Rhétoriques du trauma: le souvenir et l’oubli dans 'Le ciel de Bay City' de Catherine Mavrikaki

Eva Pich-Pince
Contemporary subjects must construct their own identities while inheriting and assimilating their ancestors’ past. The tragedies of the 20th century have shown humanity what the end of the world could look like. Therefore, the heir lives permanently in a complex position, obsessed with the past and afraid of a future that may be characterised by ecologic and nuclear disasters. In her novels, Catherine Mavrikakis highlights the paradoxes that surround the notion of memory. Her characters...
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