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Title
Airs de flûte, sons de cloche (Henri Bosco) = Flute tunes, bell sounds (Henri Bosco)
Author
Abstract
The works of Henri Bosco (1888-1976) demonstrate a strong feeling for the panic dimension of the world, which also appears as the mirror of the historical backcloth. This feeling finds expression, in the poetics of narratives (L'Ane Culotte (1937), Sylvius (1946)) in the "narrative cell" (Jean Rousset) of the flute playing which charms the snake and which is taken over by the sound of the bell. These variations implicitly draw a fragile redeeming course.
Language
French
Source (journal)
Littérature / Université de Paris 3-Sorbonne nouvelle. Département de littérature française. - Paris, 1971, currens
Publication
Paris : 2015
ISSN
0047-4800 [print]
1958-5926 [online]
Volume/pages
179(2015), p. 98-108
ISI
000362462900007
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UAntwerpen
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Last edited 21.07.2017
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