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The weave of fragmentation (n. 16)

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M. J. Muratore, The weave of fragmentation. Discursive struggle in Novel of Assia Djebar, Sabiha Khemir, Rachida Madani, Collana L’Orizzonte n. 16, Inglese, 2019, 120 pp.

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Il libro

In The weave of fragmentation è dal punto di vista della decostruzione e ricostruzione che prende forma quest’analisi di tre romanzi scritti da tre scrittrici magrebine francesi (Assia Djebar, Sabiha Khemir e Rachida Madani). Le tre scrittrici sono tutte contemporanee, tutte dislocate, tutte culturalmente separate, in un senso o nell’altro, e sono tutte alla ricerca di un trionfo (culturale o testuale) che non sarà o potrà arrivare.

In uno sforzo deliberato e necessario per forgiare un percorso alternativo, si deve risolutamente decodificare queste opere, in modo da situare e sinterizzare in esse i focolai di sofferenza e perdita, distanza e intimità, sé e altro, vittoria e tradimento. In questo stesso processo di esplorazione meta-poetica, i componenti multistrato della lotta discorsiva vengono a definire la trama stessa della frammentazione.

L’autrice

La Professoressa M. J. Muratore, della university of Missouri Curators’ Distinguished Professor, è autrice di numerosi libri, fra cui: The Evolution of the Cornelian Heroine; Cornelian Theater: The Metadramatic Dimension; Mimesis and Metatextuality in the Neo-Classical Text; Expirer au féminin: Narratives of Female Dissolution in the French Neo-Classical Text; Exiles, Outcasts, Strangers: Icons of Marginalization in Post-World War II Narrative; Molière’s Metatextual Maneuvers; Survey of French Literature: Middle Ages through the 18th Century; e Survey of French Literature : 19th and 20th Centuries.

Ha anche diretto, curato e contribuito a diverse raccolte di saggi: Hermeneutics of Textual Madness: Re-Readings/Herméneutique de la folie textuelle: re-lectures (two volumes); e Molière Re-Envisioned. Twenty-First Century Retakes/Renouveau et renouvellement moliéresques. Reprises contemporaines.

Una vasta gamma di articoli accademici appare su riviste internazionali e si concentra su opere francesi, europee e post-coloniali. Fra gli scrittori studiati figurano (ma non sono gli unici): Mme de Lafayette, La Bruyère, Perrault, La Fontaine, Corneille, Racine, Molière, Guilleragues, Scarron, Cyrano de Bergerac, Bernardin de St. Pierre, Balzac, Camus, Genet, Calvino, Machado de Assis, Wright, Wiesel, Sábato, Pineau, Zongo, Naipaul, Djebar.


The book

It is from the vantage point of deconstruction and reconstruction that this analysis of three novels written by three French Maghrebian writers (Assia Djebar, Sabiha Khemir and Rachida Madani) takes shape. The three women writers are all contemporary, all dislocated, all culturally apart, in one sense or another, and are all in quest of a triumph (cultural or textual) that will not and cannot come to be.

In a deliberate and requisite effort to forge an alternate path, one must resolutely, if submissively, de-trope these works, so as to situate and disinter therein the foci of plight and loss, distance and intimacy, self and other, victory and betrayal. In and by this very process of meta-poetic exploration, the multi-layered components of discursive struggle come to define the very weave of fragmentation.

The author

Professor M. J. Muratore, university of Missouri Curators’ Distinguished Professor, is author of numerous book-length studies, among which figure: The Evolution of the Cornelian Heroine; Cornelian Theater: The Metadramatic Dimension; Mimesis and Metatextuality in the Neo-Classical Text; Expirer au féminin: Narratives of Female Dissolution in the French Neo-Classical Text; Exiles, Outcasts, Strangers: Icons of Marginalization in Post-World War II Narrative; Molière’s Metatextual Maneuvers; Survey of French Literature: Middle Ages through the 18th Century; and Survey of French Literature: 19th and 20th Centuries.

She has as well directed, edited and contributed to multiple essay collections: Hermeneutics of Textual Madness: Re-Readings/Herméneutique de la folie textuelle: re-lectures (two volumes); and Molière Re-Envisioned. Twenty-First Century Retakes/Renouveau et renouvellement moliéresques. Reprises contemporaines.

A wide-ranging spectrum of scholarly articles appear in international journals and focus on French, european and post-colonial works. Writers explored include, but are not limited to : Mme de Lafayette, La Bruyère, Perrault, La Fontaine, Corneille, Racine, Molière, Guilleragues, Scarron, Cyrano de Bergerac, Bernardin de St. Pierre, Balzac, Camus, Genet, Calvino, Machado de Assis, Wright, Wiesel, Sábato, Pineau, Zongo, Naipaul, Djebar.

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