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" L'ophélisation mystique " dans Pelléas et Mélisande de Maurice Maeterlinck et Partage de midi de Paul Claudel

Abstract : In this article, we will see how a « mystic ophelisation » is pregnant in « Pelléas and Mélisande » to Maurice Maeterlinck and « Noon Sharing » to Paul Claudel. To do so, this article will be divided into three parts. In the first part, the locution « mystic ophelisation » will be considered. What is it exactly? Why do we associate this female name and this phenomenon? In the second part, we will focus on « Pelléas and Mélisande » to Maurice Maeterlinck; especially on Mélisande. In the last part, we will be interested in « Noon Sharing » to Paul Claudel; especially on Ysé. How do Mélisande and Ysé look like Ophélia (in « Hamlet » to William Shakespeare)? How do these female characters go into a trance? What do they make on the male characters, Pelléas and Mesa? By this article, we will try to answer these questions.
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Marine Deregnoncourt. " L'ophélisation mystique " dans Pelléas et Mélisande de Maurice Maeterlinck et Partage de midi de Paul Claudel. Journal of Philology and Intercultural Communication / Revue de Philologie et de Communication Interculturelle, Military Technical Academy Publishing House, 2019, Limites, Seuils, Passages, II (2), pp.227-239. ⟨halshs-02845492⟩

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