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École doctorale Littératures françaises et comparée (Paris)

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Works: 45 works in 45 publications in 1 language and 48 library holdings
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Fénélon et le rhétorique de la direction spirituelle au XVII ème siècle by Pauline Chaduc( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fénelon was one of the most famous spiritual guides of his time. A large part of his work, letters and discussions, are dedicated to this ministry. For him spiritual guidance is an art of government, which means rhetoric based on adaptation and pedagogy of order. It is also an art of dialogue where ethics and spiritual principles articulate with pragmatic imperatives. This rhetoric aims to lead men to a clear vision of themselves in order to unite with God
Fin de l'idylle ? : étude sur les formes et les significations de l'idylle dans la littérature française du dix-neuvième siècle by Violaine Boneu( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This work aims to re-think the status of the idyll in the French literature during the 19th century by combining theory of literary genres, literary history and hermeneutics. Objecting to the common-sensical idea that the idyll has evolved into a frozen genre full of anachronical clichés after André Chénier, it provides some conceptual ressources to analyze the actual dynamics of the idyll, both in terms of form and signification. The notion follows three main logics : a rhetorical one, which places the idyll into the poetic of literary genres, an historical and philosophical one, which, since the 18th century, considers the idyll as a cue of a mythical origin and an image of the Ideal, and lastly, a psychological one, born with the romantic revolution, which understands the idyll in terms of illusion, fantasies or dreams. Because of its intrinsic complexity, the idyll provides a priviliged point of view to examine the most important changes of the modern times. This work gives an overview of the evolution of the genre during the 19th century and examines the explicit references to the idyll made by Nerval, Hugo, Baudelaire, Mallarmé, Balzac and Zola in some of their major poetical works and novels. In doing so, it develops a new perspective on the crisis of the subjectivity, the crisis of literary representation and the redrawing of the traditional distinction between prose and poetry
Les derniers feux de la tragedie classique : étude du genre tragique en France sous la Restauration et la Monarchie de Juillet by Maurizio Melai( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study concerns the practice of the genre of classical tragedy in the nineteenth century, particularly during the Restoration and the July Monarchy. It focuses on the last developments of tragedy in France and documents the evolution and the progressive decline of this genre during the first half of the nineteenth century; that is until its disappearance from French theatres, which took place around 1850. By considering a corpus of eighty plays, this work aims to give a clear picture of the tragic genre and tragic authors of the Restoration and the July Monarchy, or more exactly of the forty years from 1814 to 1854. This work is conceived as the study of a literary code and is divided into two parts: in the first part, we try to define the tragic code of the post-Napoleonic era on the basis of the formal constants which characterise it, showing the evolution of the stylistic, structural and dramaturgic features of tragedy. In the second part, we look at the thematic constants of this code, studying the strategies that tragedy uses to transpose - through the historical and highly allusive subjects that it treats - the principal social and political problems of its time. Finally, by showing the continuity which exists between the declining tragic genre and the romantic drama, we try to valorise the texts in our corpus and to underline their modern features. This leads us to look for the reasons behind the persistence of a traditional genre like the classical tragedy and for the factors which revitalise it in the nineteenth century
Écriture et identité aristocratique dans l'oeuvre de Barbey d'Aurevilly by Elise Sorel( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Our thesis intends to explore, through an extensive study, Barbey d'Aurevilly's problematic and paradoxical ways of relationship to aristocracy, setting the hypothesis that this identity conscience lies at the basis of his conception and his experience of writing. After having grasped the idea that the author has developed about aristocratic identity, following evolutive dynamics, and having precisely described what constitutes for him the features of the ideal aristocrat, we mean to question more particularly the way he tries to assert this identity in his style of life and writings. How is it possible to conciliate this identity with one's status of writer ? Attached to an aristocratic posture, dating back to the Ancient Regime, which privileges the amateurism tradition and aesthetics of negligence, Barbey d'Aurevilly legitimates nevertheless his writing art, paradoxically, by the display of aristocratic ethé, different according to the various genres involved. These ethé justify his discourses ; meanwhile their fundamentally ambivalent nature sets the writer free of his personal contradictions and enables him to invoke these prestigious models. Finally, we explore more largely the way such an aristocratic posture influences his conception of writing and literature, through a poetical and stylistic study
Justice et pouvoir dans la tragédie classique de 1634 à 1677 by Anne Griffet( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the 17th century, the French tragedy flourished in a particular political context opening a path for much questioning regarding the right to govern. Louis XIII's reign was followed by Anne of Austria's Regency in 1643, and Louis XIV's construction of an absolute monarchy, accelerated by the death of Mazarin in 1661. Moreover, the young sovereign struggled with the strong hostility of the parliament and the nobles who threatened his authority. It is to be wondered then, how the French tragedy sets a complementarity between aesthetic stakes and political and legal ones, how the questions of law it raises when it considers the different legal problems, which the power can face, lead to the confrontation between characters, letting the dramatist give birth to emotions specific to the tragedy genre while giving (the reader) much to think about? Dramatic tensions can first come from conflicts between criteria justifying the prince's empowerment - legal criteria (birth, marriage) and factual criteria (merit, popular support, ability to withdraw from authority). Then, dramatists can root the tragic crisis in the judicial exercise of the sovereign, who deliberates, judges, makes laws, rules, decides upon peace or war. Finally, the feelings of fear and mercy prescribed by Aristotle can come from the omnipresence of injustice in the upper reaches of power - a medley of public and private subjection, betrayal, and the unsuitable use of the reason of State
Séraphîta et la Bible : sources scripturaires du mysticisme balzacien by Saori Osuga( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Séraphîta (1833-1835) est une œuvre mystique d'Honoré de Balzac, dans laquelle le romancier condense le sentiment religieux qu'il a nourri dès sa jeunesse. Dans ce récit, il introduit abondamment les citations et les images bibliques, d'une part, les pensées mystiques et théosophiques, d'autre part. Notre thèse tente de mettre en lumière diverses sources bibliques et mystiques du texte balzacien, ainsi que sa propre lecture et interprétation. La première partie est consacrée à l'étude bibliographique des Bibles lues par Balzac, par Swedenborg ainsi que par deux introducteurs des pensées swedenborgiennes en France, Daillant de La Touche et Jean-Pierre Moët, sur la base de laquelle nous analysons les phrases bibliques qui parsèment Séraphîta. Dans la seconde partie, nous envisageons les trois représentations bibliques de Séraphîta-Séraphîtüs : le Séraphin, le Christ et le Verbe. Inspiré par une statue d'ange, œuvre de Théophile Bra, le romancier a développé, au cours de sa rédaction, l'image de l'être angélique ; en même temps, la fonction du Christ est transposée de manière concrète et symbolique dans ce personnage qui, à la fin, se fait Verbe dans son ascension. Dans la troisième et dernière partie, nous examinons l'influence des auteurs mystiques lus par Balzac : Thomas a Kempis, sainte Thérèse d'Avila, Jacob Bœhme, Antoinette Bourignon, Mme Guyon, Fénelon, Saint-Martin, Eckartshausen et surtout Swedenborg. Prenant l'Écriture sainte comme base solide et puisant des idées spirituelles dans divers mystiques et théosophes, le romancier rafraîchit le mysticisme chrétien pour conduire, dans une époque de doute, ses lecteurs vers la foi et l'amour de Dieu
L'écriture descriptive dans le roman français de la seconde moitié du dix-huitième siècle by Christof Schöch( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The present study's object is the descriptive writing in the French novel of the second half of the eighteenth century, more precisely between 1760 and 1800. Its aim is to give visibility to an episode of the history of description in the novel which is important although it is rarely studied. The way descriptive writing works is analyzed by taking into consideration three major issues: the very notion of description, the status of description in the novel and the modalities of its integration into the narrative context, as well as the relations which description entertains with painting. The study is based on the analysis of a corpus of thirty-two novels
La Stratégie de la fuite. Folie et antipsychiatrie dans le roman de 1960 à 1980 by Jeanne Weeber( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the early sixties, the theme of madness suddenly became a prominent subject in both social sciences and litterature. Whether as discursive pratice or philosophical and social issue, there was considerable divergence in and around the anti-psychiatric mouvement. A comparative study of a body of litterature composed of nine novels by French, American, English, Dominican, New-zealander, Moroccan and Portughese writers allows a broad and contextualized comprehension of the various treatements of anti-psychiatry in contemporary litterature. Thus, Faces in the Water by Janet Frame and The Ha-Ha by Jennifer Dawson (1961), One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey (1962), The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (1963), Le Ravissement de Lol V. Stein by Marguerite Duras and Le Locataire chimérique by Roland Topor (1964), Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys (1966), Moha le fou, Moha le sage by Tahar Ben Jelloun (1978) and Conhecimento do Inferno by Antonio Lobo Antunes (1980) are analized from the point of view of psychiatry researches (Szasz, Cooper, Laing...) sociological (Goffmann, Anderson...) and philosophical reflection (Foucault, Derrida, Baudrillard...) in order to trace the outline of what that historical moment called 'madness'. Punctual obsessions and traditional definitions converge in these works to create a poetic of runaway, moreover, an aesthetics of escape
Le récit apologétique laïc : Barbey d'Aurevilly, Bloy, Bernanos by Maud Schmitt( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis aims to study how, in a post-revolutionary context of dechristianization, some Catholic writers set free from the Church authority and enable literature itself (as a work of fiction and imagination) to renew the apologetic discourse. Barbey d'Aurevilly, Bloy and Bernanos continue the founding shift in perspective that Chateaubriand started with the Génie du christianisme. These three writers use an ancient rhetoric narrative form called the exemplum. The first part of this work focuses on the evolutions of this form, and more specifically on the metamorphosis caused by its Christianization; but it also highlights its constant structure, from its theorization by Aristotle, until its latest use by the authors of "histoires tragiques". The next three parts of the thesis deal with the way Barbey, Bloy and Bernanos conceive their narrative in order to obtain the religious conversion of their reader. The second part shows how the writers authenticate fiction; the third part focuses on the way they react to the difficulty of naming the divine: the authors resort to the figuration of this inexpressible object. Finally, the fourth part studies the means these narratives use to produce an effect on their readers, and make them actually change their moral behavior
Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly et les arts visuels by Catherine Taouya-Joseph( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly et les arts visuels peut sembler un sujet de thèse paradoxal, tant il est convenu de considérer Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly comme incompétent dans le domaine artistique. Catholique, à la fois romancier, diariste, épistolier et critique d'art éphémère, il demeure l'un des auteurs les plus inclassables du XIXe siècle. Si le critique d'art est généralement contesté, nous proposons ici un jugement plus nuancé. Nous montrons combien l'esthétique de son écriture profane et catholique renvoie à des évocations qui sont de véritables transpositions d'œuvres d'art, où sculpture et peinture rivalisent. Quelques couleurs spécifiques sont en effet récurrentes au point de faire l'objet d'une évidente déclinaison liturgique. Au plan matériel, son goût pour la couleur est démontré par ses manuscrits. Barbey révèle au monde une écriture picturale, mais aussi une personnalité source d'inspiration et de représentation pour de nombreux artistes. Nous nous attachons également à la réception du personnage, afin de montrer comment le dandy spectaculaire, devient lui-même œuvre d'art pour ses contemporains et un sujet d'artefacts, dont les sculpteurs Zacharie Astruc et Auguste Rodin s'emparent en lui façonnant chacun un buste de bronze. Nous montrons enfin combien Barbey est une source d'inspiration pour divers artistes, allant des illustrateurs par images fixes, jusqu'aux adaptateurs, réalisateurs cinéastes et téléastes
Académiciens et lettrés analyse comparative de la théorie picturale du 18e siècle en Chine et en Europe by Frank Vigneron( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cette étude porte sur les textes théoriques écrits par des peintres chinois et européens au 18ème siècle. Leur comparaison devrait illustrer les différences et les similarités entre deux traditions artistiques très développées et qui ont grandi différemment. La première partie est consacrée à l'étude et à la mise en contexte de ces textes dans l'histoire de la peinture et l'histoire de la théorie de l'art de cette époque. La seconde partie est consacrée aux thèmes comparatifs suivants : Langage : problème de traduction ; Ecole régionales et culture nationale ; Qui écrit et pour qui ; Thèmes de la peinture ; Littérature et peinture ; Cadavres et monstres ; Erotisme et nu ; Paysage ; Pinceau ; Portrait et personnage ; Histoire et relation au passé ; Beauté, Goût et Sublime ; Artiste et Artisan ; Parergon. La conclusion générale essaie d'éclaircir les circonstances épistémologiques qui ont permis aux peintres de cour chinois du 18ème siècle d'adopter des idées étrangères à leur épistémè
L'indétermination générique dans la prose poétique du symbolisme et du modernisme (domaines francophone et hispanophone, 1885-1914) by Emilie Yaouanq Tamby( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis seeks to examine the mechanisms of generic indetermination in the poetic prose of francophone symbolists and hispanic modernists from 1885 to 1914. Generic indetermination and hybridity tend to appear at first in representations of forms and genres, and in the discourse of writers and critics. The new definition of the poetic category leads to the perception of a continuum between different forms and genres. The narrative poetic symbolist song and the heterogeneous collections mixing different types are an example of this tendency. In this case, the genre of prose poem tends to merge with contiguous genres such as the tale. The absence of generic definition may be observed in discontinuity, immobility and repetition which allow the exploration of other modes of time representation and the play on referential ambiguity
Pascal et la Mystique by Hélène Bouchard( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Not many texts by Pascal deal with the mystical experience. In addition to the Memorial, relating an experience of God on a sheet of paper, and to the Prière pour le bon usage des maladies,some letters, written to Miss de Roannez, give advice on how to approach God, as well as other spiritual letters, like that written after his father's death, dealing with the Christian's attitude facing death. Sur la conversion du pécheur brings out the difficulties of a man in search of God. However, greatly exceding those few explicit texts on the subject, it appears that this topic is the essential keystone to undestand Pascal's work, bringing to light all its meaning. This ultimate and transcendent viewpoint partly explanable by the Pascal 's family and social context makes it possible to go deeper into his scientific approach, and the relation carried on with the Bible. Our aim is thus to put Pascal's entire work in the perspective of the the Judaeo-Chistian mysticism history, highlighting in particular the way Pascal adapted the spirit and the biblical mysticism, in a tradition connected to the Platonic dualism. Pascal's mysticism is thus defined as the desire for the union with God, mediated by the figure of Christ, and resulting in a relationship of each moment, where man feels transformed, deified, in a sense of joy
Les voyages de Maurice Barrès by Jessica Desclaux( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The aim of this thesis is to challenge the prevailing image of Maurice Barrès in literary history as a patriotic native of Lorraine, deeply rooted in his homeland: Barrès is considered a defender of local roots, as opposed to Gide, seen as a traveller. From 1887 to 1923, Maurice Barrès made around forty journeys abroad. In revisiting the chapter which Albert Thibaudet dedicated to the traveller in La Vie de Maurice Barrès (The Life of Maurice Barrès), we question the hypothesis that Barrès shaped himself an aesthetic and intellectual path, drawing from his travels. Against the diachronic duality of the writer, whose mind-set evolved between publication of the Culte du Moi (The Cult of the Self) and the Roman de l'énergie nationale (Novel of National Energy), there emerges a four step path: he looked to and was influenced by different schools of thought from Italy, Spain, the Orient and, during the period in which his sense of nationalism was formed, he examined the Greek lesson in particular. As well as considering travel as something which educated both the aesthete and the writer, we analyse the knowledge acquired by the politician on his travels abroad. To that end, focus is placed upon manuscripts from the Barrès fonds of the BnF and the emphasis is on a genetic approach. Through Barrès, we follow the rebirth of the writer's journey, influenced by the model of the English aesthetes, in the context of artistic rediscoveries and a rise in international tensions
La culture classique d'André Suarès by Antoine de Rosny( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis explores the presence of Antiquity in the work of André Suarès and questions the meaning of a literary creation which was profoundly marked by the Graeco-Roman legacy. Suarès's poetry and drama were dominated by the great figures of history and by Greek myths. In the first part of his career, he took them up compulsively, but he soon faced the deadlock of literary superactivity which is an enemy of literary creation. With maturity, he came to master antique inspiration and to invent forms which were more open to modernity. Suarès's classical culture also bloomed in his critical texts. In his portraits, Suarès celebrated the great figures of the past ; in his chronicles and essays, and in his books of fragmentary thoughts, he questioned his identity through mythological doubles, meditated on love and woman, and on the complex relationships between Antiquity and Modernity ; in his combat texts, he expressed his antigermanism through the concepts of Latinity and Romanity. Classical culture is omnipresent, many-sided and it can't be ignored. It did inspire and feed the whole work of the author. Driven on by the desire to be the universal genius of Modernity, Suarès sought the formula of the classical creator in the conciliation of the Ancient and Christian heritage. He understood that imitating the Ancients only led to the creation of dead works : life would only spring thanks to the personal and original appropriation of a heritage enriched by the Christian genius. Though he did not really manage to embody the poetical and drama greatness he dreamt of for himself, Suarès has won fame in his tireless commentary of universal creation
Savoir par cœur : enjeux de la mémorisation des textes pour les études littéraires by Fabrice Nowak( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Why would it be worthwhile for literary studies to reintroduce learning by heart of literary texts? Learning by heart now appears to be an old-fashioned method, only practiced by nostalgic, reactionary teachers. It has been criticized for its lesser learning efficiency and velocity as compared to what technology has made available for fewer efforts. Another reason why it has been condemned is that it would impede the development of intelligence, as it is thought to be a parrot-like, mechanical exercise requiring very little understanding or critical thinking. These seemingly well-founded criticisms are, we argue, the product of three logics - or thoughts - dominating the Western thought, namely: the materialist thought, the mercantile logic, and the logic of the domination of the masculine over the feminine. Our beliefs and outlines of thought are so imbued with these three principles, that we are reluctant to depart from their influences to think. In this dissertation, we confront the three above-mentioned logics to the "learning-by-heart" issue. By questioning their presuppositions and shedding light on some of their flaws, we find out that learning by heart, depending on how it is carried out, helps revitalize literary studies
Les métaphores naturelles dans le débat sur la Révolution de 1789 à 1815 by Olivier Ritz( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

By studying a series of texts that debate the French Revolution between 1789 and 1815, this thesis aims to show how natural metaphors played a part in creating new relationships between politics, science and literature.The first part focuses on the rhetorical uses of natural metaphors in the debate. It studies how they were used not only to arouse emotions and to convince the reader, but also to produce knowledge and drive people to action. The second part deals with the relationships between the natural sciences and politics: first examining the attempt to create a new political science based on the model of the natural sciences, then analysing the relationship between the French Revolution and the scientific revolution, before finally considering the textual strategies used to create and promote the new figure of the scientist. The third part studies the debate about literature that developed at the centre of the debate on the French Revolution. In this context, natural metaphors are interesting not only because of their rhetorical power or because they create tensions between literature, science and politics, but also because they are used as indications of literariness: by using natural metaphors, writers legitimized their works, defined their social function and took their place in a literary tradition. Two chapters focus specifically on the first written histories of the French Revolution.The idea of literature as an essentially aesthetic use of written language is the paradoxical result of this period of deep and intensive interaction between literature, politics and sciences
Fins tragiques : poétique et éthique du dénouement dans la tragédie pré-moderne en Italie, en France et en Espagne by Enrica Zanin( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The poetics of early modern denouement in Italian, Spanish and French tragedies implies an ethical issue. The ending of the plot is the expected climax which reveals the meaning and the moral of the story. The aim of the tragic denouement is twofold: it concludes the play and it reverses the hero's fate. In order to conclude the tragedy, the denouement restores a moral balance; in order to reverse the plot, it gives rise to a pathetic excess. Two divergent theoretical models underlie this dual requirement: the logic of exemplarity and the poetics of pathos. I propose to examine the strategies displayed by theorists and dramatists in order to bring together these two theoretical models. I therefore consider the three main features of the denouement (its direction, mode and structure) and the ethical issues to which they give rise (the sequence of causality, the tragic flaw and its atonement). The conciliation between exemplarity and pathos proves an impossibility: Italian, Spanish and French tragedy, despite their differences, denounce the logic of exemplarity as inadequate and unfit to justify, through the expression of a theoretical rule, the experience of misfortune, injustice and chaos. The tragic denouement leads the spectator to a hermeneutic deciphering that may uncover the reasons for the hero's inexplicable misfortunes
Les symboliques de l'ange dans l'art et la littérature de 1850 à 1950 by Bérengère Chapuis( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'ange n'a jamais été aussi présent qu'à l'heure de la modernité, c'est-à-dire à l'époque où le religieux, en son expression, sa forme et sa substance, ses objets, se trouvait remis en question par l'intense réflexion philosophique et par les découvertes scientifiques et techniques issues des Lumières. C'est ce constat fondé sur l'omniprésence des anges tant dans l'art que dans la littérature du dix-neuvième et du vingtième siècles qui nous a conduit à nous poser une question simple : de quoi l'ange fait-il signe ? Que symbolise-t-il ? Quel sens donner à cette présence ?Nous avons décidé, pour le savoir, de remonter aux sources de l'ange afin de mettre au jour les fondements de ce qui, de toute évidence, s'affirme comme l'un des mythes les plus importants de notre imaginaire contemporain. Nous avons également décidé de montrer comment ce passage d'une figure biblique à un mythe profane avait été rendu possible et quels mécanismes cette métamorphose avait empruntés ;nous avons aussi cherché à savoir quels enjeux ce processus mettait en jeu.Cette étude se propose d'étudier les représentations des anges dans l'art et la littérature de 1850 à 1950 afin de découvrir comment l'on passe d'une figure traditionnelle à un véritable mythe moderne. En quoi les représentations modernes de l'ange témoignent-elles des nouveaux rapports qui se tissent au divin ? Il s'agit ensuite d'étudier ses deux symboliques majeures : celle de l'ange inspirateur et celle de l'ange gardien, en mettant au jour les procédés qui permettent à l'ange de devenir un mythe personnel de l'individu et du créateur en particulier
Un duel en figures. Imaginaire héroïque et théâtral dans les ouvrages français consacrés au combat singulier (1568-1658) by Julien Perrier-Chartrand( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

De la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle au règne personnel de Louis XIV, les duels clandestins se multiplient en France. Par le biais de cet exercice, la noblesse cherche à affirmer son identité de classe en réaction aux changements politiques et structuraux qui affectent la société d'Ancien Régime. Or cette prolifération de combats donne lieu à une vaste production d'ouvrages se consacrant au phénomène. D'une part, les auteurs attachés aux valeurs aristocratiques tentent de persuader l'autorité royale de rétablir un duel autorisé à la manière médiévale, qui, en offrant un lieu d'expression officiel à l'honneur nobiliaire, permettrait selon eux de faire cesser les affrontements. D'autre part, un groupe d'auteurs appartenant aux corps constitués oeuvrant à la défense des structures de l'État - magistrats et hommes d'Église -, proposent plutôt d'infliger de graves peines aux combattants. Dans cette thèse, nous montrons, par l'examen des procédés stylistiques, des emprunts intertextuels et du système de références mis en oeuvre dans ces textes, que la réflexion sur le duel s'articule autour d'un imaginaire héroïque, mobilisé par les auteurs de chaque position selon leurs intérêts. À travers un ensemble de figures récurrentes empruntées à la littérature de fiction ou l'histoire fictionnalisée - figures qui cristallisent une série de notions-clés au coeur du débat intellectuel sur le combat singulier (vertu, honneur, noblesse, jugement de Dieu) -, ce sont deux façons de concevoir l'organisation de la société française qui s'affrontent dans un véritable duel symbolique
 
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École doctorale 19

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ED 19

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Université Paris-Sorbonne. ED3

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