Voyages, mémoire et identité chez Assia Djebar et Salim Bachi.
Lokoraï, Halima Yousra
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The purpose of this research is to demonstrate how Assia Djebar and Salim Bachi use the travel theme in their writings to introduce some sort of a discourse debating the World and the Self. A comparative study will allow us to identify the different representations that the authors make of travelling and what relationship or connection it may have with wandering. We will then determine how the travel discussed in our corpus involves a complex relationship between the Being and the Center. In this perspective, Ulysses, the archetype of the traveller, will be at the heart of the wandering sphere: he is undoubtedly the epitome of the nostalgic man condemned by a delayed return to roam the meanders of the world. We will therefore try to comprehend how the two writers make use of diverse elements for a rich and plural writing that reveals the fragmentary nature of an identity conflicting with a sense of bursting.