foucault et de quelques autres

Abstract : Throughout their lives, Duchamp and Breton showed an unfailing fascination for the writing of Jean-Pierre Brisset who suffered from paraphrenia. They spoke widely about his work, re-edited his texts and wrote about them. They helped his work travel outside France and promoted his ideas. Queneau took a keen interest in ‘mad writers’ generally, before adopting a more nuanced stance. Even Michel Foucault prefaced one of Brisset’s texts. We might wonder what facets of Brisset’s work these writers and artists brought to the forefront and whether indeed Duchamp, Breton and co. read Brisset from a Freudian standpoint or not ?
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Marc Decimo. Jean-Pierre Brisset et «la folie de l’insolite» considérée du point de vue de Marcel Duchamp, d'André Breton, de Raymond Queneau, de Michel Foucault et de quelques autres. Topique - Revue freudienne, L’Esprit du temps, 2011, Le surréel et l'inconscient, pp.71-86. ⟨10.3917/top.119.0071⟩. ⟨halshs-01490527⟩

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