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dc.contributor.advisorProvencher, Denis M.
dc.contributor.authorRebhi, Salma
dc.creatorRebhi, Salma
dc.date.accessioned2020-08-07T18:36:31Z
dc.date.available2020-08-07T18:36:31Z
dc.date.issued2020
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10150/642179
dc.description.abstractCe présent travail explore la perversion sexuelle dans l’œuvre romanesque d’Abdellah Taïa, de Nelly Arcan et de Leila Slimani. En comparant ces trois œuvres, nous prouvons que l’excès dans la perversion sexuelle des personnages clefs des trois romans Infidèles (2012), Putain (2010) et Dans le jardin de l’ogre peut se lire comme la réflexion de l’excès dans la perversion des sociétés dans lesquelles vivent au quotidien ces auteurs. En d’autres termes, nous prouvons que l’homophobie de la loi pénale et la marginalization des personnes gays au Maroc,la putophobie et la misogynie des milieux socio-culturels au Canada, ainsi que la reclusion et l’aliénation des générations issues de l’immigration maghrébines au sein de la France, bien qu’ils soient des formes différentes d’oppression, engendrent dans l’œuvre des trois écrivain.e.s des figures fictives similaires d’un personnage principale qui vit son corps charnel comme corps-souillure qui se révolte contre l’injustice par une rébellion primordialement sexuelle. Cette rébellion est étudiée en tant qu’apanage romanesque pour une transgression créative à travers de laquelle des auteur.e.s expriment leurs malaises devant la perversite des pays où ils vivent et dont les formes de corruptions politiques et sociales normalisent des tares et désagrègent des droits humains essentiels. This work explores the different manifestations of sexual addiction and erotic perversions in Infidels ( 2012) by Abdellah Taïa, Whore (2001) by Nelly Arcan and Adele (2014) by Leila Slimani. By comparing and contrasting these three novels, we prove that the forms of sexopathy experienced by the main characters are reflections of socio-cultural, political and intellectual perverse forms of oppression endured by these authors while living in their home countries. In other words, we prove that the homophobic judicial system and the marginalization of gay people in the Moroccan society, the putophobia and the misogyny of the intellectual and socio-cultural milieux in Canada, as well as the seclusion and the alienation of generations of French citizens from Maghrebi immigrant background, all contribute to the creation of similar fictitious figures whose excessive masochistic sexual addiction is a rebellious answer to the injustice they live on a daily basis because of their gender identity and/or their ethnic origins. This rebellion is studied as a romantic appanage for a creative transgression through which such authors express their rejection of the perversity of their countries where political and social corruptions normalize violence and marginalia essential human rights.
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dc.publisherThe University of Arizona.
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dc.subjectAutobiography
dc.subjectBody studies
dc.subjectFeminism
dc.subjectIdentity
dc.subjectLGBTQ
dc.subjectProstitution
dc.titleDans le Corps du Texte : Le Roman Francophone comme Perversion Libératrice (Lectures dans L'œuvre D'abdellah Taia, Leila Silmani et Nelly Arcan)
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dc.typeElectronic Thesis
thesis.degree.grantorUniversity of Arizona
thesis.degree.levelmasters
dc.contributor.committeememberTaoua, Phyllis
dc.contributor.committeememberMouzet, Aurelia
dc.description.releaseThesis not available (per author's request)
thesis.degree.disciplineGraduate College
thesis.degree.disciplineFrench
thesis.degree.nameM.A.
refterms.dateFOA2020-08-10T19:05:47Z


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