Archive, machine, inheritance, memory and its techniques in 20th and 21st century western literature

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Anne Bourse, “Archive, machine, inheritance, memory and its techniques in 20th and 21st century western literature,” Portail documentaire EnJeu[x], consulté le 19 août 2019, https://collections.enfance-jeunesse.fr/items/show/1374.

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TitreArchive, machine, inheritance, memory and its techniques in 20th and 21st century western literature
CréateurAnne Bourse
Date2009
Languefr
TypeThesis
AuthorAnne Bourse
Type de contenuThesis
Abstract NoteThis thesis seeks to shed light on memory's gestures and machinery in 20th and 21st century western literature. In order to analyze what is at stake in contemporary creation, in the paradoxical era of computerization and mass disappearance, this work studies the way great genealogists (Zola, Nietzsche, Faulkner) push archives along the winding roads of anachronism and oblivion, before addressing the "machinic" dimension of memory. Chris Marker's protean oeuvre and Benjamin's philosophical thought reveal the work of a weaving memory that deepens time's fissure as it stitches up its tears. Thus, memory also acts as a prosthesis that ensures the conservation of data even as it breaks up the chain of transmission, thereby requiring that our reading become an epistemo-critical apparatus. This thesis, operating at the intersection of comparative literature, philosophy and visual arts, examines the novelistic devices of J. G. Ballard, W. G. Sebald, Jacques Roubaud, Hélène Cixous and Ricardo Piglia.
Date2009
Languefr
Num Pages423
TitreArchive, machine, inheritance, memory and its techniques in 20th and 21st century western literature
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