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Journal
2020 | 22 | 9-34
Article title

L’objet et la perte. Le cas de François Bon (Mécanique, 2001) et de Marcin Wicha (Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem/Les choses que je n’ai pas jetées, 2017)

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EN
The object and the loss. The case of François Bon (Mécanique, 2001) and Marcin Wicha (Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem /Things I did not throw away, 2017)
PL
L’objet et la perte. Le cas de François Bon (Mécanique, 2001) et de Marcin Wicha (Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem/Les choses que je n’ai pas jetées, 2017)
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Abstracts
EN
The goal of the article is to confront the texts of François Bon (Mécanique, 2001) and Marcin Wicha (Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem / Things I did not throw away, 2017) by relating objects and their losses in an autobiographical context. The place given to objects in the narratives in question is masterful and goes beyond simple cognitive functions in discourse. In order to highlight the complexity of their status, we progressed in this analysis by following three aspects: the structuring object of the narrative, the mnemonic support object and the "metonymic" object.
PL
The goal of the article is to confront the texts of François Bon (Mécanique, 2001) and Marcin Wicha (Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem / Things I did not throw away, 2017) by relating objects and their losses in an autobiographical context. The place given to objects in the narratives in question is masterful and goes beyond simple cognitive functions in discourse. In order to highlight the complexity of their status, we progressed in this analysis by following three aspects: the structuring object of the narrative, the mnemonic support object and the "metonymic" object.
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Journal
Year
Issue
22
Pages
9-34
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published
2020-06-30
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-8953-year-2020-issue-22-article-4598
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