Philosophie Du Roman Personnel De Chateaubriand A Fromentin 1802-1863

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This study gathers 15 fictional confessions, written in the 1st person, from Rene to Dominique (1802-1863), and raises the modern question of truth in fiction. Can an author use fiction, like autobiographical investigation, to know himself? An extensive introduction shows how romantic fictional confession emerged, from great texts, like Obermann or Adolphe, and how minor writers and novelists adopted the pattern. This book also contributes to the history of the novel in the 19th century. What is most interesting in fictional confessions of the romantic period is that they present in the fiction itself a philosophical reflection about fiction, raising the question of the aesthetical means of literary philosophy. French text.