L’écriture de la récurrence chez Malek Haddad.
Atoui, Nour El Houda
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Understanding the challenges in the recurrence writing in Malek Haddad’s works leads us to examining the play of self-reflexivity in the writer’s novel. This recurrence writing which is designated as both repetition and difference writing takes over the reflexive strategies and meets the specular model defined by Lucien Dällenbach, how are the different reflects in a work? Does Malek Haddad’s novel succeed in generating mirror on the scale of fiction, characters and the text itself? Our research is moving to the self-reflexive recurrence that the mise en abyme (placing into infinity) would be the best process to learn about. This process of rewriting and recurrence is operated in three dimensions proposed by Dällenbach: fictional, enunciated and textual in order to identify this intertextual phenomenon, at once, self-textual and intratextuel.