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2020 | 61 | 109-123
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Depestre a Chamoiseau vyprávějí „frankofonní“ dějiny z kreolského pohledu

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DEPESTRE AND CHAMOISEAU TELLING THE “FRANCOPHONE” HISTORY AS CREOLES
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The paper deals with E. Glissant’s concept of History (Histoire, histoires), which is most notably expressed in his work Discours antillais (1997). I specifically examine the notion of history through a comparative study of two novels by René Depestre, Hadriana dans tous mes rêves (1988) and Eros dans un train chinois (1990), and of two poems Atibon-Legba (1964) and Cap’tain Zombi (1967). Similarly, I examine the notion of History/histories in the novel by Patrick Chamoiseau L’esclave vieil homme et le molosse (1997). The two “francophone” authors introduce the personification of a discourse which seeks to explore the relativity and plurality of the human experience of Creole slavery.
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