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La Peinture Ou Les Lecons Esthetiques Chez Marcel Proust

La Peinture Ou Les Lecons Esthetiques Chez Marcel Proust (Hardback)

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La peinture occupe une place privilegiee dans A la recherche du temps perdu dans la mesure ou elle fonctionne comme metaphore de l'ecriture. La peinture et l'ecriture, toutes les deux creatrices d'images, sont les moyens qui permettent a l'artiste de devoiler l'essence des choses. En integrant la peinture dans son ecriture, Proust propose un equivalent visible de l'ecriture. La peinture fait sortir du livre l'image et la met a la portee du lecteur. Ainsi, grace a la peinture, l'ecriture sort du cadre des mots pour avoir une existence visuelle. Dans La Peinture ou les lecons esthetiques chez Marcel Proust, Yae-Jin Yoo developpe une theorie de la metaphore proustienne a laquelle meneront les analyses de la relation entre la peinture et l'ecriture dans le progres du narrateur en quete de son identite et de son art. Ce livre propose une nouvelle perspective de la peinture chez Proust faisant appel a l'esthetique de la metaphore.

Nee a Seoul, Coree du Sud, Yae-Jin Yoo a fait les etudes de la litterature francaise a Yonsei Universite et a obtenu le Master de traduction et d'interpretation a Hankuk Universite des etudes etrangeres. Apres avoir obtenu le diplome de doctorat a Boston College, Massachusetts, elle enseigne actuellement a Soongsil Universite. Sa recherche porte interet sur la relation entre les differents arts et l'ecriture d'A la recherche du temps perdu de Marcel Proust.

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