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La citation de presse dans l’œuvre littéraire contemporaine, de l’effacement des sources au collage : Les cas de Churchill d’Angleterre d’Albert Cohen (1943) et de Daewoo de François Bon (2004)

Abstract : Albert Cohen’s Churchill d’Angleterre (1943) and François Bon’s Daewoo (2004) share a committed writting and a massive use of audiovisual or written journalistic sources. Both authors call for fight, the one against the nazi power, the other against the human ravages caused by desindustrialisation but they use mediatic sources in very different ways : Cohen uses a relative sources effacing and thus a narratorial over-enunciation, while François Bon shows off sources with a narratorial under-enunciation. This difference allows us to understand how the intersemiotic treatment of the press quote is functionning in a committed literary text, depending on the bias wether praise or indictment. Thus we can understand how the enunciative-interactionnal, pragmatic, rhetorical and literary stakes of this press quote are linked.
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Claire Stolz. La citation de presse dans l’œuvre littéraire contemporaine, de l’effacement des sources au collage : Les cas de Churchill d’Angleterre d’Albert Cohen (1943) et de Daewoo de François Bon (2004). Ci-Dit | Discours rapporté, citation et pratiques sémiotiques, Jun 2009, Nice, France. ⟨halshs-03658333⟩

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