Reading Nathalie Sarraute: Dialogue and Distance

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INDEX
Arcimboldo, Giuseppe227, 230-1
Arendt, Hannah142 n. 7, 148 n. 16
Aristotle222 n.
art:
and literature 81, 100 n., 140, 143 n. 9, 144 n. 11, 183-4
modes of relating to 4, 79, 141-5, 151 n., 152, 182-6, 189, 195
Romantic criticism of 14 n. 11
see also Arcimboldo, Giuseppe; Courbet, Gustave; Klee, Paul; Picasso, Pablo
Asso, Françoise62 n. 10, 65 n.
Austen, Jane25
autobiography 12, 35-6, 50-1, 55, 64-8, 72, 75 n., 78-9, 91-2, 93
Baker, Ida10 n. 2
Bakhtin, Mikhail16 n. 14, 27, 32, 38-42, 47, 56-7, 58 n., 90 n., 137-8, 175 n., 187 n., 201 n., 232-4 see also polyphony; Voloshinov, Valentin N.
Bally, Charles28 n. 26
Barthes, Roland141 n. 5
Behler, Ernst14 n. 10
Bell, Sheila164 n. 28
Benjamin, Walter14 n. 11, 15, 16, 17 n. 16
Berunussa, Simone19 n. 18, 93, 96
Benveniste, Émile51, 128 n., 136, 154-5 n., 176 n.
Bleich, David210 n.
body 100-11, 104, 110, 115-19, 120, 122-5, 132-4, 149, 151, 162, 173-4 n., 195, 196, 215
Boncenne, Pierre3 n.
'Bonheur de I'homme, Le' 103
Bowie, Malcolm23-4, 180 n.
Brée, Germaine1, 3
Britton, Celia11, 30 n. 29, 53 n., 62 n. 10, 134
castration 6, 22, 121
Cérisy-la-Saffe60
Cerquiglini, Bernard31
Chambers, ROSS25 n., 90, 140-1, 163, 182
characterization:
in fiction 10, 56-7, 89-90, 143 n. 9, 182 n., 183-4, 227
social 101-3, 109-11, 145-6, 148-9, 154-5 n.; see also moi, in Sarraute
Chekhov, Anton68 n. 17, 172-5, 226
Clayton, Alan138 n., 139-40
Cohn, Dorrit28, 29, 3 n. 29, 52, 167
Compagnon, Antoine47 n., 87 n., 161 n.
condensation 18
Constance school189
Courbet, Gustave142, 144, 146 n.
Cranaki, Mimica, and Belaval, Yvon51
cratylism 60 n. 7
'Cretan liar' 95 n.
Culler, Jonathan212-13, 215 n., 218
death 5, 68 n. 17, 77 n. 26, 89 n., 93, 143, 160-2, 172-5, 224-30, 231
de Man, Paul188
Derrida, Jacques23 n., 42-5, 47, 64 n. 13, 137 écriture43, 44 n. 41
Descartes, René28, 30
desire 18-21, 22, 24, 72, 97, 119-23, 172
'Deux Réalités, Les' 54
dialogism, see Bakhtin, Mikhail
dialogue:
as constitutive of truth or meaning 2, 6-7, 13, 17, 42, 44, 68, 72, 86-8, 91, 95, 135-6, 137, 175-6, 221, 231; see also intersubjectivity; irony, epistemological
hidden 175 n.
internal 29-30, 33, 37, 67, 74 n., 93, 94, 127-8, 137, 155, 181, 223, 225
micro- 39
and narration 8, 30, 33-7, 48, 51-5, 64-72, 75-7, 80-92, 126-7, 137
power relations in 3, 14, 41, 58, 139, 147-9, 157, 178, 222-3; see also reading, power relations in
psychoanalytic 3, 16-18, 20-2, 23, 35-7, 65, 68-9, 70-5, 188, 216 n.
in Sarraute's plays 8, 59, 139 n.
textual 1-2, 3-4, 8-9, 12, 29-34, 37, 40-2, 50-1, 67, 74, 86, 88, 137
in theatre generally 8-9, 40 n. , 87, 165
discourse:
direct 27-8, 29-30, 31 n. 31, 67, 84-5,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations viii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Irony, Dialogue, and the Novel 10
  • 2- The Writing Self: Irony And Authority 49
  • 3- The Self and Language: Authenticity and Convention 93
  • 4- Reading and Otherness 137
  • 5- Reading in Theory and Practice 181
  • Conclusion Ici-From Language to Silence And Back 221
  • Bibliography 236
  • Index 255
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