Nicolas Mathieu entre le restaurant Drouant et la France périphérique
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractSpace is a central factor in Nicolas Mathieu's novels. Notably his last ones Leurs enfants après eux et Connemara present a threefold spatial divide: the little city of peripheral France, the major regional capital and Paris. This divide is presents both through the lense of his fictional texts, but also in the light of the paratext. Whilst some attention is carried to the idea of posture as theorised by Meizoz, we endeavour to show that the paratopie (Maingueneau) of Mathieu is that of a mediator between classes and postions stemming precisely from his position inbetween places.
CitationObergöker, T. (2023). Nicolas Mathieu entre le restaurant Drouant et la France périphérique. Phililogie Im Netz, 31, 148–159.
PublisherFreie Universität Berlin
JournalPhilologie im Netz
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