Iles d Imesli
Volume 8, Numéro 1, Pages 23-32

Lecture De La Dimension Anthropologique De Lwali N Udrar

Auteurs : Salhi Karim .

Résumé

Agzul Tira n wungal tbennu ɣef tmuɣliwin d wafrayen n yiwudam i d-yesnulfuy umeskar. Ama d amaḍal i deg yessidir umeskar iwudam ama d assaɣen yettilin gar-asen, mmalen amek tga tudert deg tmetti. Azeṭṭa n wassaɣen gar tmeddurt tanimant n yal awadem akked tmetti, d yiwen gar yisenfaren n tussniwin izerrwen timetti. Aḍris-agi i d-nura ɣef Lwali n udrar, yemla-d belli Belɛid At-Ɛli yessen ad yani timsal yerzan timetti. Abstract Novel writing is based on subjectivities represented by the characters which are constructed by the author. The universe, in which they are staged, suggests connections between these characters and reveals the functioning rules of the groups they belong to. Isn’t it, precisely, one of the projects of social sciences to link individual biographies with the social universe? The text presented here tries to show how, through Lwali n udrar, Bélaïd Aït Ali was also a social analyst.

Mots clés

Anthropologie, lecture anthropologique, roman, Ecriture romanesque, ethnographie, social