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La Demeninge de Daniel Lawson-Body, une mixture de l’amour Agape et Eros

D Amela

Abstract


Dans son premier roman La Déméninge, Lawson Body nous présente un récit qui a pour toile de fond le sujet complexe de l’amour. Du début à la fin du texte, les protagonistes se dévoilent en train de vivre l’amour sous toutes ses formes, marqué de ruptures, de représailles, de réconciliation, de gel et de dégel. Même si le roman se distingue par la prééminence de l’amour charnel Eros, le caractère érotique justement, qui se laisse voir, n’est qu’un aspect de l’amour sous toutes ses formes de représentation, à savoir, le désir de l’autre, le don de soi, la reconnaissance, le pardon…Toutefois, dans tout cet ensemble, Eros et Agapè se distinguent nettement dans le roman à travers la relation à la fois éblouissante que tumultueuse d’un séminariste, DB…. et d’une nymphe, R…

Mots clés: Amour, Eros, Agapè, sexe, passion, discours

English Title: The Deminge of Daniel Lawson-Body, a mixture of love Agape and Eros

English Abstract

In his first novel The Deméninge, Lawson Body presents a story that has the backdrop of the complex topic of love. From beginning to end of the text, the protagonists are revealed experiencing love in all its forms, marked by ruptures, retaliation, for reconciliation, freezing and thawing. Although the novel is characterized by the rule of carnal love, Eros, the erotic precisely that reveals itself is only one aspect of love in all its forms of representation, namely, the desire of another, the gift of self, gratitude, forgiveness... .However, all in this together, Eros and Agape are clearly distinguished in the novel through the relationship both dazzling as tumultuous a seminarian, DB.... and a Nymph, R...

Keywords: Love, Eros, Agape, sex, passion, speech


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