Volume 10, Numéro 20, Pages 45-58
Auteurs : Boukhelou Fatima .
We propose in the present article a demonstration about the dimension of the weaving symbolic in Le Métier à tisser, the third part of the triptych of Mohammed Dib, published in 1957. In the light of a mythanalytic lecture (Gilbert Durand, Les Structures anthropologiques de l’imaginaire), we will show, at first, the relation between the weavers who work in the underground in such a womb’s cavity which symbolises the preparing Algerian Revolution. At the second hand, we will prove that the presence of the teenager Omar in the cavity is a kind of an orphic diving, through which he would undergo many initial tests at the end of which he would emerge completely transformed, fully conscious of all what awaits him.
Alachaher Benzerdjeb Fazilet