La projection de soi dans l’univers fictionnel d’ Albert Camus
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This doctoral thesis entitled The projection of Oneself in the Fictional Universe of Albert Camus Focuses on the Quest for the Aspects of Self-writing or on Oneself Inherent in Camusian texts: The Stranger, the Plague, the Fall and the First Man. They correspond to the three cycles of his whole work (absurdity, revolt and love), elected on the one hand for their concordance with the author's life and personality, and on the other hand for their relation to the socio-historical context of their time. These texts, insofar as they each have their own status, are used at different levels of receptacle to the personal implications and projections of the writer on his work. The romanesque writings of Camus that we have chosen relate to fictionalization and projection of self operated under the mask of the anonymity anthroponymic that favors the texts of fiction. The projection of self is there present. Did not Jacques Cormery, Rieux, Meursault and Jean Batiste Clamence play the game of a representation in keeping with the different facets of Camus himself, his positions and his personality? The elected Camusian writing processes are at the extreme limit and under intense tension, between fiction and autobiography, in order to resemble this ""genre"", which today is called ""autofiction "".