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|Abstract||What conception of space would be appropriate for the theory and praxis of deconstruction? In this paper we will consider what role space(time) plays in the theorisation of deconstrucion by reviewing the early works of Jacques Derrida's oeuvre, dealing with phenomenology, and also, by analysing the essay Khôra (1987).|
|Reviews||Voyage chez soi — Michel Onfray, Théorie du voyage. Poétique de la géographie. Le Livre de Poche, Paris, 2007, 125 pp. (Radvánszky Anikó)|
|Keywords||literary space, récit, unworking, narrative voice, neuter, exteriority|
|Abstract||Blanchot got closest to seizing the self-reflexivity of the literary work of art in the third piece of the triptych of Èze, a short story entitled Celui qui ne m'accompagnait pas. The central plot of the story is woven around a conversation the narrator is involved in with a mysterious "he", who is the other, unknown part of himself and an anthropomorphic work of art at the same time. The scene of the story gradually becomes an imaginary one, "the literary space" itself, making a possible entrance into the void, the lack of time, where the writingmay be born.|
|Keywords||Albert Gyergyai, André Gide, crisis, novel, modernity|
|Abstract||This paper examines the impact of history on aesthetics discourse that took place from the 1910s to the 1930s in the Hungarian journal Nouvelle Revue Française in the context of the novel as a genre. A primary resource are the writings of Albert Gyergyai in the journal Nyugat, which had been an important publisher of French literature and culture since the 1920s. Through examining Gyergyai's publications and his book A mai francia regény (The modern French novel), as well as the Hungarian reception of Gide (in which Gyergyai's works cited played a partial contributing role), the present study examines the extent to which the French genre-dispute, intimately linked to the quesions of literary modernism, was related to the literary renaissance associated with Nyugat.|
|Keywords||present time, light, passé indéfini, absurd, existentialism|
|Abstract||French prose exerted various influences on the Hungarian writer, Miklós Mészöly. The present study focuses on the impact of Albert Camus. The paper interprets the parallelisms of their world-views apparent in their writings, along the lines of the 'light' motif analysis in The Romanticism of Clarity, an essay by Mészöly on Camus. The light motif guiding the descriptions, based on an accurate perception of the factual world of Mészöly and Camus, does not only shed a light on the possible interpretations of the time concepts the two authors have but also, through the connection of referential representation and ontological/absurd present time, it enables us to gain a deeper insight into the poetics of prose of Mészöly.|