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2007 | 2 |
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D'un mythe l'autre ou l'intertexte à l'oeuvre dans Le Jour des corneilles de Jean-François Beauchemin

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Patricide in Jean-Francois Beauchemin’s “Le jour des corneilles” is interpreted as a pretext to invoke classical myths and texts (Camus’s “The Stranger”, Homer’s “Oddyssey”). The author examines the parallels between the sufferings of an abused son, presented as a new Orpheus, and the emblematic figures of Sisyphus and Prometeus. Key words: classical myths; rewriting; Jean-Francois Beauchemin
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2
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2007
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-9887-year-2007-volume-2-article-5661
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