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« Politique de la littérature » : Indigo (1993) de Marina Warner

Authors: Williams-Wanquet, Eileen;

« Politique de la littérature » : Indigo (1993) de Marina Warner

Abstract

Communication à la Journée de recherche du CRLHOI "Texte et politique" en avril 2013 à l'Université de La Réunion; National audience; Indigo (1993) de Marina Warner, qui reprend, à la fois, l'Histoire coloniale anglaise et La Tempête de Shakespeare, illustre bien une des tendances de la littérature britannique des années 1980 et 1990, qui commente le monde à travers la révision de l'idéologie transmise par des « hypotextes » précis. Cet article vise à montrer la manière dont, pour reprendre les termes de Jacques Rancière, « la littérature fait de la politique en tant que littérature ». Ce que Rancière nomme le caractère propre-impropre de la littérature est ce qui lui permet d'avoir une portée politique, en « reconfigurant la carte du sensible ». J'utiliserai les trois temps décrits par Rancière pour éclairer la démarche de Warner : la « police », ou l'ordre établi, dans lequel Warner ancre son histoire de manière réaliste ; « la poli-tique », ou la remise en cause de cet ordre, par l'utilisation de procédés tels que l'ironie, l'inversion de point de vue, ou l'hypertextualité ; « le politique », ou l'appel éthique à un nouvel ordre utopique, par le recours à l'intertextualité, au réalisme magique ou à la symbolique. La réécriture de l'idéologie transmise par l'hypotexte équivaut à une révision de l'hypotexte diffus de la Modernité.

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[SHS.LITT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature, [SHS.LITT]Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature, féminisme, Rancière, politique et littérature

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