IMAGO Interculturalité et Didactique
Volume 15, Numéro 1, Pages 10-23
Auteurs : Ait Menguellet Mohammed Salah .
In this article we wonder about the collective memory for which tries to set up Fatéma Bakhaï through romantic trilogy (Izuran, Les Enfants d’Ayye et Au Pas de la sublime porte / In the Step of sublime door) and which establishes the main stake in its text. The romantic trilogy bakhaïenne is a novelty in the French-speaking Algerian literary space: first of all, by the chosen theme, because return also far to the past of Algeria is an unpublished approach; then, by the esthetic choices undertaken by the author just like the appeal to the generic and interdisciplinary interbreeding. To support the illusion of the reality and make possible the faith in a project of unveiling of the truth, Bakhaï is going farther than to mix novel, tale and myth. She gives to read a romantic trilogy where cross literature, History, anthropology and epic breath to propose a founding myth on which the collective memory rests (bases) for which it tries to set up
Text, Collective Memory, Literature, Fiction, History, Anthropology, Epic, Sakes, Interbreeding, Hybridity, Myth, Trilogy.
Ait Amokrane Brahim
Aissa Kolli Khaldia
Ould Telmidi Mohameden