Naissance de la littérature

Revue de Métaphysique Et de Morale 100 (2):221 - 230 (1995)
Abstract
La notion antique de sublime est apparue comme une préfiguration de notre conception moderne de la littérature. Sa redécouverte par Boileau est étudiée ici comme une contribution paradoxale à l'émergence, dans un contexte essentiellement religieux, de l'autonomie de la chose littéraire. The ancient notion of the Sublime can be seen to prefigure our modern conception of literature. Its rediscovery by Boileau is examined here as a paradoxical contribution to the emergence, in an essentially religious context, of the autonomy of literary writing.
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