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Ainsi Foucher de Chartres (f ca 1127) signale-t-il dans un passage celebre, comme en passant, que bien des Francs de Terre Sainte ont pris femme sur place, ici une syrienne, la une armenienne, parfois meme une sarrasine ayant recu tout de meme la <<grace du bapteme>> (10).
Noticeably, there has been a critical tendency to see Barthes as suppressing or occulting homoerotic desire, both Barthes's own and the text's, in his reading of Sarrasine (D.
Hogle looks to Zizek, Bataille, Lacan, Kristeva, Poizot, Charcot, and Janet for insight into the origins of Le Fantome in psychological and cultural terms and to earlier fictional texts whose Gothic echoes can be felt in Le Fantome, works such as Honore de Balzac's Sarrasine (1830) with a character 'uncannily like Leroux's Erik' (45) and Charles Nodier's 'dream-journey' (59) Smarra, or The Demons of the Night (1821).
For theorists of performance, Le roman du Hem is a gift: not only does it instantiate the performance of medieval narrative in real time, as it were, thus textualising two historicizing moments but the poem's author, Sarrasine, 'does not draw a clear line of demarcation between the past world of Arthur and the present of Le Hem in 1278.
Con estos indicadores, en S/Z (Barthes, 1980) encontre una referencia a Zambinella, el personaje pigmalionico de Sarrasine (cuento de Balzac).
10) For Roland Barthes, Balzac's conventionally lisible novella Sarrasine is actually scriptible in so far as it "represents the very confusion of representation, the unbridled (pandemic) circulation of signs, sexes and fortunes" (216).
Esto es muy similar al planteamiento de Barthes en S/Z cuando propone una lectura de Sarrasine de Balzac a traves del estudio de la connotacion que las "lexias" presentan y en las que separa la breve novela; aquellas unidades no estarian regidas por la linealidad del texto tradicional (global), sino que responden a una suerte de seleccion arbitraria que quebranta las leyes naturales de la textualizacion (1992: 10-12).
Of particular interest to the student of French literature are the sections focusing on such texts as Phedre, Sarrasine, La Maison de rendez-vous, and La Belle Captive.
57) En S/z Barthes abandonara esta postura paradigmatica en relacion con el universo de los discursos para plantear la tesis, a raiz del estudio que realiza de Sarrasine de Balzac, de que cada relato exige su particular modelo de analisis y en lugar de modelos de estructuras, se propone aplicar una dinamica estructurante al relato.
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On the other, and of conspicuous relevance given Farrant's subject, is the particularly famous and famously particular use of the short story Sarrasine which Roland Barthes makes in his essay of 1970, S/Z.
Nonetheless, the effect of the B/V is much the same as the effect that Barthes describes with regard to Balzac's Sarrasine in S/Z.