Exploiting the theories about intertextuality as a literary phenomena, this study aims to draw a kind of map of the intertextual relationships between the work of Violette Leduc and three authors who were part of her life and who had an impact on her writing, namely, Maurice Sachs, Jean Genet and Simone de Beauvoir. Starting from the description of the theories concerning intertextuality, the present work focuses on the so-called 'internal' intertextuality, that is, the reworking of a text within another text by the same author – a fairly common writing practice among Violette Leduc and the three authors at the centre of this analysis – and a cross-reading of the work of the three authors in the light of the intertextual relationships that informs a certain part of their production (1932-1973). The intertextual analysis of Leduc's work can contribute to a new understanding of the creative process of the work by underlining the literary value of a writer too often forgotten in the panorama of French literary history.
|Titolo della tesi:||Intertestualità nell'opera di Violette Leduc|
|Data di discussione:||12-nov-2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Tesi di dottorato|