Moliaere and Plurality

Decomposition of the Classicist Self

Larry W. Riggs Taal: Engels

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Jacques Lacan's comments on Le Misanthrope focus on the inauthenticity of any unified discourse (173-75), which is also Molière's concern in that play, though he used different terms. Molière does not subscribe to the myth of the classicist subject, a subject characterized by a theoretically universal - and «universalizable» - ability to produce and consume «true,» impersonal language. The ineluctability of pluralism within the «individual,» as well as among people and sub-cultures, is a fundamental theme of Moliéresque comedy, and is particularly important in the plays studied here. The critical study of discourses which has flourished in recent criticism and theory has not only a legitimate object of study, but also a precursor and ally in Molière.
ISBN
9780820409122
Vorm
Gebonden
Uitgever
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Druk
1e
Verschenen
01-01-1989
Taal
Engels
Pagina's
275 pp.
Genre
Literaire non-fictie
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