O significado espacio-temporal da exclusão em Levantado do Chão de José Saramago
In classical narratology, the analysis of time and space are inseparable. Very often there is a strong correlation between the two. Both parameters are very important when it comes, for example, in some novels to study a phenomenon like social exclusion. This is why, without dissociating them, we have successively studied the ideological significance of space and time in relation to the question of social marginalization in José Saramago's Levantado do Chão (1980). In this register, it should be noted that certain historical eras as well as certain geographical areas are, depending on the case, moments or places conducive to exclusion. It is therefore these connotations of space and time attached to exclusion that we have tried to highlight in this study, in a move back and forth between literary, linguistic, sociological, theoretical instruments, and even architectural and our reference work Levantado do Chão.
Keywords: Space, time, salazarism, exclusion, class struggle.
Auteur(s) : Mahamadou DIAKHITE
Année de publication : 2018
Revue : L'Harmattan Paris
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : DIAKHITE Mahamadou