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 +ARFAOUI, Saïda, « Penser l’amitié avec Pascal Quignard. De //Petits traités// à //Leçons de solfège et de piano// », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 40-48. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« Since //Petits traités//, there has been an evolution in Quignard’s thought about friendship, which moved from a memory-based to an ontology-based approach. Initially, the concept of virtus plays a significant role in shifting the focus from pathos to ethos in his vision of the friendly link. Through this Roman concept, friendship is, for Quignard, closely related to the original dash of the jadis rather than to the individual memory. Through the etymological relation between philia and physis, friendship reconnects with a pre-Socratic physis that hosts the harmony of the opposites. Unbound by the linear human time, it is also withdrawn from the system of symbolic exchanges so much so that friends, according to the author of Leçons de solfège et de piano, «partag[ent] la position sujet en amont du dialogue». However, the anchoring of friendship in the alogos push of physis leads to an ontological denial and returns back to an otherness, so difficult to conceive that we run up against the question of death while raising that of friendship. That’s why it is more appropriate to include the thought of friendship in the movement of the “search”. Indeed, being held prior to various theorizations,​ Quignard places friendship at the centre of an experience of limits. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6718|ARFAOUI,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +BLANCKEMAN, Bruno, « La folle étude », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 33-39. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« Quignard’s //Petits traités// is a work of and about studies. It is closely linked with the cultural field through what it has to say about literary studies, through the way it defines them with its own specific approach, on the margins of official practices. It is also closely linked with the question of learning, of training, of exercising language, and therefore of thinking, or at least of a certain, speculative,​ form of thinking. Reading this work brings us back to the question of literary studies in general. Petits traités confronts two dominant views of studying, which map onto two different conceptions of education. The first is inherited from childhood; it therefore maintains the elementary cultural violence of school and identifies with a regime of scholarly servitude. The second is a literary practice; it is therefore a free activity, combined with a search for something: exploring a noetic object which, resistant and approachable all at once, requires an attempt at intensively appropriating knowledge and learning. In the context of a body of works that has gained major recognition,​ including in the academic sphere, by an author whose status is now fully established in the current literary world, Petits traités allows us to question the evolution of literary studies themselves. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6714|BLANCKEMAN,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +BLANCKEMAN, Bruno, « La tentation du défaut (sur quelques récits d’enfance) », dans Anne Chevalier et Carole Dornier (dir.), //Le Récit d’enfance et ses modèles. Colloque de Cerisy-la-Salle (27 septembre au 1er octobre 2001)//, Caen, Presses universitaires de Caen, 2003, p. 271-279. +++ Chapitre de collectif
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 +  *[[http://​books.openedition.org/​puc/​10036|BLANCKEMAN,​ 2003, HTML]]
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 +DE HERDT, Irina, « Le rôle du “kairos” dans les //Petits traités// de Pascal Quignard », //​Lendemains//,​ vol. 34, no 136 (2009), p. 19-30. +++ Article de revue
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 +  *[[https://​periodicals.narr.de/​index.php/​Lendemains/​article/​viewFile/​34/​18|DE HERDT, 2009, PDF]]
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 +DEMANZE, Laurent, « L’encyclopédisme inactuel de Pascal Quignard. Lecture renaissante des //Petits traités// », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 68-76. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« Pascal Quignard develops his work against the totalizing ambition of encyclopaedism,​ by tracking the irrational and the wildness in the depths of our culture. However he is also reviving old forms of encyclopaedism,​ especially that of the Renaissance. This article attempts to analyze this inactual approach in Petits traités. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6723|DEMANZE,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +GENETTI S., « Sifiloglogia di Pascal Quignard. Una lettura del //Petit Traité// su Girolamo Fracastoro », //Rivista di Letterature Moderne e Comparate//,​ no 60 (2007), p. 51-74. +++ Article de revue
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 +GORRIS CAMOS, Rosanna, « La passion pour Guy Le Fèvre de La Boderie et la flamme sombre du “Zohar” », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 77-91. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« Set against the background of the frequent references to the French and Italian Renaissance scattered in Petits traités – particularly in tome VI – and spanning from Marot to Scève, from Du Bellay to Montaigne, from Ariosto to Strozzi, this close reading of the text concerning the Norman kabalist erudite and poet Guy Le Fèvre de La Boderie (1541-1598) illustrates many recurrent and intertwining themes and images. The sea or riverside (bridges, vessels and shipwrecks),​ the starlit sky and the color yellow form a highly symbolic hibernal Flemish landscape. Biographical sketches and death scenes, the identification of the author’s life with his work, the solitude and the silent voice of any reader and writer delineate a portrait of the artist. Mystical and philosophical sources and implications of Le Fèvre’s work – especially his orphic voyage Encyclie and his Galliade, both structured in circles – are explained in order to draw a parallel between Quignard’s Petits traités and Le Fèvre’s linguistic dream of reviving the act of creation by reuniting the whole world in a single word. In so far as they are traces and echoes of an originary alphabet, etymology, anagrammatism and toponymy stand out among the means of an obsessive investigation in, and restoration of, the sacred essence of nomination. Defined by the ascensional spirals in his work, Guy’s “passion” is a transcendental quest and, at the same time, an obsessive illusion. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6728|GORRIS CAMOS, 2017, HTML]]
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 +LAPEYRE, Chantal, « //Petits traités// du ravissement. Lire Pascal Quignard avec Marguerite Duras », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 49-57. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« “Ravishing” occurs fairly rarely in Pascal Quignard’s work, but the phenomenon and its related mechanisms are at the heart of the thinking and logic underpinning the //Petits traités//. These “treatises” describe ravishing by language, by the body, by Otherness, but also, more strangely, by reading or writing. They contrast these violent experiences of destitution with sudden absences from the self, sudden dispossession,​ illustrated by the key scene of the songearts villants. In this case, ravishment becomes a fascinating encounter. The Petits traités, which are perhaps a contemporary form of the mystical fable, build up lists of the mechanisms likely to result in an encounter with such terrible and yet also fruitful effects. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6720|LAPEYRE,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +MARCOIN, Francis, « Le lecteur comme copiste et naufragé. Une lecture presque romanesque des //Petits traités// », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 92-98. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« The reader of Pascal Quignard’s work is, we might say, robbed of the faculty of interpretation and reduced to the state of copyist, which is in fact the state that Pascal Quignard also attributes to the author, since it goes hand in hand with a certain desire for all-inclusiveness. This encyclopaedic aspect is boundless and embarks the reader on a sort of odyssey which leads to another figure the writer also associates with the reader, that of the shipwreck victim. Therefore, the act of reading is not related to the notions of invention or originality,​ although the question of origin repeatedly crops up. The act of reading is seen in its most trivial, sensorial and material form, as a gesture and posture of abandonment. In Petits traités, the “romantic” perspective is connected with the author’s fondness for the sordidissima. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6729|MARCOIN,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +PAUTROT, Jean-Louis, « //Petits traités//, thésaurus d’une œuvre », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p.14-23. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« I propose that //Petits traités// be considered the thesaurus of Pascal Quignard’s œuvre, in which the main elements of his style combine into a first original and recognizable expression: a fragmentary form, the appearance of a lexicon that will become inseparable from his works, the affirmation of a theory of literature as rooted in ancient, animal gestures, the intrication of the speculative and the narrative, the exploration of literary and cultural memory, the preoccupation with origins. I show that Petits traités resonates with just about every book that follows, and I argue that the memory thus activated functions in a musical manner in the author and in the reader. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6711|PAUTROT,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 +RABATÉ, Dominique, « Réflexion et aveuglement dans les //Petits traités// », //Studi Francesi//, vol. 61, no 181 (2017), p. 24-32. +++ Article de revue
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 +###« Written in the late 70s, published in 1990, the //Petits traités// invent a new form. They are the peculiar solution that Quignard invents to break out from oral speech and philosophy, to assert the paradoxical muteness of literature. He claims to be a «misologue»,​ but does not repeat the reflexive gesture of the late modernity. On the contrary, he points out to the necessary blind spot of vision and of writing. Denying any possibility of self-reflexivity,​ he favors a tragic speculation about the origin and about the void that gives literature its energy. » (Résumé joint à l’article)
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 +  *[[https://​journals.openedition.org/​studifrancesi/​6713|RABATÉ,​ 2017, HTML]]
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 FARASSE, Gérard, «17 juillet », dans Philippe BONNEFIS et Dolorès LYOTARD (dir.), //Pascal Quignard, figures d'un lettré//, Paris, Galilée, 2005, p. 445-453. +++ Chapitre de collectif FARASSE, Gérard, «17 juillet », dans Philippe BONNEFIS et Dolorès LYOTARD (dir.), //Pascal Quignard, figures d'un lettré//, Paris, Galilée, 2005, p. 445-453. +++ Chapitre de collectif

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