Résister c’est créer. La résistance comme possibilité de la littérature : Sartre vs Bataille et Blanchot

Anca Călin

Abstrakt

Resisting is creating. Resistance as literature possibility: Sartre vs Bataille and Blanchot

In this article, resistance is turned into a writing act of rather than a political act. It is about resistance linked to the relation that the author as reader maintains with language. It is by this resistance act that th act of creation comes into being. Here we also draw on the reactions related to the publication of Jean‐Paul Sartre’s work, Qu’est‐ce que la littérature ?, whose principles put back in question the very idea of literature. Here the main focus lies on the criticisms that Maurice Blanchot and Georges Bataille address directly to Sartre. The polemic between these authors bears on the relation between the writer and his writing, as well as on the nature, value and finality of literature.

Słowa kluczowe: resistance, literature, writing, Blanchot, Bataille, Sartre
References

Bataille G., L’Expérience intérieure, Paris, Gallimard, 1978.

Blanchot M., Écrits politiques, 1953‐1993, Paris, Gallimard, 2008.

Blanchot M., L’Espace littéraire, Paris, Gallimard, 1955.

Blanchot M., La Part du feu, Paris, Gallimard, 1949.

Blanchot M., Le Livre à venir, Paris, Gallimard, 1959.

Levinas E., Sur Maurice Blanchot, Saint Clément, Fata Morgana, 1995.

Mallarmé S., OEuvres complètes, Crise de vers, Paris, Gallimard, 1945.

Sartre J.‐P., Qu’est‐ce que la littérature?, Paris, Gallimard, 2010.

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