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ÉNONCIATION FICTIONNELLE ET CONSTRUCTIONS RÉFÉRENTIELLES: Réflexions à partir du Bavard de Louis-René Des Forêts
No. 128, L'ancrage énonciatif des récits de fiction (DÉCEMBRE 2000), pp. 113-125
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41558976
Page Count: 13
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Basing our analysis on a text of fiction, Le Bavard by Louis-René Des Forêts, we show that, in fiction, signs of subjectivity like the deictic pronouns or adverbs have a specific enunciative functioning since the referential adjustment system that is compelled in the dialogue, cannot work anymore, the construction of referencial values being fictitious. Relying on the works of E. Benveniste and A. Culioli, we suggest a linguistic analysis of the utterances of these personal and temporal forms in that text to reveal that the formal apparatus of enunciation may make use, in fiction, of the fundamental instability of the referential system.
Langue Française © 2000 Armand Colin