L’imaginaire trichologique dans l’œuvre de Julien Green (1924-1930)

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Abstract

Hair and, by extension, hairiness generally occupy an important role in the field of anthropology and ethnology, where they are the subject of many studies. They also find a significant place in the category of the description and more specifically in that of the portrait. In the fictional work of Julien Green the notations on the hair and the hair system of the characters are numerous, participating fully in the constitution of "effet-personnage". This article sets out to examine more closely the relationship they maintain in the author's imaginary by taking into account his first short stories (Christine, Le Voyageur sur la terre, Léviathan (La Traversée inutile), Les Clefs de la mort) and the novels Mont-Cinère, Adrienne Mesurat, Léviathan, L’Autre Sommeil.
Lingua originaleFrench
Titolo della pubblicazione ospitePratiques de l’imaginaire dans l’œuvre de Julien Green
Pagine201-217
Numero di pagine17
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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NomeCOLLECTION VERTIGE DE LA LANGUE

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Madonia, F. P. (2015). L’imaginaire trichologique dans l’œuvre de Julien Green (1924-1930). In Pratiques de l’imaginaire dans l’œuvre de Julien Green (pagg. 201-217). (COLLECTION VERTIGE DE LA LANGUE).