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Exilul între pierdere şi recuperare identitară. De la Vintilă Horia la Marius Daniel Popescu

Publication: Cultură și identitate românească - Tendințe actuale și reflectarea lor în diaspora, Section Critică și istorie literară
Editors:Ofelia Ichim; Luminița Botoșineanu, Daniela Butnaru, Marius-Radu Clim, Florin-Teodor Olariu, Elena Tamba
Publisher:Editura Universității „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The paper tries to valorise several literary reports with respect to exile from the point of view of the identity issue with emphasis to the dynamics of this phenomenon. Our area of application is constituted of three novels known in the European francophone zone, all signed by Romanian authors who lived, in different forms, spaces and ages, the experience of exile: Vintila Horia (God Was Born in Exile), Eugene (My Name) and Marius Daniel Popescu (The Wolf Symphony). Search of self favoured by removal from their country (estrangement), from their language and from their roots – the exile will significantly enrich this literature, whatever the ages and historical circumstances which determines this “removal” of identity.
Key words:exile, identity, search, dynamics, novel, francophony
Language: Romanian

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1Liliana FoșalăuMaurice Chappaz. Pour une poétique de l’espace identitairePhil. Jass., VI (1), 185-1932010pdf

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