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By Tzvetan Todorov

Potocki, Nerval, Gautier, Villiers de l'Isle-Adam : Tzvetan Todorov nous introduit d'abord au plaisir de les relire en nous enseignant à construire les limites d'un style : dans l'hésitation non résolue du lecteur entre le naturalisme de l'étrange et le surnaturel du merveilleux. Puis il nous conduit au repérage de deux grands groupes de récits fantastiques que commandent respectivement le rapport du personnage au monde et son rapport à autrui : ce n'est pas dans un attirail thématique, mais dans un réseau sous-jacent que s'organise le fantastique. Ainsi comprend-on que le fantastique soit du XIXe siècle très précisément.

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