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Journal
2013 | 3 | 115-126
Article title

La déformation du réel chez Jules Supervielle ou la quête poétique du corps

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The deformation of the real in Jules Supervielle or the poetical quest of the body
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La déformation du réel chez Jules Supervielle ou la quête poétique du corps
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Metamorphosis is an essential way of being in poetry for Supervielle : transform himself in objects, animals or fictive persons, it is exploring the real in its infinite forms, creating a world funded on imagination rather than on a false unic knowledge of the truth, and having the fabulous possibility to find himself transported in the invisible place of the dead. Deform the real, it is convocating the power of images, which reinforce the forbidden access to the Real : sexual metaphors, horrible visions of organs and sudden appearance of things from a silent and obscure atmosphere contribute to a representation of the invisible Real. Supervielle is drived from the desire to connect the living and the dead ; therefore he uses hypotyposis and prosopopeia and maintain the memory of the disappeared, even though he finally accepts to let them quiet by writing just the print of their passage.
PL
Metamorphosis is an essential way of being in poetry for Supervielle : transform himself in objects, animals or fictive persons, it is exploring the real in its infinite forms, creating a world funded on imagination rather than on a false unic knowledge of the truth, and having the fabulous possibility to find himself transported in the invisible place of the dead. Deform the real, it is convocating the power of images, which reinforce the forbidden access to the Real : sexual metaphors, horrible visions of organs and sudden appearance of things from a silent and obscure atmosphere contribute to a representation of the invisible Real. Supervielle is drived from the desire to connect the living and the dead ; therefore he uses hypotyposis and prosopopeia and maintain the memory of the disappeared, even though he finally accepts to let them quiet by writing just the print of their passage.
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3
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115-126
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2013-06-01
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-8953-year-2013-issue-3-article-1171
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