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L'imaginaire au travail dans l'œuvre romanesque de Julien Green

Abstract : Julien Green’s novels may be analysed through the double prism of psychoanalysis – a movement initiated by Melanie Klein – and of the imaginative sciences, following Gaston Bachelard and Gilbert Durand. This article purports to study how J. Green’s fictional world functions, by analysing some of its imaginative spaces – labyrinths, castles, stairs and windows – as present in two of his novels : Le Visionnaire (1934) and Minuit (1936).
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Myriam Kissel. L'imaginaire au travail dans l'œuvre romanesque de Julien Green. Expressions, Institut universitaire de formation des maîtres (IUFM) Réunion, 2002, pp.97-109. ⟨hal-02406302⟩

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