Rachid Boudjedra, Yasmina Khadra
Labed, Fatima Zohra
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Starting from the hypothesis taht there is a repetition/variation examining the xorks of Rachid Boudjedra and Yasmina Khadra a repetitive writing as manfested by the abundance of figures of repetition, by the thematic recurrence, the return of personage ant the return of the places. Our thesis attemts to answer this question : how and way the two authors-practice this dichotomy between repetition and variation ? Spefically, this research has allowed us to define several figures of repetition, to bring out certain effects, to stydy how the recurring themes provide the new text to the other, to analyse the different and similar gobs of return of ceratin personage and certain places in the chosen corpus, and finally, to clarify the differences and similarities of management of creative repetition of these two authors. Theoretical nature, the opening of this work begins with a summary of several inescapable approaches of reptition (Gerard Genet, Marie-Laure Bardèche and Gilles Deleuze), the repetition figures (Madeleine Fréderic) and the origin of the repetition (Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan). Within that same introduction, we also convene other names, to reinforce those approaches. The pratical part is divised into two stages, the first includes two cases : the first is about repetition figures, and the second is about phrasal repetition, the second contains two chapters, one devoted to the thematic recurrence and the other to return of personage and places. However, the dissimilarities ans similarities between the two writes are synthesized in a comparative conclusion. The exam of these restart and these returns reveals that repetition/variation creates the new and participates in the development of the theme, the emergence of language and ideological baldness and poetics of inter, the « déjà-écrit ».