SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Kateřina. Michel Butor : comment peindre avec les mots (Michel Butor : how to paint with words). In Miroslava Novotná a Colette Gauthier. Europe centrale, carrefour des cultures dans la tradition littéraire II. 1st ed. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, Pedagogická fakulta, 2012. p. 167-174. ISBN 978-80-210-5924-5.
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Original name Michel Butor : comment peindre avec les mots
Name (in English) Michel Butor : how to paint with words
Authors SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Kateřina (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution).
Edition 1. vyd. Brno, Europe centrale, carrefour des cultures dans la tradition littéraire II, p. 167-174, 8 pp. 2012.
Publisher Masarykova univerzita, Pedagogická fakulta
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Original language French
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study Literature, mass media, audio-visual activities
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form printed version "print"
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14640/12:00062327
Organization unit Language Centre
ISBN 978-80-210-5924-5
Keywords in English ekphrasis; aesthetical effect; intermediality; painting; literature
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: Mgr. Kateřina Sedláčková, Ph.D., učo 13169. Changed: 27/2/2013 10:51.
Abstract
Apres avoir quitté le Nouveau Roman, Michel Butor se met sur le chemin d’expérimentation afin d’effacer les frontieres entre la littérature et les arts plastiques, en particulier la peinture. Dans son cycle Illustrations, Butor s’efforce avant tout de transposer l’image au texte en produisant le meme effet esthétique. Il y recourt a l’ekphrais qui devient dans son écriture l’instrument de l’accentuation du signifiant au détriment du signifié en affectant meme le role de lecteur. Le texte devient ainsi une productivité qui crée a l’infini des combinaisons et permutations de sa matrice.
Abstract (in English)
Following his Nouveau roman writings, Michel Butor pursues the way of experiments attempting to blur the boundaries between literary genres and particular art forms. The author aims to transpose images into text and to produce an aequal aesthetic effect, which is noticeable feature of his writing style. Butor's texts are heavy with visual properties at the expense of signification. The basic process is ekphrasis which has consequences that affect all levels of the text and even the status of the reader. To mimic the painting, the text is designed as a productivity which creates an infinite combinations and permutations of the matrix.
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