Deuil, « soupçon », réparation : récit de filiation de Vera Feyder

Judyta Zbierska‐Mościcka

Abstrakt

Mourning, “Suspecting”, Repairing. Parentage Story by Vera Feyder

The work of Vera Feyder, a Wallo‐Serbo‐Polish‐Jewish author as she considers herself, has been developing, since its beginnings in 1961, in the feeling of abandonment. The poor childhood of the  author, due to the absence of the father, the poet Maurice Federman who disappeared in the concentration camps, and the mother, Elise who due to lack of resources, had to place her daughter in the sanatoriums or homes for disadvantaged children, exerts a certain influence on the author who during all her lifetime couldn’t recover from this lack, important for her and for her work. The Feyder’s récit de filiation appears at first as a barely disguised autobiography; it is then a projection of nostalgia and rancor, even of hate which is the part of the identity of the author; it is finally getting even with the past, including the historical past.

Słowa kluczowe: filiation, récit, Vera Feyder, mère, père / Récit de filiation, Novel, Mother, Father
References

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Zbierska‐Mościcka J., Lieux de vie, lieux de sens. Le couple lieu‐identité dans le roman belge contemporain, Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 2014.

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