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Politicile ficţiunii în critica lui Toma Pavel

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, VI (2), p. 135-141
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:This study focuses on the analysis of the correlation between methodology and ideology in Toma Pavel’s criticism. Thus, as indicator our approach, we have chosen the Romanian-born professor’s theoretical, historical and analytical stands in front of the fiction phenomenon, while for the reference material we selected his major works after his separation from “the spell of language” (i.e. Fictional Worlds, 1986; Le mirage linguistique, 1988; L’art de l’éloignement, 1996; and La pensée du roman, 2003). The line of our demonstration follows three steps, discussing in turn the relationship between the literary and the non-literary (with reference to the structuralist and post-structuralist theories), the evolution of the novel as genre and the clash between “classical” art and “modern” art as subjects diligently thematized in Toma Pavel’s critical work. Our conclusion is that the Romanian-born theoretician attempts to infer from the “specific” he ascribes to the fictional discourse a modality of assessing it.
Key words:fiction, literary theory, structuralism and post-structuralism, history of the novel, classicism, modernity
Language: Romanian

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