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De l’innutrition à l’anthropophagie, un parcours du comparant à partir de la Défense : la littérature entre singularité et imitation

Abstract : Since É. Faguet, « innutrition » is the word used to refer to the poetic principle of imitation in the Pleiade’s poetry. An archeological inquiry up to Quintilian reveals a large set of metaphors and helps to assess the proper sense in Du Bellay’s text. “Innutrition” thus expresses the link between imitation and mimesis and leads to conceive metaphor as a way for an artist to seize natural Energeia. A look at posterior writers put the light on the ambiguous relationship between any creator and his models.
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Caroline Trotot. De l’innutrition à l’anthropophagie, un parcours du comparant à partir de la Défense : la littérature entre singularité et imitation. Xavier Bonnier et Ariane Ferry. Le retour du comprant. La métaphoreà l'épreuve du temps littéraire, Classiques Garnier, pp.221-236, 2019, 978-2-406-08186-9. ⟨10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-08188-3.p.0221⟩. ⟨hal-02175837⟩

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