Oeuvres et Critiques; 2018, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p69-79, 11p
APHORISMS & apothegms in literature, SENTIMENTALISM in literature, and SENTENCES (Grammar)
The article discusses the collaborative literary works between Colette Fellous and Roland Barthes, focusing on language used in literature, composition of sentences and aphorisms in writing. Topics include exchange of short sentences, use of sentimentalism in writing and poetic exchange between poets.
Bercegol, Fabienne, editor. and Meter, Helmut, editor.
Romance fiction, French -- History and criticism., Sentimentalism in literature., Roman sentimental français -- Histoire et critique., Histoires d'amour françaises -- Histoire et critique., Sentimentalisme dans la littérature., Romance fiction, French., Sentimentala romaner -- historia., Fransk litteratur -- historia., Sentimentalitet i litteraturen., and Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Réach-Ngô, Anne, author. and Réach-Ngô, Anne, author.
French literature -- 16th century -- History and criticism., Publishers and publishing -- France -- History -- 16th century., Editing -- History -- 16th century., Books and reading -- France -- History -- 16th century., Book industries and trade -- France -- History -- 16th century., Sentimentalism in literature., Criticism, interpretation, etc., and History.
"What does it mean to "read a book," and not just to "read a text," and what are the signs, visible and invisible, verbal and non-verbal, which intervene in the interpretative process of readers? In the narratives in vernacular prose printed in the Renaissance, form created meaning: the printing choices established links between texts, the narrative paragraph took the place of linguistic unity, and division into chapters conditioned reading practices. The printing policies of the publisher-booksellers of the Palace thus participated in the birth and promotion of a new genre: the French récit sentimental. The successive editions of the Angoysses douloureuses qui procèdent d'amours, considered the first récit sentimental composed in the French language, invite us even to think that this tale, far from being the work of a single female author (traditionally thought to be Hélisenne de Crenne), is rather the fruit of intertextual manipulations carried out in the workshop of the printers of Janot's circle in order to give birth to a best-seller regarded above all as a printed item responding to the expectations of a new public."--Publisher website.
French literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism., Emotions in literature., Sentimentalism in literature., Emotions -- History -- 18th century., and Sentimentalism -- History -- 18th century.
Women authors, French -- 18th century., Women authors, French -- 19th century., Sentimentalism in literature., Sentimentalism -- France -- History., and French literary studies Female writers 18th-19th centuries