Soutenance de thèse de Sana Abroug
le 23 mai 2016
Quête du passé, quête du sens
- Michel Braud, Professeur, Université pau Pays de l'Adour
- Sylviance Coyault, Professeur, Université Clermond Ferrand 2
- Guy Larroux, Professeur, Université Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès
- Jean-Yves Laurichesse, Professeur, unviersité Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès
Mots-clés : récit, filiation, quête, réminiscence, héritage, déterminismes, liberté, passé reconstruit, passé inventé, sens, espérance.
Thrown into a world that seems without order or coherence, in the story parentage fate of the narrator seems tragically insignificant. Prevented between words and words kill, past struggles to rebuild and life becomes a painful ordeal in the grip of an indecipherable and legacy to wear. The stories of Gwenaëlle Aubry, Michel Del Castillo, Pierre and Pierre Michon Bergounioux raise the same existential question about the heritage and freedom. From these experiences, we do not note that because of the similarities in its limits and in its aspiration to freedom, man can qualify differently. The analysis we have conducted various forms of reminiscences and different resources mobilized for the search for meaning shows that the definition of man depends not only on accidents of individual or collective history. It depends on the force of reason and freedom. We have proposed an analysis that presents a different approach to what is commonly done for Parentage stories, an analysis that is released from the limited reading that takes into account family determinism, sociological, political and historical. Our work raises awareness of testimony both reasoned and passionate about what parentage story. Beyond their differences, the personal stories we studied are joined in the struggle that replaces the first anguish optimism that justifies the being and action.
Key words : story , filiation, quest, reminiscence, heritage, determinism , freedom, past reconstructed , invented past , meaning hope.
- Lieu(x) :
- Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès - Maison de la recherche
Salle D 31