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Le corps et ses images dans l’écriture dramatique contemporaine -Une application du logiciel « Alceste »-

Abstract : In my research I employed a lexical analysis by context invented by Max Reinert and called “Alceste” methodology. This method investigates the authors’ establishment of lexical universes (mondes lexicaux) in the writing of dramatic scripts. In analyzing these lexical universes, we can trace and evaluate diverse representations of the body and note that two major categories appear: one, is a universe concerned with a corps humide (that which is fluid, organic and sensual); the second describes a corps sec (the mechanical body, the dead body, the body as an abstract idea). In this regard, the preoccupation with the body evident in our contemporary culture is also present in contemporary theater. Contrary to an aesthetic of an ideal body (le beau corps), contemporary theater seeks to represent the body in its reality: in the flesh, raw, with its expressions of blood, sweat, tears, hesitation and the daily ambiguities of embodiment.
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Sylvie Roques. Le corps et ses images dans l’écriture dramatique contemporaine -Une application du logiciel « Alceste »-. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université Paris 8, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-03153177⟩

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