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Nepravočasno vnovično pisanje: spomin in samocenzura v Camusevem Prvem človeku
Dunwoodie, Peter (Author), Flis, Leonora (Translator)

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Abstract
Cenzura neizbežno generira podobe represivnih režimov, prohibicije in sankcij. Na ta način vsiljuje sliko avtorja kot figure, ki je transgresivna, heroična in subverzivna; predstavi ga bodisi kot žrtev ali kot malopridneža. Toda cenzura v resnici ne potrebuje vedno zunanjega agenta; ko privzame obliko samocenzure, se pogosto zabrišejo meje med pišočim subjektom in represivnimi mehanizmi in institucijami. Prispevek se bo osredotočil na znani primer samocenzure v pisanju francoskega avtorja Alberta Camusa ter njegovo soočanje z alžirsko vojno za neodvisnost. Raziskali bomo nekatere mehanizme, s katerimi so bile potlačene pritožbe ene skupnosti, da bi utemeljili zahteve druge. Skušali bomo pokazati, da je Camusev Prvi človek političen tekst, ki išče načine, kako bi s pomočjo procesa selektivnega spominjanja ponovno napisal oz. pre-pisal zapuščino francoskega kolonializma v Alžiriji ter tako ustvaril etični temelj za dialoški političen projekt.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:literatura in cenzura, francoska književnost, Alžirija, avtobiografski roman, zgodovinski spomin, samocenzura
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2008
Publisher:Slovensko društvo za primerjalno književnost
Number of pages:Str. 115-124 + 271-281
Numbering:31
UDC:821.133.1.09Camus A.
ISSN on article:0351-1189
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Title:Literatura in cenzura
COBISS.SI-ID:37376354 This link opens in a new window

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Title:Primerjalna književnost
Shortened title:Primer. književ.
Publisher:Slovensko društvo za primerjalno književnost
ISSN:0351-1189
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Untimely rewriting: memory and self-censorship in Camus' Le premier homme
Abstract:
Censorship invariably generates images of repression, prohibition, and sanction, thus positioning the author as a transgressive figure, heroic or subversive, victim or villain. However, censorship does not always require an external agent. Indeed, when it takes the form of self-censorship it frequently blurs the boundaries between the writing subject and the mechanisms and agencies of repression. This paper focuses on a high-profile French example of self-censorship - Albert Camus, and the Algerian war of independence - and explores some of the mechanisms used to silence the grievances of one community in order to ground the claims of another. The central argument is that Le Premier homme is a political text, a process of selective remembering seeking ways of rewriting the history of French colonialism in Algeria and proposing an ethical basis for a dialogic political project.

Keywords:literature and censorship, French literature, Algeria, autobiographical novel, historical memory, self-censorship

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