Architecture is undeniably one of the fundamental axes around which the imagery of Julien Green unfolds, whose work is full of houses, castles, rooms, libraries, urban spaces. Through the analysis of three novels (Mont-Cinère, Adrienne Mesurat, Minuit), the article aims to show, through the methodological reference to the Séminaires and the Écrits of Lacan, that the architectural spaces represented assume a transcendent dimension, which realizes the shift from the real spaces to the subjective topology of the characters.
|Title of host publication||L’Architecture du texte, l’architecture dans le texte|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|