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LA MISE EN ABYME : UNE ESTHETIQUE LUDIQUE DANS ON JOUE LA COMEDIE DE SENOUVO AGBOTA ZINSOU

PERTINENCE DES THÉORIES POLITIQUES DE THOMAS HOBBES ET JOHN LOCKE PAR RAPPORT AU CONTEXTE POLITIQUE ACTUEL DE L’AFRIQUE

STATUT DES CONSONNES NASALES [m], [n], [ŋ] et [ɲ] À L’INITIAL DES NOMAUX EN BAOULÉ

L’HERMENEUTIQUE DU «GBÈSA» : CONTRIBUTION A UNE COMPREHENSION DU DISCOURS PUBLICITAIRE ET POLITIQUE MODERNE DANS LE PROCESSUS DE DEVELOPPEMENT

THE BLACK NUCLEAR FAMILY’S COLLAPSE IN MAYA ANGELOU’S I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS AND REBECCA WALKER’S BLACK WHITE AND JEWISH: THE DAUGHTERS’ TESTIMONIE

FEMINISM AS SEEN THROUGH OLA ROTIMI’S OUR HUSBAND HAS GONE MAD AGAIN (2004): AN INTERPERSONAL METAFUNCTION INQUIRY

Judes ASSOGBA
assogbajudes@gmail.com
Université d’Abomey- Calavi

Abstract
This paper aims at enquiring how keen Ola Rotimi shows in defending women’s
emancipation through his play Our Husband has Gone Mad Again (2004). As a
contemporary writer he is awaited to be engaged into such a fight which is expected to
free women from the traditional norms which do not allow them to express their feelings
and emotions. This investigation has been performed in accordance with the Systemic
Functional Linguistic requirements of text study. It mainly focuses on the analysis of the
selections of the mood, modality and adjuncts types contained in the lines granted to the
characters and , has shown that male characters are the most dominant and powerful
ones. The female characters are merely portrayed as traditional women known as quiet
and all-accepting It has been deduced that there is no significant feature which proves
that Rotimi is really engaged in such a fight. It has rather been noticed that he has
portrayed the traditional women sincerely at ease in their living conditions.
Key words: mood, modality, adjunct., feminism, interpersonal metafunction.

PSYCHANALYSE DU PERSONNAGE AMOUREUX DANS LE DIABLE AU CORPS DE RAYMOND RADIGUET : RAPPORT DIALECTIQUE ENTRE PASSION ET RAISON

Daniel Yoa Zonh Sonzaï KLAO
danielklao@yahoo.fr
Université Alassane Ouattara, Bouaké (Côte d’ivoire)

Résumé
Cette communication entend interroger le régime de littérarité dans Le diable au corps à
travers la catégorie du personnage littéraire. On se propose à cet effet de s’intéresser à
une psychanalyse de la psychologie des deux personnages autour desquels se construit
essentiellement la trame dans l’œuvre de Raymond Radiguet : le Narrateur et Marthe.
Rappelons que la littérarité définit la norme littéraire. Elle s’intéresse à toutes ces
conditions formelles qui caractérisent le texte littéraire. Et parmi ces conditions formelles,
se trouvent certes la structure d’art du langage mais aussi, les catégories littéraires : le
personnage, l’espace, le temps, l’objet et l’action. L’intérêt porté à cette catégorie littéraire
se justifie par le souci de voir, à réception, comment se construisent l’expérience poétique
et la portée sémantique dans l’écriture du personnage amoureux. Au demeurant, cette
expérience poétique qui s’immergera dans la psychologie du personnage amoureux,
considérera la notion de littérarité comme point d’ancrage fondamental dans l’analyse
des rapports dialectiques entre passion et raison.
Mots clefs : passion, raison, psychanalyse, psychologie, littérarité, personnage littéraire.

Abstract
This communication intends to question the literary regime in Le diable au corps through
the category of the literary character. To this end, we propose to take an interest in a
psychoanalysis of the psychology of the two characters around which the web is
essentially built in the work of Raymond Radiguet: the Narrator and Marthe. Recall that
literarity defines the literary norm. She is interested in all these formal conditions which
characterize the literary text. And among these formal conditions, there is certainly the
art structure of language but also, literary categories: the character, space, time, object
and action. The interest in this literary category is justified by the concern to see, upon
reception, how the poetic experience and the semantic scope are constructed in the
writing of the character in love. Moreover, this poetic experience which will immerse
itself in the psychology of the amorous character, will consider the notion of literarity as a
fundamental anchor in the analysis of the dialectical relationships between passion and
reason.
Keywords: passion, reason, psychoanalysis, psychology, literarity, literary character.

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