Iles d Imesli
Volume 8, Numéro 1, Pages 77-87

Expression De La Subjectivité Et Digressions Dans Deux Textes De Belaïdait-ali

Auteurs : Bouafia-yahiaoui Tassadit .

Résumé

Agzul Ayen i d-ijebbden lwelha-nneɣ deg tmucuha-agi iɣef i d-newwi awal, d asemres n sin n yiferdisen i yuɣen amur ameqqran deg uḍris n BelɛidAt-ɛli. Iferdisen-a d timgeyt d unasir; amsawal yettak-d rray-is d tidmi-s d wayen yettwali mi ara dissawal tamacahut. Ayen i t-id-yesbegginen d asemres n umqim amenzu (nekk) d umatar udmawan (-ɣ). Rnu ɣer-s, amqim (nekkni) d umatar udmawan (n-), i dyemmalen amsawal d yimeɣri. Amsawal mi ara d-yessawal tamacahut-is, sya ɣer da, ad yeffeɣ i uḍris-is, ad d-iger rray-is d wayen yettxemim ɣef yiwudam, neɣ d asegzi ara d-yessegzi kra n temsalt i t-iceɣben. Maca, uqbel ad yeffeɣ seg usiwel n tmacahut yettɛeggin-d i yimeɣri, daɣen mi ara d-yuɣal yeqqar-it-id. Amsawal, yeggar-d imeɣri di tamacahut amzun akken ɣer tama-s i yella. Asemres n yiferdisena, iɛemmed-iten, isemras-iten s lebɣi-s : iwakken ad yessefhem, ad d-yini ayen yettwali deg waṭas n temsal n ddunit, ladɣa di tmetti taqbaylit. Abstract This work is focused on research of some elements of the Belaid Ait-Ali narrative strategy in the two contes: Aubépin "tamacahut n bu yedmimen" and the Ogre "tamacahut n uwaɣzniw". This is to detect two linguistic and literary elements having truffled these writings, namely: the subjectivity and the digression. Both studied are invaded by digression and subjectivity, and this tendency manifests itself in most of his texts. To explain a fact, an event, a reality, or just tell a story and also to involve the reader in the story, he does not hesitate to appeal to the digression and subjectivity. She is conscious, assumed by the narrator. He uses digression advantage to take time to reflect, and to reflect its reader. The digression length is justified: it is to penetrate the hidden arcana of the Kabyle society.

Mots clés

Subjectivité, digression, littérature orale, littérature écrite, stratégie narrative