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Degree Doctor of Philosophy. Abstract My goal in this dissertation has been to undertake a questioning of the writing process as it unfolds in contemporary fiction.
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The methodological steps taken rest on a phenomenological approach applied to Marguerite Yourcenar's novel, L'oeuvre au noir. Through a reading of L'oeuvre au noir I show that the realm of alchemy serves as a metaphor for the writing process. The principles of disintegration solve and reintegration coagula at play in the practice of alchemy point to the "unreality" of phenomenological life while disclosing a "center" which represents the transcendental world. Within the framework of a pseudo-historical narrative, the central character, Zenon, undertakes a journey which leads him through various stages of perception of his own subjectivity.
My argument rests on the assumption that Zenon's personal trials may be viewed as the rendering of an attempt to transcend one's own finitude.
The dissertation is divided into three parts. In the first part the concepts of writing and time come sharply into focus. There I analyze the fundamental duality upon which Marguerite Yourcenar's narrative practice rests. Therefore, through a reading of Cheikh Hamidou Kane's l'Aventure ambigue, the second chapter "witnesses" the making of authenticity as the simultaneous denial and the consciousness of universalism.
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