Figuration de l'Orient à travers les romans de Pierre Loti et le discours colonial de son époque - Turquie, Inde, Japon -

Abstract : The subject of this doctoral thesis is the relation between literature and imperial ideology in the world of Pierre Loti. Journeys to the Orient had a great vogue throughout the 19th century and followed the same direction as the colonial undertaking that influenced the vision of the world at that period. The aspiration for the East intertwined with the imperial perspective, the territorial expansion of the European powers influenced the perception of outside the West. Pierre Loti has discovered the local situation in each country he visited and has written, from this existential experience, exotic and mundane stories. The purpose of our thinking is to call into question the connection between the writer and the East under colonial influence. It attempts to clarify the mechanism of his thoughts on the culture of non-Western civilizations and tries to analyze the representation of Turkey, India and Japan in his novels
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Literature. Université Paris-Est, 2012. French. <NNT : 2012PEST0033>


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Eiji Shimazaki. Figuration de l'Orient à travers les romans de Pierre Loti et le discours colonial de son époque - Turquie, Inde, Japon -. Literature. Université Paris-Est, 2012. French. <NNT : 2012PEST0033>. <tel-00856964>

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