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Estereotipos y Cliches by Ruth Amossy

Thus it is the site of an active intertextuality esterektipos for recognition of the model and close atten- tion to its handling when introduced into a new context. The simile makes the cliche literal, that is, it makes it conspicuous and decon- structs it. Cliches are authorized and brought into play in a text by their relationship to social discourse or, strictly speaking, to a system of values.

What this gap involves must be examined. In other words, a reading can thwart textual strategies by organizing its own strategies by selecting and combining a cliche’s potential functions differently.

First published in We can now see how each discursive strategy produces a different reading model. This study makes use, albeit from a different overall perspective oriented around reading, of the findings of a work written in collaboration with Elisheva Rosen: A spiritual suicide foreshadows the actual suicide at the end.

La Production du texte. This type of clicjes has been called a “mimetic” cliche.

It is important at this point to ask some questions about the powers and limits of a program conceived as a set of textual strategies producing reading models.

Les discours du cliche Paris: A close, critical reading of Sue proceeds from a deconstruction and takes account of the reassuring relationship set up between stereotype and the “deja-parle,” the already spoken, or the dominant ideology, exposing its mechanisms and implications.

When Dumarsais and Fontanier take the criterion of frequency into consideration they do so from a different perspective. Books by Ruth Amossy. Want to Read saving….

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Ruth Amossy, The Clich in the Reading Process

Contributes To Representational Illusion An obvious cliche may be attributed to a specific character or milieu. Be the first to ask a question about Estereotipos y Cliches.

She had big bones, a big nose, a big forehead, big bulging esteretoipos, and presented, at first glance, a vague resemblance to those mealy fruits which have long since lost all juice and flavor. Such readings, of course, are possible; they take place- and they have their place. The coherence of the extereotipos is established through its motiva- tion and conformity with pre-established knowledge. Perelman, Chaim and L. To ask other readers questions about Estereotipos y Clichesplease sign up.

Beyond this operation, a different kind of deciphering emerges-one that pays attention to the worn- out figure’s handling in its new context. In no way, however, does it make a prior judg- ment of the cliche’s value. In other words, a single cliche, by definition, can give rise to two contrary attitudes. Les figures du discours, Intro. Of course, we could dispense with Flaubert’s “undecidability” and isolate either the axis of representation as in traditional readingsor the critical axis the so-called “modernist” attitude.

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Madame Grandet is yellow because she almost never leaves her house. Post on Dec 86 views. The following brief typology illustrates the different ways a threadbare figure can direct and order reception. JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range ofcontent in a trusted digital archive.

Rhetorique de la lecture. This text was presented in French, with the title “Le Cliche en proces de lecture,” at the Colloquium on the Poetics of the Reader held at Columbia University, November The reader is trapped in a dizzying movement between construction and deconstruction: The reader is then invited to follow the transformations undergone by the fixed element ‘jaune comme un coing” in the new context. These reading strategies could be formally classified according to whether they operate in terms of a lack the suppression of one or more of the cliche’s func- tionsinversion the activation of a critical consciousness when automatism is called foror even radical heterogeneity.

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The clichejaune comme un coing, “yellow as a quince,” can become the object of a second, non-linear reading by virtue of its relation to a figure mealy fruit that have lost both their flavor and juice retroactively clicges onto the cliche. Nygma Juls added it Jul 07, Functions of the passively registered cliche 1. The Reader in the Text.

Stock figures provided the standard or norm; it would have seemed absurd to relate them to the “pre-constructed” or integrate them into a network of stereotypes Herschberg-Pierrot, Claude Duchet’s definitions from the per- spective of socio-criticismand that relation mediates both text production and deciphering. Functions of the critically perceived cliche 1. In terms of this double reception, the cliche reveals itself as wholly a “reading effect.

This use of two ostensibly incompatible functions of the cliche establishes an irreducible tension which underlies Flaubert’s writ- ing. The cliche no longer has its canonical value. Helps Construct a Representational Illusion Reading constructs the fictional text as a representation Todorov, and produces the illusion of a fictional estefeotipos existing outside of rtuh text.

To this end, the 36 Cliche in the Reading Process discursive element must be perceived to refer directly to “reality,” that is to the conventional idea that the reader has of what is real cf. The expression “blanche comme du linge,” “white as a sheet”stresses the interdependence of the moral and the physical: The ways cliches are activated, or rather, the ways they are used in different reading models by a specific social group or at a particular time depend upon that logic.