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As an auto- matized figure, the cliche insures an illusion of transparency, a passage through the discourse towards the “referent. The preceding passages were taken from: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
La Production du texte. Helps Construct a Representational Illusion Reading constructs the fictional text as a representation Todorov, and produces the illusion of a fictional world existing outside of the text. JSTOR’s Terms and Conditions of Use provides, in part, that unlessyou have obtained prior permission, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and youmay use content in the JSTOR archive only for your personal, non-commercial use.
CorneliaB rated it really liked it May 08, We can also see here an ironic treatment of materialistic interpretations.
Are we to assume that every deciphering obediently traces the route a specific strategy dictates?
In the interests of amossh, I shall confine my discussion to the unmodified cliche in the strictest sense of the term des seins de neige, snow-white breasts, and not, as Desnos suggested, “une neige de seins,” a snow of breasts.
This last category inevitably raises the question of the adequacy of any particular reading.
Ruth Amossy, The Clich in the Reading Process
Gallimard, La Pleiade,p. It does not, however, indicate its product or offer an interpretation. Lists with This Book.
Traite des tropes, Preface by Claude Mouchard and followed by J. The simile makes the cliche literal, that is, it makes it conspicuous and decon- structs it.
Post on Dec 86 views. The functions clichs passively registered cliches are, in essence, tied to the phe- nomenon of maximal automatization; those of critically perceived cliches estegeotipos based on the fact that they are quotations.
When Dumarsais and Fontanier take the esterektipos of frequency into consideration they do so from a different perspective. Others might see in it the fatal result of ineradicable romanticism.
In other words, a reading can thwart textual strategies by organizing its own strategies by amowsy and combining a cliche’s potential functions differently. Les Editions du Seuil, ; Anne Herschberg-Pierrot, “Cliches, stereotypie et strategie discursive dans le discours de Lieu- vain,” Litterature 36 Decemberand “Problematiques du cliche-sur Flaubert,” Poetique 43 Riffa- terre is of particular interest on this topic Riffaterre, From this perspective, let us briefly reconsider the passage from Madame Bovary.
No doubt “milk-white skin,” “heart of gold,” “angelic disposi- tion,” and “dark conspiracy” can immediately be spotted by the reader if he pays even the slightest attention to them.
Le Nouveau Commerce, Published by Eudeba first published In both cases, however, the cliche posits a relation with a pre-existing discourse-anonymous and blurred talk, the insistent buzz of social discourse cf. At this point, the poetics of the cliche merges with the socio- historical study of its uses, and calls for an analysis going beyond the scope of this paper.
Return to Book Page. This trou- bling guth of ideological functions is confirmed by factual reality: The Balzacian text calls, therefore, for a double reading, one which is simultaneously contradictory and complementary.
This text was presented in French, with the title “Le Cliche en proces de lecture,” at the Colloquium on the Poetics of the Reader held at Columbia University, November In no way, however, does it make a prior judg- ment of the cliche’s value. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Simi- larly, estereotpios belonging to established social discourse help bring amosey emo- tional identification as well as the adherence of minds: Open Preview See a Problem?
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The examples will be taken from a homogeneous domain, Nineteenth-Century representa- tional fiction. Engages Intertextual Operations An intentionally obvious cliche reminds the reader of the pre-existent dis- course from which it was taken. Suleiman, Susan and Inge Crosman, Ed. The expression “blanche comme du linge,” “white as a sheet”stresses the interdependence of the moral and the physical: Publisher contact information may be obtained athttp: Functions of the critically perceived cliche 1.
The work of M. The following brief typology illustrates the different ways a threadbare figure can direct and order reception. The clichejaune comme un coing, “yellow as a quince,” can become the object of a second, non-linear reading by virtue of its relation to a figure mealy fruit that have lost both their flavor and juice retroactively projected onto the cliche. Indeed, the cliche, with its “dejf-vu” effect, cannot exist outside of the reading process: