Ce « sujet à éclipses » qu’on dit démocratiqueFiction collective et mémoire partagée

Abstract : Starting from the example of the Spanish democratic transition, after the death of Franco, this article questions the relevance, for literature, of the definition of the democratic subject as a “fleeting subject” (Jacques Rancière). It presents, trough several precise examples, the way in which the use of memories, in fiction writing based on national and European history, contributes to the democratic sharing of memory and to the elaboration of a collective fiction of public space.
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Emmanuel Bouju. Ce « sujet à éclipses » qu’on dit démocratiqueFiction collective et mémoire partagée. Communications, Editions du Seuil, 2016, Démocratie et littérature. Expériences quotidiennes, espaces publics, régimes politiques / sous la direction de Philippe Roussin et Sebastian Veg,, pp.109-121. ⟨hal-01772297⟩

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