Intercâmbio : Revue d’Études Françaises=French Studies Journal
Quête identitaire et écriture de filiation dans Dieu est né en exil de Horia Vintila
AbstractHoria Vintila fictionalizes in his novel, Dieu est né en exil, Ovid’s diary, a Latin writer of the 1st century who, exiled from Rome, finds his freedom in Tomes, a town which is now in the Rumanian territory and it is named Constanta. The empiric author, exiled himself too, imagines the last eight years of Ovid’s life that represented a time of waiting, remaking his faith, renouncing of the gods in favor of God, and even more, a time of finding himself. With his novel, Horia Vintila was both included in and excluded from the French society, continuing thus the condition of the exiled writer.
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