?tre Transfuge Et Nostalgique : ?crire Ses Milieux D'Origine Dans La Litt?rature Maghr?bine D'Expression Fran?aise De La Premi?re G?n?ration

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This study aims to examine how writers from different horizons of the Francophone literature of the Maghreb in its emerging phase (around the 1950s and the 1960s) represent the reality of the milieu where they come from in their autobiographical novels. Texts such as Albert Memmi's La Statue de sel, Driss Chraïbi's Le Passé simple and Marguerite Taos Amrouche's Rue des tambourins will be examined and compared through a thematic approach. The intertextual dynamic within this corpus, which contributes to the emergence of Francophone North African literature, independent from French literature, will be also investigated.
Effective start/end date1/08/1931/07/22


  • North African Francophone Literature
  • Francophone literature in the Maghreb
  • intertextuality
  • Taos Amrouche
  • Driss Chraïbi
  • Albert Memmi
  • Jean Sénac


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