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LES LANGUES SONT DES ÊTRES DE FUITE

Éliane Formentelli
Littérature
No. 77, SITUATION DE LA FICTION (FÉVRIER 1990), pp. 72-74
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41713149
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Abstract

Writing, which captures the voice, reveals language as the stuff of elusion — given shape in flight by myths of a palimpsest text — while confining it to a crypt of scrambled meanings.

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