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Journal
2019 | 20 | 69-84
Article title

Filiations postcoloniales

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Postcolonial Filiations
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Filiations postcoloniales
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FR
Abstracts
EN
This article examines the structural features and ideological paradigms associated with the genre of filiation narrative by expanding the traditional body of works examined under this lens to a transnational corpus that includes Postcolonial Francophone texts. By using concepts such as digenèse or dual legacy that characterizes the colonial condition and paracoloniaism, which accounts for recent phenomena of relying on colonial representations and the postcolonial context (history, geography, culture) to find new sources of inspiration for Western or “white” writers, the article delves into the limits and contradictions of the genre of filiation narrative and contends that it should be envisioned as an antigenealogical genre.
PL
This article examines the structural features and ideological paradigms associated with the genre of filiation narrative by expanding the traditional body of works examined under this lens to a transnational corpus that includes Postcolonial Francophone texts. By using concepts such as digenèse or dual legacy that characterizes the colonial condition and paracoloniaism, which accounts for recent phenomena of relying on colonial representations and the postcolonial context (history, geography, culture) to find new sources of inspiration for Western or “white” writers, the article delves into the limits and contradictions of the genre of filiation narrative and contends that it should be envisioned as an antigenealogical genre.
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20
Pages
69-84
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published
2019-12-29
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_4467_23538953CE_19_029_11553
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