Poésie et effacement énonciatif

Abstract : This paper argues that “enunciative fading out” in poetry has to be considered not as a proof for the existence of unspeakable sentences but as an argumentative strategy. Through an accurate study of subsisting subjective marks in apparently objective poems from Jean Grosjean, Lorand Gaspar and Marcel Migozzi, it first shows that the locutor’s fading out is never complete and gets its meaning from its contrast with more subjective poems in the same book. Then it proposes an analysis of the pragmatic effects of this enunciative fading out : it changes the reader’s understanding of the world referred to in the poem and it involves him in the elaboration of the poem meaning, so that the argumentative dimension of the poem is indirectly reinforced.
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Michèle Monte. Poésie et effacement énonciatif. Semen - Revue de sémio-linguistique des textes et discours, Presses Universitaires de l'Université de Franche Comté (Pufc), 2007, Linguistique et poésie, http://semen.revues.org/. ⟨hal-01142089⟩

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