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Pour une caméléopoétique: Keats et Hazlitt

Abstract : This article re-visits the chameleon as figure for poetry according to John Keats, The refusal of egotism (the critique against Wordsworth; the rejection of the peacock, and the chameleonic capacity of negation; the capacity for becoming-other as mode of in-formation; the shift from chameleon to chemistry; and most importantly, Keatsian language as itself given over to chameleonic processes at the level of the letter, the sound, the word: such are the paths explored in this re-reading of Keats' letters and poems.
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Thomas Dutoit. Pour une caméléopoétique: Keats et Hazlitt. Valérie-Angélique Deshoulières. Poétiques de l'indéterminé: le caméléon au propre et au figuré, Presses Universitaires de Clermont Ferrand, pp.89-106, 1998, Littératures, 2-909880-35-4. ⟨hal-01131723⟩



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