Étude d’un corpus particulier de perturbation langagière : Les lapsus de Dupond et Dupont dans les «Aventures de Tintin» (Hergé)

Abstract : The corpus formed by the complete text of the police officers Dupond and Dupont (Thomson and Thompson) in the "Adventures of Tintin" by Hergé represents a particularly favorable terrain for the study of language disturbance, especially as regards the slip of the tongue. On the one hand, the quantity and variety of slips produced by both speakers, as well as the narrative function of some of these errors, allow a global linguistic approach (enumeration, classification, description) and a close enunciative approach (stylistic analysis, Semantic interpretation). On the other hand, the phenomena of resumption or echo in relation to the slips, and in particular the low rate of self-correction of errors in the Dupondt discourse, make it possible to better characterize the place and role of these characters in the artwork.
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Jean-Paul Meyer. Étude d’un corpus particulier de perturbation langagière : Les lapsus de Dupond et Dupont dans les «Aventures de Tintin» (Hergé). Béatrice Vaxelaire; Rudolph Sock; Geoges Kleiber; Fabrice Marsac. Perturbations et Réajustements. Langue et Langage, Université Marc-Bloch, pp.297-310, 2007, Publications de l'Université Marc-Bloch, 978-2-35410-001-8. ⟨hal-01512477⟩

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